For just $35 you could score that 2015 Louis Latour Les Quatre Journaux Romanee-Saint-Vivant Grand Cru Burgundy, worth $700, or another high-end Pinot!
About this offer
You’re getting access to a stunning collection of Pinots from around the globe — and all you’ll pay is $35 per bottle for these high-end wines.
Get this: you could score a 2015 Louis Latour Les Quatre Journaux Romanee-Saint-Vivant Grand Cru Burgundy, worth $700!
WHOA! That’s a coveted Grand Cru Pinot from one of the most renowned Burgundy producers of all time.
Along with that renowned Latour, you could also get a 2012 Peter Michael ‘Ma Danseuse’ Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir, worth $450; a 2005 Domaine de la Vougeraie Clos Vougeot Grand Cru, worth $330; a cult Kosta Browne Gap’s Crown Vineyard Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir, worth $160; and more!
This global collection of Pinots is next-level — and something you won’t find anywhere but here.
Buy into this deal now before it sells out!
As I’m sure you know, Latour is one of Burgundy’s most revered producers. Did you know it has the largest holdings of Grand Cru vineyards in all of the region? Yep, the estate owns more acres of Grand Cru vineyards than any other producer.
This Romanée-Saint-Vivant is truly something special — Latour’s holdings date all the way back to 1898. Domaine de la Romanée-Conti (yep, DRC) also produces wines from this spectacular site. I mean, whoa. This is serious Burgundy right here.
Quick offer recap
Just $35 gets you high-end Pinot from around the globe
93% upgrades to pricier bottles
A 2015 Louis Latour Les Quatre Journaux Romanee-Saint-Vivant Grand Cru Burgundy, worth $700, 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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