$45 for Two Bottles of Wine from Precept Wine ($80 Value)


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Customers receive two bottles of 2008 Apex @ Alder Ridge wine, as well as a 30% discount on re-orders.

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Expires Nov 1st, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per party per visit. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Must be 21 years or older. Not valid on holidays or during special events including St. Nick's and Passport to Woodinville weekends. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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$45 for Two Bottles of Wine ($80 Total Value)

  • One bottle of 2008 Apex @ Alder Ridge Sangiovese (a $40 value)
  • One bottle of 2008 Apex @ Alder Ridge Meritage (a $40 value)

Customers will also receive a 30% discount on re-orders.

Precept Wine

Most people consider wine and chocolate a decadent dessert, but no one knows how perfectly they pair better than Precept Wine's winemaker Hal Landvoigt. He's the one who literally combined the two flavors in his lab, creating the 2011 Chocolate Shop. According to the website, it's still the best-selling chocolate red wine in the US.

Hal is just one of the company's 13 winemakers, who are stationed at wineries in Pacific Northwest areas from Washington State's Yakima Valley to Idaho's Snake River Valley. At their posts, they work primarily with grapes cultivated from local vineyards, although some batches are imported from around the world.

Regardless of their grapes' origins, though, their award-winning wines brim with touches informed by plenty of travel. Landvoigt, for one, has traveled through such famed wine regions as Burgundy in France, Salta in Argentina, and the wine waterfall in Dionysus's dreams. At the Precept's seven tasting rooms, the knowledgeable staff can help patrons trace a glass of wine's international influences and local roots.

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