Today’s Deal ~ 2015 Kith & Kin (by Round Pond) Cabernet Sauvignon

$34.95/btl or $23.95/btl 6 +


HOLD all calls and take 1 minute to check out this EPIC DEAL!!! You may have just won the lottery…well at least it will feel like you did when you click BUY NOW!!!  We secured our BEST-PRICE ever on one of Napa Valley’s most coveted GEMS: the 2015 Kith & Kin (by Round Pond) Cabernet Sauvignon.  We sourced this bad boy originally for our CV Wine Club Faithful and with countless reorders, we knew we had a WINNER on our hands.  We maxed out our inventory capacity and are offering once in blue moon pricing:  $34.95/btl down to a record-breaking $23.95/btl on 6+!!! 

Why 2015 Kith & Kin Cabernet Sauvignon?

SIMPLE…DRINK NOW!!!  Napa Valley has been running the table of fine wine with the most recent vintage releases.  2013 was considered THE banner year by many professionals but now we are finding that these ’14 and ’15 wines are carrying the torch brilliantly, if not better.    Still need convincing?  We’ve got plenty more reasons but probably most compelling is that Round Pond is now under the direction of All-Star Winemaker Thomas Rivers Brown.  That’s Right!  This is THE mastermind TRB’s (Schrader, Turley, Maybach) debut making the Kith & Kin and the result=GOLDEN!!!

 Best Price Ever…Hands Down!

Now, we know your radar is probably going haywire with this crazy discount…too good to be true?  Not at all!  For a $35 Napa Valley Cabernet of this pedigree, the wine is legit!  But, to be able to secure it at a 31% discount that saves you HEAPS, you almost losing $$$ not securing a piece of the action!!!

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“Wine Spectator” Tasting Notes: 90 Points

“A striking example of a balanced wine, featuring ripe, juicy dark berry, spice, herb and dusty oak, with firm yet tender tannins that let the flavors glide happily along. Drink now through 2028.” – JL


“Wine Enthusiast” Tasting Notes: 91 Points 

“This wine is earthy in tobacco and forest tones, with a bright thread of acidity within its more robust tendencies. Graphite, sage, leather and pepper meet firm, supportive tannins and a toasted oak tone.”