- $49 for six bottles of French wine ($96 value)
This deal includes two bottles of the 2009 red Chateau Dallau bordeaux, two bottles of the 2009 red Chateau La Mondette Cote Castillon, and two bottles of the 2012 white Chateau Haut Mirambet bordeaux blanc. The Chateau Dallau bordeaux is made with 75% merlot and 25% cabernet. The Chateau La Mondette Cote Castillon is made with 90% merlot and 10% cabernet. The Chateau Haut Mirambet bordeaux blanc is a crisp, dry white wine that blends sauvignon blanc and sémillon. A six-bottle tote bag is also included.
Ever since Addy and Ruth Bassin founded the company back in 1952, MacArthur Beverages has introduced American consumers to the finest European wines and spirits. The firm's brokers deal directly with wine merchants and négociants in Europe and America to bring their clients the best bordeauxs (their specialty) and other wines at competitive prices. MacArthur Beverages also stocks hard-to-find craft brews and top-shelf scotches, whiskies, cognacs, and brandies.
The company has set a number of milestones throughout its long history, including setting the world record in 1977 for paying the highest price ever for a single bottle of wine—$14,450 for an 1806 Chateau Lafite Rothschild—and unearthing the discovery that wine is just really old grape juice.