Here at Reverse Wine Snob® we’re always looking for innovative ways to pay less for wines that we love — almost as important as finding great wines is finding the best prices! Retailer markups can make a huge difference in which wines fall below our $20 level and which don’t. This is exactly why we’re happy to introduce to you a brand new option in today’s special sponsored post from Winecrasher.com.
Based on the same idea behind travel websites Hotwire® and Priceline®, newly launched Wine Startup, Winecrasher.com, sells wine in the same way most of us buy wine: obtaining info on region, varietal, tasting note, critical rating and price – but at Winecrasher, the wine label is only revealed after the purchase. This allows Winecrasher to offer the best prices in the market, guaranteed.
Public discounting can hurt a brand’s image. Revealing the producer information after the purchase can secure the lowest price in the market, without publicly discounting. That’s why the Winecrasher concept is a win-win for consumers and wineries.
Winecrasher maintains a rotating inventory, which means that there is always a great selection of wines to be had, and always something new to try.
Winecrasher boasts wonderful and highly rated bottles for less than $20. Some of the highlights for Red wine lovers include this Robert Parker 90 point rated 2013 Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon for just $19.99 a 40% discount over the average market price for this bottle or the Parker Rated 93 points “sensational” 2012 Toro Tempranillo Red for just $14.99 a 35% discount. Crowd-pleaser 2011 Tuscany Sant’Antimo Cab-Merlot Blend (89 points by Wine Spectator) is sold for only $14.49 and the “sleek” 2012 Crozes Hermitage Syrah Blend (90 points by Wine Spectator) costs just $19.99 a 30% discount.
White Wine admirers can enjoy the 2013 Douro Valley White (93 points Wine Spectator score). This wine was described by Wine Spectator as “A suave, refined white, filled with luscious Gala apple, pear tart and lanolin flavors”, and is sold for only $14.99. 2011 Rhone Vacqueyras White Blend (90 points by Wine Spectator) is sold for $16.99 and a classic 2012 Napa Valley Chardonnay (which was scored 90 points by Robert Parker) is sold for $19.99 a 39% discount.
For splurging customers, Winecrasher has a lot to offer as well. From a 95 (Robert Parker) point “gorgeously intense” 2013 Napa Oakville Cabernet Sauvignon for just $54.99 to a 91 point 2013 Burgundy Gevrey Chambertin Premier Cru for just $39.99 a 38% discount.
And when it’s time to celebrate, it’s definitely worth uncorking a NV Sparkling Loire Brut Tradition (87 points Wine Spectator score), not only due to its “juicy” finish but also thanks to a price tag of $19.49. For splurging customers, a “harmonious” NV Champagne Premier Cru Brut (91 points by Wine Spectator) sells for just $34.99, a 24% discount.
The beauty of Winecrasher is not just its price crashing philosophy. It is the wonderful buying experience which wine-lovers favor. Shipping is quick and simple via FedEX, and is currently offered free of charge in California.
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This post was sponsored by Winecrasher.com