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Napa Valley is holding a crazy online wine sale right now!


For just two days, April 14 and 15, Napa Valley is putting many of its best wines on sale! Napa Valley Vintners’ two-day Open the Cellar sale is your chance to pick up something really special.

Nearly 150 members of the wine collective known as Napa Valley Vintners need to generate some cash and reduce their inventory, so they’re selling more than 250 of their best wines to the public in an online marketplace. Many of the wines are available only at the wineries or to restaurants and select clients on the wineries’ mailing lists. Several are rare library vintages spanning 18 vintages.

Bottle prices range from $25 to more than $600.

Labels include everything from Cain Five to Alejandro Bulgheroni Estate, Arietta, Brand Napa Valley, Corison Winery, Hourglass, Kenzo Estate, Meteor, Moone-Tsai Vineyards, Paul Hobbs, Staglin Family and TOR.

What’s not to miss? Chappellet Vineyard’s 2008 Las Piedras Red Blend, Chateau Montelena’s 2003 Cabernet, Ghost Block Estate’s 2005 Temescal Red Blend, Lang & Reed Wine Company’s 2005 Right Bank Cabernet Franc and Mayacamas Vineyards’ 2003 Cab are some of the standouts.

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