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“I was blown away by the combination of opulence and classicism present in this 2003 Riserva.” Antonio Galloni of Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate-95 points!!!

Tenuta Il Poggione has been cranking out BENCHMARK Brunello di Montalcino since the late 1800’s with exquisiteaging potential. Today’s feature is Il Poggione’s Riserva Brunello di Montalcino Vigna Paganelli produced from the finest fruit on Poggione’s oldest vineyard, “I Paganelli” and aged for 4 years in French Oak, much longer than with Poggione’s entry-level Brunello.

Upon release, this wine was priced at $90-100/bottle, and rightly so-Wine Spectator DID give this 95 points, after all. Today’s Phenomenal Deal brings this wine to you @ my wholesale cost, $64.09!!! You need to act fast on this one-I only have 14 six-packs left of this Unbelievable Brunello, so do not hesitate — just in time for the holidays!!! Cheers!
Buy it Now: $64.09!

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My distributor gave me a close-out on Kubler Absinthe and I’m passing along the savings. Normally $45/bottle, I’m closing it out for $11.99/bottle, which is a 74% discount. Supply is limited, so order quickly.

Buy it Now: $11.99!

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I would say my best selling bourbon of this year was Jefferson Presidential Select 17yr Bourbon. The blockbuster sales were based on the 96pt score from the Malt Advocate and the fact that the barrels were from one of the last years Stitzel-Weller produced whiskey. The original release price was $90/bottle, but in August we got a special price on my distributors remaining cases and put them on sale for $64.99/bottle. I was told this was the last of the cases and no more would be available. They sold quickly.

Well, never say never because I just got more cases. How does this happen? It’s a very simple explanation. Another State, I’m not sure which one, didn’t do a very good job of selling their allocation of Jefferson 17yr. As a result, the company that owns Jefferson, Castle Brands, sent the cases to a market that is sure to sell it. That State would be New Jersey and a little more specifically, Shoppers Vineyard. So, once again, I’m going to be putting these remaining cases on sale for $64.99/bottle. This is definitely a collectors item, folks. I had a lot of customers who missed out on the original promotion, so now you get a second chance. Make it count.

Please take a moment to check out my:
NEW Video Report on Jefferson Presidential Select 17yr

Buy it Now: $64.99!

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This just hit Wine Spectator last night – I have 28 cases on the floor at the best price in the nation$7.95/bottle!!!

Please don’t hesitate-this is a Year ‘Round Perennial Best Buy!!!

2009 Coopers Creek Sauvignon Blanc, Marlborough, New Zealand

Release Price: $17

Country: New Zealand

Region: New Zealand

Issue: Dec 31, 2010

Softly juicy, with an elegant display of ripe pear, nectarine and citrus flavors. Features a terrific texture, and the intensity kicks in on the detailed finish. Drink now.-WINE SPECTATOR 90 Points!!!

Buy it Now: $7.95!

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I don’t usually run deals on gin UNLESS I get a KILLER deal. Obviously, I got one. Right Gin got a “B” rating from Drinkhacker.com and has a retail price of $40/bottle. I got a close-out on my distributors remaining cases, which will allow me to offer this gin to you for $9.99/bottle. That’s a 75% discount. Believe me, you won’t find a better deal on a gin. Only 12 cases are available, so order quickly.

Buy it Now: $9.99!

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When a product is “HOT” you can pretty much forget about getting a special deal from the distributors. In the back of my mind, it makes sense. Why should they give a retailer a better deal when the product is flying out the door? Of course, as a retailer, I don’t want to hear that. But just as quickly as a product takes off is just as fast as it can slow down. When that happens, believe me when I say distributors are looking to make special deals. That’s exactly what happened with Johnnie Walker Blue King George V Scotch Whisky.

JW King George V was released in 2007 and, despite the price, it was flying off the shelf. It was at this point that I asked my distributor for a better price. Long story short, they gave me the proverbial “middle finger”. Well, three years later and the attitude has changed. King George V sales have slipped and now my distributor wants to make a deal! I smelled blood in the water and attacked. So, until further notice, I’m going to put King George V on sale for my wholesale cost of $351/bottle and I’m going to offer free ground shipping on it. This is your perfect opportunity to take advantage of this special offer.

Please take a moment to check out my:
Video Report on JW Blue King George V

Buy it Now: $351.00!

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I just learned that famed Portugese Winery Quinta de la Rosa‘s owner/winemaker Sophia Berqqvist was named WINEMAKER OF THE YEAR by Portugal’s Revista dos Vinos! Add to that the 95 POINT RATING awarded by Wine & Spirits Magazine to her 2007 Quinta de la Rosa’s Passagem, a Red Wine Powerhouse from Sophia’s family vineyard, and you’ve got the making of a “DON’T LET THIS DEAL GET AWAY” kinda deal!!!

I tasted this wine, was BLOWN AWAY, and made a MONGO DEAL on the last 25 cases of their LEGENDARY 2007 Vintage! Regularly selling for $31.99, I am slashing 38% off this price, bringing it all the way down to $19.99/bottle!!! It’s true-you CAN experience a 95 point wine that drinks like it’s $50, but cost you less than $20!!! Cheers!

Watch my Video Report on 2007 Quinta de la Rosa Passagem

Buy Now! Vineyard Price: $19.99!

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