Silver Oak Alexander Valley for $55/btl with Free Shipping

Saturday, February 16, 2019


Online wine retailer Wine Access has Silver Oak Alexander Valley for $80/btl with free shipping on 2:


Stack it with $50 off $150 Amex Offer running at the moment:

Amex Offer: $50 off $150 at Wine Access [click to enlarge]
So, 2 bottles would be $160 with free shipping. Knock $50 off that with the Amex Offer and that's $110 for 2 bottles. Or $55/btl.

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Save 41.5%+ at Wine.com Today

Thursday, February 14, 2019

A few stackable deals from Wine.com today:

  • 14% cashback through ebates today only (2/14/2019)
  • $20 off $100 with code BEMINE (through 2/17/2019)
  • 15% off Wine.com gift cards at Swych with code DELIVERLUV (read more...)
  • Use your Chase Ink card at Swych and check out with PayPal for 5x Ultimate Rewards
If you're new to ebates here's a referral code for an additional $10 back on your first $25 order.

Stack it all together for big savings.

Unsure what to buy at Wine.com? Here are 10 reliably outstanding go-to wines they carry in most states.




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15% Off Wine.com eGCs through Swych

Monday, February 4, 2019

Mobile-only gift card purveyor Swych is offering 15% off Wine.com gift cards with code: DELIVERLUV

I see the code working on $100 gift cards (but not $200). I'm unsure whether the card can be used more than once per account - Swych codes tend to be limited on the number of times they can be used per account.

A nice thing about Swych is that it tends to code as 5x if you happen to have a Chase Ink credit card and check out with PayPal.

Once you order the gift card you can place an order at Wine.com through a shopping portal (check the best rates at Cashback Monitor) and stack it with Wine.com promo codes. We've seen some $30 off $200s lately for an additional 10% off.

I've been getting shipping paid through their Stewardship program. It's like Amazon Prime for wine for $49/year. It's nice to be able to send a single bottle of wine to someone as a gift (or yourself) for $49/year.

Put it all together and it's a pretty deep discount on Wine.com.

If you're new to Swych you can get $5 off your first order with my referral link:

http://get.goswych.com/?referalCode=Robert298DF3

Thanks in advance if you use my code.

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Exclusive Sojourn Cellars Pinot Noir Offer

Monday, October 22, 2018



The good folks at Sojourn Cellars have put together an exclusive offer for Wellesley Wine Press readers as follows...

3-Pack for $99

  • 1 bottle of each of the following:
  • 2016 Sojourn Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir
  • 2016 Sojourn Russian River Valley Pinot Noir
  • 2016 Sojourn Riddle Vineyard Pinot Noir
  • $20 Flat Shipping

6-Pack for $199 w/Free Shipping

  • 2 bottles of each of the following:
  • 2016 Sojourn Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir
  • 2016 Sojourn Russian River Valley Pinot Noir
  • 2016 Sojourn Riddle Vineyard Pinot Noir
  • Free Shipping

Commentary

I've been blogging about wine here at the Wellesley Wine Press for a decade. In that time I haven't found a more reliably outstanding producer than Sojourn.

I'm particularly pleased with the wines they've chosen for this offer because they represent both their appelation wines that I consider a great value at retail prices of $39-$42. And also one of their single vineyard wines, from Riddle Vineyard, that's a personal favorite at a retail price of $59.

The retail price of the wines in the 3-pack is $140 so at $99 this I think this is a great offer. Especially at ~$33/bottle as part of the 6-pack with free shipping.

Recommendation

Style-wise the Sonoma Coast bottling tends towards more perfumed and nuanced notes than the brawnier Russian River Valley Pinot Noir. Both are tremendous vintage after vintage. I had the 2016 Russian River Valley recently (as part of my regular order with them). It was Outstanding. Totally on point.

I'm particularly excited about the inclusion of the Riddle Vineyard Pinot Noir in this offer. I've loved this bottling in past vintages and the 2016 I had recently was Outstanding verging on Classic. It represents what Sojourn does so well. Classic California Pinot Noir aromas of fresh cut strawberries and briar patch leap from the glass. Amazing depth of flavor but purity of fruit that's hard to find. Laser-beam focus. This is a bottle I'll share with a friend and say "This is exactly what I'm looking for, not just in California Pinot Noir but in wine in general."

If you're interested in checking out what their all about the 3-pack is a good low-risk entry point. But for the Sojourn faithful the 6-pack (with free shipping) is the way to go. And [until they run out] you can order multiple packs.

Bottom Line

I'm thrilled to share this offer with you and I'll be ordering at least two 6-packs myself. Head over to their site if you'd like to learn more and place an order:

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