- 2017 Blue Rock Vineyards Baby Blue Alexander Valley Red Bordeaux 750ML
- $28 est. retail value, 7.45% of bottles
- 2005 Grgich Hills Estate Cabernet Sauvignon 1500ML
- $600 est. retail value, 0.12% of bottles
For just $28 you could own history with A MAGNUM of 2005 Grgich Hills Yountville Selection Cabernet Sauvignon, worth $600!
About this offer
California’s wine scene is constantly evolving, and today we’re taking a look at wineries that currently have us enraptured!
I’m talking Longboard Cellars, where surfer-turned-winemaker Oded Shakked is making some bangin’ Merlot in Sonoma.
Or former chef Orion Stang’s incredible and zany blends at dilécta from Paso Robles.
There’s also LaRue wines, the personal Chardonnay and Pinot Noir project of Katy Wilson, who also makes wines for Anaba Wines, Reeve Wines, and Smith Story Wine Cellars.
Point is, for a buy-in of just $28, you could get your hands on the labels that currently have us infatuated in today’s ‘Rapturous Reds Featuring Grgich Hills!’
Of course, to understand all the awesomeness that’s going on, you need to taste the wines that laid the foundation for all these fab quaffers. Which is why we’re doubling down our top upgrades this AM and PM with wines from an estate which literally wrote the history books….Grgich Hills!
That’s right! This morning’s top upgrade is none other than….
A MAGNUM of 2005 Grgich Hills Yountville Selection Cabernet Sauvignon, worth $600!
Mike Grgich was the man behind the award-winning Chateau Montelena Chardonnay at the Judgement of Paris in 1976! His way with wine put California on the map and elevated him to superstar status!
Once he was ready to strike out on his own, he connected with the family behind Hills Bros. Coffee, and a Grgich Hills was born!
The wines are as revered today as they were when the winery first launched!
This particular wine comes from some of the oldest Cabernet vines in all of Napa, which were planted in 1959! The fruit is super-concentrated and complex, and creates an age-worthy wine that’s just going to evolve…and evolve…and evolve!
This wine was given 96 points and noted as ‘early’ by Robert Parker, meaning it had nowhere reached its full potential when it was first tasted!
QUICK OFFER RECAP:
Just $28 gets you a rapturous red wine
93% upgrades to pricier bottles
That MAGNUM of 2005 Grgich Hills Yountville Selection Cabernet Sauvignon, worth $600, 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.