For $24 you could take home that MAGNUM of 2014 Spottswoode Cabernet Sauvignon worth $450, or another phenomenal Cabernet!
About this offer
How do you like your Cabernet?
Are you a Sauvignon fan, with its dark fruits, spice, and full body?
Or are you into Franc, with its herbaceous qualities and lighter, vibrant texture?
And not just any Cabernet… or Cabernet. We went directly to the source to score you phenomenal bottles that you can't find anywhere else!
Just check out today's top upgrade…
A MAGNUM of 2014 Spottswoode Cabernet Sauvignon, Napa Valley, worth $450!!!
That's right! We tapped our winery buddies to find rare bottles that showcase truly the best of the best of both!
This deal is packed with primo Cabernet of all stripes!
As one of Napa's most historic wineries, Spottswoode has a lock on high-end, premium Cabernet!
The estate has been growing grapes since the 1910s — talk about a legacy!
When Jack and Mary Novak first took over the property in the 1970s, they kept the grape-growing tradition alive, selling to esteemed estates such as Duckhorn and Shafer!
However, Jack's untimely death just a few years after they took ownership spurred Mary to fulfill his dream of making wine — and the Spottswoode label was born.
Talk about an homage — Spottswoode regularly scores 100 points from critics!
This isn't just ANY Cabernet — this is one of the absolute best wines in all of Napa!
No matter which Cabernet turns your head, you definitely don't want to miss this offer!
QUICK OFFER RECAP:
Just $24 gets a seat the Cabernet showdown
83% upgrades to pricier bottles
That MAGNUM of 2014 Spottswoode Cabernet Sauvignon, Napa Valley, worth $450, 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.
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