For just $28 you could score that 1996 Opus One worth $420 or another iconic red wine!
About this offer
No need to thank me.
No, seriously, once you get a glimpse of the fantastic red wines we have in today’s collection, I know you’re going to want to extend your gratitude.
But there’s no need! Honestly, to me, there’s nothing more fun than seeking out incredible wines to share with you!
With today’s ‘Fabulous Mixed Reds’ I thought about what wines I was currently excited about.
Lemme tell you, it was a loooonnnngggg list!
But, I knew I wanted a mix of newer wineries (because there’s nothing better than being in-the-know when it comes to the Next Big Thing) and classics with serious cred!
Man, it was tough!
But when you buy into today’s deal for just $28, I know you’re going to be thrilled!!!
I mean, you could score one of THE most ICONIC wines of all time…
…a 1996 Opus One, worth $420!!!
Yes! Just 28 bucks could get you a perfectly aged Opus One — a wine that truly redefined luxury wines!
Opus One was founded by winemaking titans Robert Mondavi and Baron Philippe de Rothschild. It was a winemaking match made in…well, Napa!
Mondavi was largely regarded as a leading Napa winemaker, while Rothschild owned one of the most revered chateau in Bordeaux.
They combined forces with a singular goal — make one perfect wine.
Yep. One. Wine.
Seems crazy — but it worked! No one has garnered more accolades than Opus One!
And yeah, not only is it incredibly expensive, but each vintage is highly allocated — meaning only VIPs are able to get their hands on it.
QUICK OFFER RECAP:
Just $28 gets you a fabulous red wine
88% upgrades to pricier bottles
That 1996 Opus One, worth $420, 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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