- 2018 Resonance Willamette Valley Pinot Noir 750ML
- $35 est. retail value, 9.86% of bottles
- 2014 Domaine de la Romanee Conti Romanee St. Vivant Grand Cru
- $3000 est. retail value, 0.08% of bottles
Just $35 could get you a 2014 DRC Grand Cru worth $3,000, or one of these other valuable Pinot Noir upgrades!
About this offer
Many think Cabernet is a well-traveled grape, but just check out all the places Pinot calls home!
With today’s ‘Around-the-World Pinot Noir,’ we’ve scoped out regions where Pinot became the primo red grape… then gathered the BEST wines together for this incredible showcase!
I’m talking Willamette Valley, Sonoma Coast, Argentina, Burgundy (‘natch), and more!
Of course, if we’re talking Pinot, we need a top upgrade that exemplifies why winemakers for all over the world get excited about this grape…
A 2014 Domaine de la Romanée-Conti, Romanée St. Vivant Grand Cru, worth $3,000!!!
You really can’t have a conversation about Pinot without talking about DRC. As the owner of the most prestigious Grand Cru vineyards in all of Burgundy, there is a reason why DRC is so revered!!! Although it’s all Pinot, each wine is completely unique and distinct— that’s the power of terroir!
Plots are teeny-tiny, so very little wine is produced each vintage. Of course, this only ups the rarity factor—and those super-high prices! DRC is not some uber-trendy wine; demand for this wine goes back centuries. Records even found a bidding war over DRC wines dating back to 1760!
I would try to describe this wine to you, but how do you describe the taste of pure magic?
This is one deal you absolutely cannot miss in out on! If you like Pinot on any level, you will absolutely LOVE this showcase! But you need to hurry, because that DRC is not going to be around for long!
QUICK OFFER RECAP:
Just $35 gets you a Pinot from around the world
90% upgrades to pricier bottles
That 2014 Domaine de la Romanée-Conti, Romanée St. Vivant Grand Cru, worth $3,000, 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.