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6-, 12-, or 15-Bottle Pack of Three French Chateau Wines from Splash Wines (Up to 67% Off)

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Three bottles that define the long history of the Bordeaux region, and pay homage to its long tradition and innovations.

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Three French Chateau Bottles

  • 2014 Chateau Franc-Cardinal Bordeaux: Plum and prune lead with a balanced trail of light smokiness and almond for this blend of merlot (72%), cabernet franc (24%) and malbec (4%) (91-point Wine Enthusiast rating and an Editor’s Choice winner).
  • Chateau Auzias Cabardes: Power and elegance define this blend of syrah, grenache, and cabernet franc.
  • Domaine Paretlongue Cite de Carcassone: Distinct and ripe black currants and bold opulence linger on a long finish in this blend of cabernet franc and syrah.

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires 90 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per order. Online redemption only. Ships only to listed states. Does not ship to Canada. For 6 bottles, additional $19.95 shipping not included. For 12 bottles, $24.95 shipping not included. For 15 bottles, $29.95 shipping not included. Must be 21 or older to order and receive wine; 21+ adult signature and I.D. required for delivery. Wines may vary and may be different from wines pictured. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Splash Wines

Three generations of wine-selling expertise and 15 years in the internet wine business have been poured into Splash Wines. The company simplifies the process of discovering and buying great wines by developing relationships with winemakers and procuring an eclectic cellar, then shipping mixed cases directly to customers. Oenophiles can expect to find both familiar names and obscure new wines from around the world—including many chosen for their ability to pair well with food and oxygen.