Thanks to Crazy Andy for pointing this out via tweet but, look! Free shipping off some of the best wines in the world — each rated 90 points or more by Wine Advocate, International Wine Cellar and Wine Spectator. And I’m not just talking expensivo $100 wines. There are actually some bottles for less than $25.
Mas De La Barben Les Sabines 2003 – $24.98
“The dense ruby/purple-tinged 2003 Les Sabines (a blend of 80% Syrah and 20% Grenache) offers up smoky, ripe cassis, melted licorice, chocolate, dried herb, and bacon fat characteristics. Spicy, rich, medium-bodied, and moderately tannic, it should drink well for 5-7 years.”
Bodegas Balcona Partal 1 2001 – $16.98
“The 2001 Partal I is a blend of 60% Monastrell, 15% Syrah, 10% Tempranillo, 10% Cabernet Sauvignon, and 5% Merlot aged 12 months in French oak. Dark ruby-colored, it offers up an excellent nose of forest floor, mushroom, pepper, black currant, and blackberry. Full-bodied, the wine has gobs of fruit, well-concealed ripe tannin, and is seamless on the palate. Enjoy this forward wine over the next 4-6 years.”
Menguante Garnacha Seleccion 2004 – $16.98
“The 2004 Menguante Garnacha Seleccion raises the bar a bit. It spent 8 months in a mixture of used French and American oak. Dark ruby in color, it is a bit more sophisticated than the two previous wines with its complex nose of vanilla, smoke, cedar, red currants and kirsch. It also offers more structure with ripe tannins nicely concealed by generous quantities of red and blue fruits. There is very good concentration and depth through to the pure finish. Give this outstanding wine several years in bottle for further evolution and drink it over the following 6-8 years. Kudos to the Pablo family!”
But place your orders now as this offer expires tomorrow at 11am.