- 2012 Hand of God Wines Fingerprint Series Red Blend MB3 Uco Valley Red Blend 750ML
- $45 est. retail value, 19.67% of bottles
- 2008 Scarecrow Rutherford Cabernet Sauvignon 750ML
- $650 est. retail value, 0.16% of bottles
For just $45 you might snag that 2008 Scarecrow Cabernet Sauvignon worth $650 or another age-worthy red wine!
About this offer
"Let's splurge! Bring us some fresh wine, the freshest you've got. This year's! No more of this old stuff. He doesn't realize he's dealing with sophisticated people here."
LOL, Steve Martin in "The Jerk" gets me every time! (wipes tear)
One of the craziest things about wine is that it's one of the few things in this world that gets better with age!
Think about it. iPhones. Your 8th-grade haircut. Milk.
NONE of those things age well.
But wine! As it rests in the cellar, tannins softens, fruit transforms, and new flavors and aromas start to develop. It's like magic!
And not only does the wine get better, it goes WAY up in value!
With today's 'Age-Worthy Reds,' we've been able to get our hands on bottles that you'll definitely want to lay down! Most already have a couple of years of experience under their belt, but they can also hang out!
But there's a trick: not EVERY wine is meant to age. You need a wine that has great structure, tannins, and acidity. Usually a young wine that's already considered a HIGH-END wine is almost guaranteed to be age-worthy!
So essentially, we're bringing you a collection of luxury wines, regardless of whether you drink them now — or later!
For a buy-in of just $45, score age-worthy wines from the most revered wine regions in the world! Napa, Rioja, Bordeaux, and more!
And just check out our top upgrade…
A 2008 Scarecrow Cabernet Sauvignon, worth $650!
If you want to fully understand how swoon-worthy aged wines are, and why they are so collectible, this Scarecrow is the PERFECT example.
Before there was Scarecrow wine, there were vines. And these vines produced exceptional fruit, which was sold to wineries like Inglenook, Opus One, and more!
See, the owner, J.J. Cohn was a famous Hollywood producer (the Wizard of Oz is probably one of his most well-known films). Grape-growing at his vacation home was just a little favor to his neighbor, John Daniel, Jr., the owner of Inglenook.
But like I said, that was extraordinary fruit!
Cohn never replanted his St. George rootstock when others were grafting onto the supposedly better AxR#1 (spoiler alert: it wasn't). To this day, those St. George old vines still thrive and produce grapes of exceptional depth and concentration!
When Cohn's grandson, Bret Lopez, took over the estate, he began producing wine and bottling it under the newly-formed Scarecrow label. The wines were an immediate hit and quickly became one of Napa's newest cult Cabernets!
These wines were built to age and I bet that 2008 is simply stunning right now!!!
QUICK OFFER RECAP:
Just $45 gets you an age-worthy red
80% upgrades to pricier bottles
That 2008 Scarecrow Cabernet Sauvignon, worth $650, could be yours!
About the bottles
Specific vintages may not be available. If a chosen vintage is no longer available, a comparable vintage of the same wine may be substituted.