$45 for Six Bottles of Wine at Schneider’s of Capitol Hill ($90.94 Value)

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Great business, great people
Christine M. · March 1, 2013
These guys are super great! Super knowledgeable and helpful and really convenient!
Chuq Y. · February 4, 2013
Super helpful staff and wonderful selection!
Lori K. · January 5, 2013

What You'll Get


The year a wine was produced can dramatically increase its value, especially if it came from an era when bottles were still made from leopard pelt. Taste the past with this Groupon.

$45 for Six Bottles of Wine ($90.94 Total Value)

  • 2008 Cuvee de Pena Rouge (a $13.99 value)–Asian spice, red fruit, cream and white chocolate
  • 2009 Spada Toro (a $13.99 value)–espresso, damp earth, black cherry. Aged in stainless steel.
  • 2010 Panarroz Jumilla (a $13.99 value)–Fruity, earthy, with mineral and blueberry notes
  • 2010 Cinnabar Chardonnay (a $21.99 value)–citrus, vanilla, toast
  • 2009 Alfredo Roca Malbec Merlot (a $11.99 value) – summery, fruit-forward
  • 2008 Vina Alarba Old Vine Grenache (a $14.99 value)–kirsch liqueur and raspberry aromas, licorice notes

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.

The Fine Print


Promotional value expires Oct 10, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Valid in-store only. Must be 21 or older. 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.

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