A little more info on Oriel. I think they are a lot like Cameron Hughes, but not quite as big (yet). They currently have a couple of dozen wines available from $15 to $75. They've been on woot a couple of times, so WD thinks some of their juice is good. They are a winery but they don't grow their own grapes, and their offerings come from all over.
They currently have a Priorat, a CdP, a Gigondas, a Brunello, a Barolo, a couple of Napa Cabs, a couple of Bordeauxs, a Mosel Riesling, and others. A few have major ratings, others don't. Some vintages go back to 2002, so a lot of them are ready to drink now. They claim their prices are a value since they cut out the middleman, but I wouldn't call them cheap.
They also have an "Invite friends, get $30" program, but its through email only, so no link posting here.
I joined BuyWithMe during the original Lot 18 frenzy (still waiting for another Lot18 offer). I was a dunderhead and went ahead and bought this without using hunterjaydog's link above, so if you're moved to action, use his first (I've made it live above). If you haven't joined BuyWithMe, this link may be helpful. If hunterjaydog has his 3 - I'm sure he'll let us know - then please feel free to use this one.
To be clear, Oriel is not Lot18. They have fewer wines, they don't change everyday, and they won't let you use more than 1 voucher (or discount code) per purchase, even if you buy multiples from BuyWithMe.
One last thing, Oriel is doing a Memorial Weekend sale (although it says it ends Friday at 3pm, it still seems to be going on). Use the code "MemorialDay" (no space) to get 30% off reds plus free shipping for orders over $100. I don't know if you can combine it with the BWM discount code you may purchase, but its worth a shot.
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