Thursday, May 23, 2013
I've been on the hunt for an assortment of interesting, affordable, late spring/early summer wines. The weather the past few weeks in the Boston area is starting to show signs of summer and I'm looking for wines to match the season. I'm looking for luscious, juicy, light and flavorful reds. And fruity rosés balanced with crisp acidity.
Both offers include free shipping to addresses east of the Mississippi. Shipping is also free across the US on 12 bottles or more.
I like deals that stack.
The Memorial Day sampler included just one red wine, and I've got enough whites clogging up the works around here. But if your tastes this time of year include whites, sparklers, and rosés it sounds like a great way to get to know Ansonia's selections.
I went for the following to round out a mixed case:
2x Point du Jour Chiroubles 2010 for $15.00 each
2x Prunier Côte de Beaune-Villages for $24.00 each
2x Mure Pinot Noir 12 for $19.00 each
2x Houchart Rosé 2011 for $17.00 each
2x Muré Rosé 2012 for $15.00 each
2x Sincérité Rosé 2012 for $12.00 each
Visit this page for a list of their summer wines.
Here was my total:
Discounts : $-40.80 USD
Subtotal : $163.20 USD
Shipping : $0.00 USD
Total : $163.20 USD
For more info on how they operate here's a post I wrote about them earlier this year.
Head on over and place you're order if these wines sounds like they're up your alley!
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