Past Offers

An archive of our famous daily e-mail offers:

  1. 'Best-Ever' 93pt La Garrigue 2016 Cotes du Rhone, Only $13.98!

    To all Wine Exchangers, It’s a family affair at Domaine la Garrigue. As importer Eric Solomon notes… Domaine la Garrigue was founded in 1850 by the same family that runs the property today, Famille Bernard. Brothers Maxime and Pierre Bernard, of the 5th generation, are at the helm of the estate with Maxime acting as chef while Pierre focuses on the...
  2. The 'Jac is Back! Triple 90pt Cellar Selection 2012 from Ch. Senejac, Still Only $14.98!

    To all Wine Exchangers, Do you remember this instant sell-out from just over a year ago? On my last trip to Bordeaux, I arrived in the morning and after I checked into my Airbnb, I had some time before my first appointment, so I decided to get a little lunch before tasting 100 plus wines.  I went to one of...
  3. 93pt Dream Pizza Wine from Illuminati Only $11.98!

    To all Wine Exchangers, Montepulciano. The word confounds and confuses wine lovers everywhere. The problem we have is it’s both a place and a grape in Italy, and they have nothing in common other than they are both, uh, Italian. Montepulciano, the town, is located in eastern Tuscany, near Montalcino (still with me?). There, they produce a wine called Vino...
  4. Galloni Gushes: Selvapiana's 'beautiful....polished...gorgeous' Chianti's Only $15.98!

    To all Wine Exchangers, I tell ya, I’m having a hard time coming up with a Chianti that tastes more ‘Chianti’ than this one. You know, that picture in your mind of what GREAT Chianti should taste like?  Not the nasty wicker basket stuff, but the kind of wine that is immediately romanticized on the table with a piping hot plate...
  5. Best. Bastide Miraflors. Ever. 94pts & Still Only $12.98!

    To all Wine Exchangers, OK, welcome back to another episode of the Lafage Exchange! No, it isn’t a re-run, it’s a brand-new episode though the cast and crew remains the same, only the show is even better. Yeah, don’t know how Jean-Marc and his wife Eliane did it, but they somehow managed to push even more class and refinement into what...
  6. Last Call on a Quartet of 20+ year old Bordeaux Gems!

    To all Wine Exchangers, Hard to believe, but its been 20 years since the 1990’s! Man, that’s a while.  But you know what?  I still feel like the 1990’s were yesterday but, here’s a little perspective for you. When I started at Wine Exchange back in 1991, I remember Steve pulling out a 1970 Bordeaux and thinking, “Dude, that’s like...
  7. Another Red Burgundy Cellar Treasure: Noellat Returns with a Silky 2000 Santenay Clos Genet!

    To all Wine Exchangers, Just a couple of weeks ago we introduced you to our newest source for incredibly-priced, perfectly-aged cellar treasure Burgundies, Charles Noellat.  For those of you who may have missed the story while trying to click on that last offer before it sold out that day, here's the background info... The Noellat name may be a familiar...
  8. The 'Holler' Does It Again: Spectator's Highest-Scoring Cab Under $30 Is In Stock Now!

    To all Wine Exchangers, Theyd did it again. Sparkman's Holler Cabernet is once again the high-end Cabernet killer. Folks, wines like this don't happen that often, Chris Sparkman being one of those 'exception to the rule' guys when it come to wine pricing in America.  His whole motto is 'Family. Good Livin'. Damn Fine Wine.' and he seems to follow it...
  9. Not a Typo: $12 Gets You REAL Old-Vine, Santa Lucia Highlands Pinot!

    To all Wine Exchangers, Even though all of the principal writers here chez Winex are all California natives, we tend not to have the same dedication to the ‘local produce’ as most stores here in the Golden State.  We aren’t traitorous by nature, but we are pragmatists.  We want the best we can get for the buck, particularly at the...
  10. He's Back! Brilliant Just-Released 2005 93pt Chablis 1er Cru from Defaix

    To all Wine Exchangers, When you do what we do, there is no such thing as ‘my wine’.   Expanded experience and exposure can present you not only many wines to love, but genres.  Chablis has been one of our more passionate ‘affairs’ over the years.  It started in the late 1980's, finding that 'needle in the haystack' great bottlings from...
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