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What You'll Get
Today’s original side deal has sold out, but take a look at the new side deal below, featuring a different wine selection.
Exude charm and good taste without donning a stuffy monocle or hypnotizing party guests with today’s side deal. For $34, you get a six-pack of white wine at Schneider’s of Capitol Hill (an $83 value), located only blocks from Union Station. With this deal, customers will receive a sampler of distinct wines such as:
- 2006 Adam Reserve Gewurztraminer, France ($29.99)
- 2007 Big Tattoo Euro White, European Dry Blend ($9.99)
- 2007 Canopia Chardonnay, Argentina ($9.99)
- 2009 Vika Chardonnay Unoaked, Argentina ($11.99)
- 2007 Kuhl Sweet Riesling, Auslese, Germany ($10.99)
- 2006 Two Brothers Riesling Dry, Germany ($12.99)
Sampling a sextet of scrumptious wines doesn’t necessitate a European jaunt or bathtub winery. Schneider’s of Capitol Hill has been slinging tantalizing wines since 1949, with a commitment to providing knowledgeable customer service, maintaining a varied selection, and offering low prices. Wines toting price tags that range from $4,500 to $5 are stored in a 15,000-square-foot temperature-controlled warehouse, ensuring a top-notch selection of fermented grape concoctions. This deal is perfect for Capitol Hill workers and residents, as well as anyone who would like to peruse one of the best wine stores in the metro area.
Frommer’s rates Schneider’s of Capitol Hill as exceptional, while CityVoters give it many thumbs up, and Yelpers give it a near-perfect 4.5 star rating: > * With a knowledgeable and enthusiastic staff, a 12,000-bottle inventory of wine, and a fine selection of spirits and beer, this shop is a find on Capitol Hill. – Frommer’s > * Besides an incredible selection of great wines, everyone who works there could not be more courteous, pleasant and helpful. – Chris Sanger, CityVoter > * The store is awesome - it reminds you of an old time hardware store with its selections going all the way up to the 11 foot ceilings. – Richard Looney, CityVoter
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jun 19, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Valid for pick-up only. Must be at least 21. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Schneider’s of Capitol Hill
When Max Schneider and his son Abe Genderson founded Schneider’s of Capitol Hill in 1949, they had no idea that their store would be around for as long as some of their vintages had aged. Now, after more than 60 years, the family teams up with eight wine consultants to introduce their customers to at least 12,000 varieties of wine and spirits. In addition to vintages accessible to casual consumers, Schneider’s showcases an “old and rare” list of sips, as well as specialty bottles including wines from 1900.