Lot18 is featured on Ruelala today. 6 wines that Lot18 picked for you (I copied and pasted it below) for $59.00 I believe Lot18 will charge you $10 for shipping, not sure since all you are buying from Ruelala is a voucher.
SIP SIX FLAVORFUL WINES FROM DISTINCT REGIONS.
For a sampling of the world’s finest wines, look no further than this half case of expertly curated bottles. From rich to vibrant flavors, you’ll be sure to find one (or six) you love.
This half case includes:
2010 Il Gheppio Umbria Pinot Grigio. Deep in flavor, rich in texture, and accessible in price.
2010 Chateau Tour Chapoux Bordeaux. Black cherry and blackberry aromas dominate, with undercurrents of vanilla and sandalwood.
2009 Stickybeak Russian River Chardonnay. Fresh and sweet orchard-apple taste.
2010 Fortuna Paso Robles Cabernet Sauvignon. Features an intriguing, earthy, spicy, tobacco thread running through it.
2009 Vinum Cellars California Petite Sirah. Offers mixed berry pie-filling flavors.
2010 Jacques Delatour Cotes du Rhone. Juicy and vibrant bouquet of cherry and plum with crushed flowers, dried herbs, and worn leather.
Validity: October 29, 2012 – January 25, 2013, unless prohibited by law. Must be 21 years of age or older to purchase or redeem this voucher. Applicable shipping ($9.99) and taxes will be collected upon voucher redemption. Offer only valid for shipment to following states: Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, District of Columbia, Florida, Idaho, Illinois, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Oregon, South Carolina, Tennessee, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming. Valid for first time Lot18 members only and not redeemable by existing Lot18 members. Limited to one offer per person. Offers are not transferable.
I am not going in on this, but maybe one of you guys would like it.
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