- 2016 Septima Gran Reserva Red Blend 750ML
- $35 est. retail value, 18.87% of bottles
- 2004 Chateau Mouton Rothschild Pauillac Red Bordeaux 750ML
- $595 est. retail value, 0.16% of bottles
For $35, a 1994 Château Angélus St. Émilion Grand Cru, worth $549 OR the 2004 Château Mouton Rothschild Pauillac, worth $595 could be yours!
About this offer
How can 5 little grapes create some of the most fantastic wines in the world?!
That's always been the mystery—and the appeal—of Bordeaux wines! In different configurations of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Petit Verdot, and Malbec, you can get equally stunning, but totally different, wines. Add in terroir, plus a château's house style, and you could fall down the rabbit hole of Bordeaux blends.
With today's 'Impressive Bordeaux Blends' showcase, see what happens when these 5 grapes come together in different bottlings from throughout the world!
For a buy-in of just $35, explore cuvées from Argentina, the Pacific Northwest, Napa Valley, and of course the motherland… Bordeaux! But to really understand why Bordeaux blends reign supreme, you're definitely going to want in on these TWO top upgrades…
1994 Château Angélus St. Émilion Grand Cru, worth $549
2004 Château Mouton Rothschild Pauillac, worth $595!!!
Bordeaux is generally split into two camps: The Left Bank and the Right Bank. They have some big style differences—not to mention classification systems! We thought it would be fun to get TOP wines from both sides for the ultimate top upgrades! Who knows, you could score BOTH when you buy into the offer (and psssst, the more you buy, the greater your chances!)
On the Right, Merlot and Cabernet Franc usually dominate the blends. Wines tend to be plush, more voluptuous, and beautifully aromatic. St Émilion has its own Grand Cru classification system — so of course we brought you the absolute best: Château Angélus, a 1er Grand Cru Classe "A" ranked estate!
The Left Bank is where Cabernet Sauvignon rules! Also here's where all the First Growth chateaux — part of the 1855 Classification System—reside. In fact, Mouton Rothschild was the last one to join, after some hard campaigning for over a century. If you like a meatier, more savory style of Bordeaux, this Bank's for you!
Of course, I'm hoping you saw those vintages(!) Bordeaux's are built to age — so we wanted to make sure you got wines in PRIME form! (you can thank us later!)
So, what we're talking about here are TWO of the world's TOP Bordeaux wines for just $35!!! I mean, WHAT???
I'm not kidding! Either—possibly BOTH—of these wines could be yours for just 35 bucks! (Want to know what I just spent $35 on? Seamless food delivery).
Um, I think $35 for top-end Bordeaux is definitely the better way to go! But, this deal is not going to be here for long. If you want any chance of scoring Bordeaux and Bordeaux blends that will blow your mind, get in on this deal now!
QUICK OFFER RECAP:
Just $35 gets you impressive Bordeaux blends
81% upgrades to pricier bottles
That 1994 Château Angélus St. Émilion Grand Cru, worth $549, and/or the 2004 Château Mouton Rothschild Pauillac, worth $595, 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.