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Click Here to Buy The 94pt Rioja Reserva Crazy Deal 40% OFF

Great Rioja Buy with some age on it. Torre de Ona was forged in 1995, when La Rioja Alta, S.A. led this exciting project with the aim of making an excellent quality wine incorporating all the personality of the best vine plots in the prestigious Rioja Alavesa area. A unique location that they were convinced provided clear potential for making a great modern wine, capable of transmitting – as with the great "chateaux" – the exclusive characteristics of a privileged estate.  Since then, and always focused on the continual improvement in the wine, Torre de Ona has made important changes to the vineyards and winery. But it has been in recent years, more specifically since 2005, that they started to pay very special attention to the different plots that make up the estate, and the separate production and maturing of each sub-plot, evaluating the soil and determining where the best quality grapes grow, only then collecting harvests that meet the quality standards for an important international wine. This is how they made the Torre de Ona, Finca San Martín and Club de Cosecheros (Harvester's Club) wines. Tim Alberdi Redneck Wine Crew

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Click Here To Buy Bouchard Beaune Greves Premier Cru Vigne de l'Enfant Jesus

"The name "Vigne de l'Enfant Jésus" refers to an old story. It is said that Marguerite du Saint Sacrement, the founding carmelite of the "Domestiques de la famille du Saint Enfant Jésus", predicted the birth of the king of France, Louis XIV, although her mother, Anne of Austria, was sterile. On the birth of the future "Roi Soleil", this exceptional vineyard which belonged to the Carmelites, took on the name "Vigne de l'Enfant Jésus". In 1791, when all national property was sold, Bouchard Père & Fils put in a bid for the vineyard, situated in the heart of the 32 hectares of the Beaune Grèves appellation, of which it still has the monopoly today." Guys and Gals, Burgundy pricing is on the rise with the combined factors of past vintages being smaller, demand going up, and the tariffs being lifted, it's not getting easier or cheaper to acquire great Burgundy, but this Redneck sure is doing his best for you. Tim Alberdi Redneck Wine Company

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Click Here to Buy The 95pt Sandhi Sanford & Benedict Chard Plus 93pt Hall Napa Valley Cabernet

The Sandhi Sanford & Benedict Chardonnay has made quite a splash with us here at Redneck. The 2018 boasts 95 points, not an easy thing to do but past that, if you read some of these reviews they are impressive and I dare you not to get thirsty as you read them. It's a great wine, and wows from the first pour especially at $42.97. The Hall Cabernet we all know and love is back, and continues on at Redneck Wine at the lowest price in the country, $39.94. Strong reliable Cabernet is always something to be grabbing deals on, the 2018 Hall Cab is one not to miss. David Werlin Redneck Wine Crew

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Click Here to Buy The 97pt Best of Show Bordeaux $24.97

I read the reviews so we had to pop a cork and find out. Poured the staff a glass without telling them the pricing and the unanimous decision was wow what a deal. Even picky Joe (who doesn't say much) and has the best old-world palate at Redneck was very impressed with a 'WOW that's a great value.' I have to agree, WOW. L’Orme is the second label of the prestigious classified growth, Chateau Rauzan-Gassies, an estate which dates back to the 17th century. It’s a blend of approximately 65% Merlot and 35% Cabernet grown on the sandy gravel soils of the Medoc, just outside Margaux. This is a classic left bank Bordeaux, full-bodied with ripe cassis flavors, notes of violet, vanilla and sandalwood, followed by a firm, dry yet elegant finish. Tim Alberdi Redneck Wine Crew

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Click Here to Buy The 92pt Premier Cru White Burgundy $29.97

Burgundy and bargain are rarely found in the same sentence and for the next few years you will see the prices steadily rise more. The 2020 vintage was short yields and the 2021 was miniscule. We have insider info from our employee, Aleth, who owns some Burgundy vineyards and said their production is way down, and therefore prices are also going up. So grab a Burgundy Bargain while you still can, we love this one. Tim Alberdi Redneck Wine Crew

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