What You'll Get
- Spanish reds six-bottle pack ($169.94 value)
Spain is known for producing world-class wine, with a variety of reds that challenge the quality of their neighboring countries. From Tempranillo to Garnacha and beyond, they pair well with a variety of popular dishes, from tacos and pizza to traditional Spanish fare. Each pack includes two of each of the following wines:
- 2015 Fuerza de la Tierra La Mancha Tempranillo Joven: Full-bodied, Gold Medal-winner at the 2017 International Eastern Wine Competition
- 2014 El Miracle ART Red Blend: Smoky, dark purple, greets the drinker with expressive red fruits and a hint of minerals
- 2014 Nebla Old Vine Garnacha: Mediterranean old vine red with notes of red fruits, plum, smoke, and cedar
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 90 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 5 per person. Limit 1 per order. Online redemption only. Shipping not included. Ships only to select states. Must be 21 or older to order and receive wine; 21+ adult signature and I.D. required for delivery. Offer is valid for one use per order only, and is not combinable with any other promotion. All orders are reviewed, accepted, processed and fulfilled by a licensed retail entity. Void where prohibited by law. May be repurchased every 30 days. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Wine Insiders
Wine Insiders was founded over 35 years ago to seek out the best and most affordable wines from around the globe. Its panel of wine-tasting experts approves only 5 out of every 100 bottles sampled, ensuring that only the most delicious wines are recommended to customers. The team even offers a satisfaction guarantee: if customers aren't 100% delighted by the vinos they've selected, Wine Insiders will refund the full cost of the order, no questions asked—not even "So, you doing anything fun this weekend?" Despite its staff's legendary pickiness, Wine Insiders stocks a variety of red and white wines, including pinot noirs, pinot grigios, rieslings, and cabernet sauvignons, each joined by an informative description.