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Glitter Brunello
12-14-2009, 06:30 PM
I think Luanne likes a nice Pinot.. not cheap, but might make a nice holiday wine...


Original: $44.99
Yesterday's Best Web:
(including cost of shipping*) $29.34
Our Price(Delivered): $22.49
David Bruce Winery
Santa Maria Valley
Bien Nacido Vineyard
Pinot Noir 2004
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***** 50% OFF!! *****

**STEAL THIS GORGEOUS PINOT NOIR!


This vintage is a selection of superb Pinot Noir grapes from the Bien Nacido Vineyards. The wine feels full in the mouth and has appealing texture. It is very persistent in projecting the tertiary notes of fruit, truffles and spices. Decanting and allowing it to aerate will amply reward you. In the glass, it will continue to improve, displaying delicious fruit that becomes sweet, complex an irresistible. The finish is persistent and lingering and the wine evolves gracefully. This Pinot Noir is fully mature, but holding beautifully.

Original: $44.99
Yesterday's Best Web:
(including cost of shipping*) $29.34
Our Price(Delivered): $22.49






UNIT SIZE 750.00 ml
VARIETAL: Pinot Noir
VINTAGE: 2004
COUNTRY: United States
REGION: Bien Nacido
ALCOHOL CONTENT: 14.90 %

David Bruce Winery Santa Maria Valley Bien Nacido Vineyard Pinot Noir 2004


By davidbrucewinery.com
2004 Santa Maria Valley PINOT NOIR

Wine Facts
Alcohol: 14.9%
Barrel Aging: 15 months
Cases Produced: 1,412
Cooperage: American, French and Hungarian
Vineyards: Bien Nacido Vineyard
Release Date: May 1, 2007

Appellation: The Bien Nacido Vineyard has enjoyed a reputation of being a world-renowned Pinot Noir vineyard for many years. The vineyard is planted with Pommard and Mt. Eden clones and is situated high up on one of the many hills that frame the valley. The cooling influences derive mainly fog and wind, and it is this cooling effect that is an important component to producing Pinot Noir.


Bien Nacido Vineyard:
This vintage is a selection of superb Pinot Noir grapes from the Bien Nacido Vineyards. The wine feels full in the mouth and has appealing texture. It is very persistent in projecting the tertiary notes of fruit, truffles and spices. Decanting and allowing it to aerate will amply reward you. In the glass, it will continue to improve, displaying delicious fruit that becomes sweet, complex an irresistible. The finish is persistent and lingering and the wine evolves gracefully. This Pinot Noir is fully mature, but holding beautifully.

Nose: Dark plums, cherries, raspberry, dried figs, tamarind and wild mushrooms. Hints of nutmeg and white pepper.
Palate: Dark plums, dried cherries, black truffles, hints of pecan, cinnamon with a good acid balance. Smooth tannins.
-David Bruce

bigfrank
12-14-2009, 06:36 PM
I just got the email looked quick, Not much of a discount so I passed on it

Luanne
12-14-2009, 06:36 PM
Does that mean you're buying it for me? :biggrin:

Glitter Brunello
12-14-2009, 06:45 PM
I just got the email looked quick, Not much of a discount so I passed on it

You're tough, Frank -- 50% off plus free shipping sounds ok to me. Even with yesterday's web only $7 over, the free shipping goes a long way - I was going to order some Cava yesterday, and the shipping increased the cost per bottle to the point where it didn't seem worth it.


Does that mean you're buying it for me? :biggrin:

Of course, a case!

bigfrank
12-14-2009, 07:38 PM
You're tough, Frank -- 50% off plus free shipping sounds ok to me. Even with yesterday's web only $7 over, the free shipping goes a long way - I was going to order some Cava yesterday, and the shipping increased the cost per bottle to the point where it didn't seem worth it.





I was not looking at the 50% off I was looking at yesterdays best web price, having to buy 4 bottles for a $7 savings per bottle did not do it for me. Now this deal for the same money had me doing cart wheels when I got in on it. http://www.timeshareforums.com/forums/wine-lovers/100545-1995-burgess-cellars-rated-93-23-a.html

T. R. Oglodyte
12-14-2009, 07:46 PM
In a couple of weeks - when family is around for Christmas - I'll start into my great deal - the Torii Mor Deux Verres Pinot Noir, four bottles of which I picked up for half-off on Wine woot.

We had been at the winery one week earlier, and this was on the flight. It was by far our favorite, but at almost $50 per bottle we passed. Then one week later it was on Wine woot!!

I've layed in a few other Wine woots for special occasions, but that one by far is my favorite.

bigfrank
12-14-2009, 08:07 PM
In a couple of weeks - when family is around for Christmas - I'll start into my great deal - the Torii Mor Deux Verres Pinot Noir, four bottles of which I picked up for half-off on Wine woot.

We had been at the winery one week earlier, and this was on the flight. It was by far our favorite, but at almost $50 per bottle we passed. Then one week later it was on Wine woot!!

I've layed in a few other Wine woots for special occasions, but that one by far is my favorite.

I have bought from wine woot but not that much, They sell mostly California wines, I like mostly wines from Italy.

T. R. Oglodyte
12-14-2009, 08:22 PM
I have bought from wine woot but not that much, They sell mostly California wines, I like mostly wines from Italy.
For me when woot sells a western US wine, there's a good chance that I at least know the area and occasionally I am familiar with the winery as well.

Glitter Brunello
12-14-2009, 08:40 PM
I was not looking at the 50% off I was looking at yesterdays best web price, having to buy 4 bottles for a $7 savings per bottle did not do it for me. Now this deal for the same money had me doing cart wheels when I got in on it. http://www.timeshareforums.com/forums/wine-lovers/100545-1995-burgess-cellars-rated-93-23-a.html

Yes, that was a good one, but I missed it...

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