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Tomorrow: Single Vineyard Sonoma Pinot Is Only Here Under $25 By The Case!

Update: It was the Moshin 2011 Pinot Noir, Molinari Vineyard, Sonoma! Grab it before it’s gone!

The problem with really great Single Vineyard Pinot these days is that they are generally super expensive. Particularly when they are from some of the best Pinot growing regions in the world… such as Sonoma, CA. Typically only the highest end wineries will release such limited production wines and since the demand is so high, the prices follow suit. Well, have we got a fantastic surprise in store for you!

We were able to locate such a Pinot hailing from a single vineyard in one of the best Sonoma winegrowing regions, and to say that we were extremely impressed upon tasting would be a massive understatement. This wine was made by one of the greatest Pinot producers in the last 2 decades as he has produced some of the highest rated Pinots in the region for Gary Farrell, Davis Bynum, Rochioli and many more wineries of that caliber. His entire portfolio of Pinots is less than 3,000 cases with each of his single vineyard wines making up a small fraction of that production. So when we were able to source this absolutely elegant and stunning Pinot, we took everything we could get our hands on… which unfortunately was not much.

The Good News… This Single Vineyard Sonoma Pinot is going to go on a limited time sale for under $25 a bottle by the case!! The Bad News… A Pinot of this caliber at that price will sell quickly… REALLY quickly. So be sure to look out for our Wine of the Day email promo tomorrow morning to scoop up some of this amazing juice to enjoy now, and some to lay down in the cellar to enjoy over the next several years to come. If you aren’t already subscribed to our emails, you can register here to have great wine deals like this one delivered right to your inbox!


Josh Farrell, Wine Director

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