- 2014 LaRue Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir 750ML
- $70 est. retail value, 14.88% of bottles
- 2017 Olivier Bernstein Mazis Chambertin Grand Cru Cote de Nuits Pinot Noir 750ML
- $800 est. retail value, 0.15% of bottles
How does A MAGNUM of '13 Ken Wright Cellars Pinot Noir, worth $185, sound? How about a MAGNUM of '13 Sea Smoke Pinot Noir worth $250? Or A '17 Olivier Bernstein Mazis Chambertin Grand Cru, worth $800? For just $70, they could be yours!
About this offer
If you’re as infatuated with Pinot as we are, then you might think this collection was custom-built for you! (In fact, it was! Love ya!)
With today’s ‘Positively Spectacular Pinots,’ we’ve gathered incredible examples from the best winemakers in the best regions for Pinot!
For a buy-in of just $70, score a beautifully aromatic wine from LaRue Wines from Sonoma Coast. Winemaker Katy Wilson knows Pinot and not only produces LaRue (her personal passion project) but she heads up winemaking at other Pinot houses like Anaba and Smith Story Wine Cellars.
From there, do a deep dive into the other sub-appellations of Sonoma, such as the newly-formed Petaluma Gap or far-west Fort Ross-Seaview! We’ve also got stunning examples from Willamette Valley, considered the Burgundy of the New World!
Because we’re such proponents of Pinot, and are continually BLOWN away by the range of style, we kinda felt that we needed to do not one, not two, but THREE incredible top upgrades…
A MAGNUM of 2013 Ken Wright Cellars Canary Hill Vineyard, Eola-Amity Hills Pinot Noir, worth $185
A MAGNUM of 2013 Sea Smoke ‘Southing’ Pinot Noir, Sta Rita Hills, worth $250
A 2017 Olivier Bernstein Mazis Chambertin Grand Cru, worth $800!
Let’s quickly break these down:
Ken Wright focuses on single-vineyard bottlings of Pinot Noir, and the Canary Hill Vineyard, with its volcanic soils, is a total triumph of fruit-forward deliciousness, along with a flinty, savory notes that keeps you coming back for more!
Sea Smoke’s ‘Southing’ comes from estate vineyards in the Sta Rita Hills. The cooling ocean influence creates incredible tension and balance in this aromatic, vibrant Pinot.
And finally, the Olivier Bernstein Grand Cru! Although Bernstein primarily operates as a negociant and partners with growers, he was presented with the ultra-rare opportunity to purchase the Mazis-Chambertin plot. This Grand Cru Pinot Noir comes from those super-complex soils Burgundy is known for, and let me tell you, this wine is gonna age!!!
QUICK OFFER RECAP:
Just $70 gets you a positively spectacular Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir
85% upgrades to pricier bottles
Top upgrades worth $185, $250, or $800 could totally 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.