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Sometimes called the King of Red Wine Grapes, Cabernet Sauvignon is the world’s most widely recognized and sought after red wine. Originating in France’s Bordeaux region, Cabernet Sauvignon is now grown in predominantly warm climates around the globe, from Chile to California to Australia to South Africa. Cabernet Sauvignon wines, or Cabs, are usually aged 5-10 years to reach maturation and often blended with other grapes.

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You won’t find a bad wine coming out of the Bodega Norton winery. In fact, they are one of the top wineries in Argentina. They are mainly known for their Malbec’s, but today’s deal on the 2009 Bodega Norton Cabernet Sauvignon Reserva is going to be a real head turner.

I’m not sure what the story is, but I got a price reduction on the remaining cases of the 2009 Norton Cabernet. Why was I so lucky? I have no idea, but I’m not looking a gift horse in the mouth. As I said before, everything out of Norton is exceptional and this Cabernet is no different. It has complex aromas of ripe red fruits and mint, with dark chocolate notes. Highly concentrated on the palate with round, ripe tannins and a long, spicy finish. Sounds delicious to me. This wine normally retails for $13-$18/bottle, but my price is $9.99/bottle. This is the kind of wine you buy a case of and make it you’re everyday “go-to” wine, especially at this price. This is one of the best deals I’ve gotten in a long time! Seriously folks, you really want to stock up on this offer.

All alcohol shipped to NJ is subject to 7% NJ sales tax. We reserve the right to limit quantities while supply lasts. Prices effective for a limited time. Prices in this ad are set by Shoppers Vineyard, Clifton, New Jersey ©2012

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I’m not going to bore you with specifics, but Knight’s Valley is best known for producing great Cabernets. Unfortunately, a lot of the really good wines from this area range in price from $25-$30/bottle. Not cheap, but I’m about to smash that with today’s deal.

The 2010 Michael Pozzan Cabernet Sauvignon Knight’s Valley is sourced from one of the top wineries in the area. Under normal circumstances I would tell you the winery, but the distributors’ owner has always been good to me and I don’t want to cause him any more problems. I accidentally caused some agita with a Chianti of theirs and I still feel bad about it. Regardless, I’m sitting with a few too many cases and want to move some through the system. Normally selling for $15/bottle, which is already a SCORE, I’m going to put it on sale for $11/bottle. I can promise you won’t find another Knight’s Valley with this quality for this price. You’re basically drinking a $30/bottle Cabernet for $11/bottle. Actually, there’s nothing “basically’ about it. You ARE drinking a $30/bottle Cabernet for $11/bottle.

All alcohol shipped to NJ is subject to 7% NJ sales tax. We reserve the right to limit quantities while supply lasts. Prices effective for a limited time. Prices in this ad are set by Shoppers Vineyard, Clifton, New Jersey ©2012

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I’m going to put the 2008 Cakebread Cabernet Sauvignon Vine Hill Ranch on sale for $79.99/bottle. I have no idea why I’m doing this. Cakebread is REALLY hard to get and this is an idiotic price. I just wrote this email and I haven’t had a chance to confirm availability with my distributor. I know that sounds like a “hard sell”, but it’s not. I called my salesman and I’m waiting to hear back from him, so in the meantime I’m just selling what I currently have in stock.

All alcohol shipped to NJ is subject to 7% NJ sales tax. We reserve the right to limit quantities while supply lasts. Prices effective for a limited time. Prices in this ad are set by Shoppers Vineyard, Clifton, New Jersey ©2012

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This is it, folks. We just processed all our orders and gave everyone enough time to pick up their orders. Now that’s it’s all said and done, we still have some remaining cases of the 2010 Cameron Hughes Cabernet Sauvignon Lot 404 Stags Leap District Napa Valley. If you missed out the first time or wished you bought more, now is your second chance. They are still on sale for $24.99/bottle and I’m assuming they will be gone by the end of the day. Here’s the a link to the original email.

All alcohol shipped to NJ is subject to 7% NJ sales tax. We reserve the right to limit quantities while supply lasts. Prices effective for a limited time. Prices in this ad are set by Shoppers Vineyard, Clifton, New Jersey ©2012

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I’m going to keep this short and sweet. I have a small allocation of the 2008 Antinori Antica Cabernet Sauvignon Napa Valley that I want to move through the system. Normal retailing for $60/bottle, I’m going to close it out for $25/bottle, which is a 59% discount. This price will not be matched.

I’m not allowed to feature this price online, so the price on our website will automatically discount during check-out.

All alcohol shipped to NJ is subject to 7% NJ sales tax. We reserve the right to limit quantities while supply lasts. Prices effective for a limited time. Prices in this ad are set by Shoppers Vineyard, Clifton, New Jersey ©2012

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****INTERNET ONLY PROMOTION****

Today’s feature is on the 2009 Vineyard 29 Cru Cabernet Sauvignon Napa Valley, which the Wine Advocate rated 93pts. They also have some very “high-end” Cabernet’s that sell for over $200/bottle, but I say that just for informational purposes. Like many wineries out there today, they only want their wines featured at certain prices. If a retailer should go below that price, it will result in many unhappy phone calls. This particular winery doesn’t want this particular wine showing up online for less than $49.99/bottle. Ok, I can do that. However, when you order this wine, online only, the price will automatically discount to $37.99/bottle. Is this a loophole? Yes. Will it be discovered? Probably. My answer? “It’s showing up online for $49.99/bottle, which is what you want.” I’m excited to see what happens. Either way, we have been selling a lot of this wine without promoting it. I can only imagine how the sales will spike.

All alcohol shipped to NJ is subject to 7% NJ sales tax. We reserve the right to limit quantities while supply lasts. Prices effective for a limited time. Prices in this ad are set by Shoppers Vineyard, Clifton, New Jersey ©2012

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