For $100 you could score that DOUBLE MAGNUM of 2015 Opus One, worth $2,500, or another investor-ready red wine!
About this offer
Right now you’re getting unprecedented access to an entire collection of luxurious Cabs and Cab-based blends, including a shot at an unbelievable DOUBLE MAGNUM of 2015 Opus One, worth $2,500!!!
Opus One is legendary, and a gigantic 3 Liter bottle of this cult wine is almost never seen on the open market.
But right now it could be yours when you buy a high-end Cabernet for just $100. Don’t miss out — buy into this collection before it sells out!
And that’s just the beginning. Because if I’m going to name something an investor-level Cabernet or blend, that means I really need to deliver with multiple extraordinary bottles, right? That’s why you might also score a $900 MAGNUM of Realm ‘Moonracer’; $325 Sarah Francis 'Beckstoffer George III Vineyard’ Rutherford Cabernet; plus a MAG of Raymond, Caymus Special Selection, Faust, and more.
Consider those just a sampling of the amazing investment-level bottles you might score. Imagine creating a cellar worth thousands of dollars… and knowing you only paid $100 a bottle for wines worth exponentially more. And as high-end bottles like these age, they continue to increase in value.
Seriously, you can’t miss this opportunity! And you definitely don’t want to miss out on a DOUBLE MAGNUM of cult Opus One, one of Napa’s most lauded Bordeaux-inspired blends. With a long string of high scores to its name, Opus One is a true collector wine.
Quick offer recap
Just $100 gets you a luxury Cabernet of Cab-based blend
94% upgrades to pricier bottles
A DOUBLE MAGNUM of 2015 Opus One, worth $2,500, 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.
with Underground Cellar
“Underground Cellar is an exciting new way to discover, buy, and store limited-edition wines.”
“I have added tons of rare bottles to my collection. $36 turned into a highly sought out Petrus after the click of a button.”