$59 for $150 Worth of Wine with Shipping from NakedWines.com

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Wine drinkers select award-winning wines from independent winemakers, including complex reds and refreshing whites

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Expires Mar 31st, 2013. Limit 1 per person. Online only. New customers only. Must be 21 or older to purchase; credit card required to verify age. Groupon entitles user to $150 worth of wine; unspent credit may not be used for future orders. Cannot be used with any other offers or promotions. Typically ships within 3-7 business days; allow extra processing time for AZ and NJ. Valid only for shipping to listed states. Shipping included. Not valid for shipping to PO Boxes, APO, AFB or FPO addresses. Angel sign-up not required for redemption. Cannot be combined with Angel pricing. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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$59 for $150 Worth of Wine with Shipping

Several pre-mixed wine cases are available. Each package arrives with a selection of red and white varietals that range from cabernet sauvignon to chardonnay and moscato. Customers can also customize their own case with a wide selection of wine bottles, such as the Jim Olsen chardonnay ($11.99) or the Cockamamie 2011 syrah ($24.99). This Groupon is valid towards any pre-mixed or custom wine case. Since wine cases ship with 12 bottles, customers must purchase in multiples of 12 bottles in each order.


NakedWines.com is not affiliated with or sponsored by Naked Winery of Wishram, Washington and Hood River, Oregon, and this promotion does not contain wines from that winery.

Naked Wines

NakedWines revolves around supporting independent winemakers across the world. The oenophiles behind Naked Wines help the winemakers produce delicious grape nectars by investing in their operations directly. This model spurs on fledgling vintners who, in turn, offer NakedWines.com members, or “Angels,” a large discount on their wines, earning the company recognition from Forbes, Fast Company and ABC. Naked Wines funds dozens of independent wineries across the globe, flying in bottles from France, Spain, Portugal, South Africa, and Argentina, and loading up the RV with domestic reds and whites from Sonoma and Napa Valley.