Today’s Deal – 2014 Popcorn Chardonnay $13.95/bottle on 6+


Move over Butter, here comes Popcorn!  If you want in on the ground floor of a delicious, small production, high quality wine in its infancy, then order up some 2014 Popcorn Chardonnay (California).  We’re always on the prowl for killer wines and we struck California liquid gold with this wine.  The 2014 Popcorn Chardonnay is modestly priced at $16.95/bottle but plummets to $13.95/bottle when you purchase six or more.  That’s about the same price as a large bucket of popcorn at your favorite movie theater, but 1/8 of the calories!!!

Created by legendary “Fusion Cuisine” expert Chef R.C. Mills, Popcorn is sourced from select California coastal vineyards including, but not limited to, Santa Lucia Highlands.  The collaborative winemaking team is Richard Bruno (Vinum Cellars) and Alison Crowe (Higher Ground), whom specialize in affordable and small production juice that surpass the consumer expectations both sensory and financially.

As you swirl your glass you’ll notice distinct aromas of HONEYSUCKLE, MELON, and VANILLA.  On the palate, you are pleasantly greeted with rich flavors of RIPE PEACH complimented by a smooth CREAMINESS that is absolutely DELECTABLE and DELICIOUS.  The finish is LONG with the just the right amount of oak offering DEPTH and CHARACTER unmatched by most chardonnays priced under 15 bucks!

Now that I have your attention, glide your mouse over to the BUY POPCORN NOW button and stock up. TWENTY cases just arrived so here’s your chance to amass one of the best new chardonnays of 2016!

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Winery Tasting Notes:

“This Chardonnay has a light golden hue and shows fresh and captivating fruit aromas of honeydew melon and lemon custard. The palate is rich and generous, layered with classic Chardonnay characteristics of ripe pear, apple tart, peach and vanilla shortbread that show subtle oak aging. The delicious creaminess and weight in the mouth are kept fresh by the natural acidity of cool-climate Santa Lucia Highlands fruit resulting in a wine with exquisite balance.”