A Spring Break One-Hour Blitz

 

                  www.cinderellawine.com

Cinderellawine, a website operated by the Wine Library, has vastly improved its selections so far this year. It is definitely trending up in the highly competitive market of online wine sales.

Always offering free shipping on six, it has gotten out of its

ho-hum rut of silly, over-priced wines with some great deals on wines rarely seen online.

Now the parent company headquartered in New Jersey needs to reduce its inventory, or as they say,

“With Spring arriving, we need to do a little additional inventory cleanup … and this is the perfect way to do it!

We want to move fast.

On Thursday, March 23rd at 12 Noon, we will launch a one hour sale on Winelibrary.com. Expect a selection of 25+ wines with prices that are beyond ridiculous.”

Here are samples of recent super deals:

2013 World’s End Rebel Reserve Chardonnay, Napa. $19.99

2013 Kangarilla Road Cabernet Sauvignon Mclaren Vale, $15.99

2013 Bello Megahertz Cabernet Sauvignon, $17.77

2013 Lone Birch Chardonnay, Washington, $9.99

2012 Paco Dos Cunhas Santar Nature, $10.98

You might look for these or similarly priced wines at Thursday’s flash sale, the one-hour blitz.

Read more about Flash Sales at www.bestonlinewineshopping.com

by clicking on flash sales.

 

Author: robywine, norm roby

My career as a wine journalist/critic began in 1975 when my article about California Petite Sirah was published. My focus remained on California as I edited a monthly wine magazine and then moved on to The Wine Spectator in 1981. Over the following years, my column appeared under the banner of “Stormin’ Norman, and I also wrote articles about wine collectors and wine auctions. Without getting into a year by year bio, let me try to summarize here. During my time with The Spectator which I enjoyed immensely, I taught wine classes at a culinary school and at other venues in San Francisco. Before venturing into wine, teaching was my thing, English Lit and Rhetoric. After The Spectator I was the U.S. Contributor to Decanter Magazine, writing mostly about California, but also expanding into Washington State and Oregon. My Decanter years began in 1992 and after buying a summer home in France in 2000, I traveled throughout France and eventually published articles about St. Emilion, Castillon, Bergerac, Minervois, Roussillon, Luberon, Provence, and Alsace. Also, around 2000, my wife began working for Cousino-Macul in Chile, so we tasted and traveled our way through Chile and, of course, managed to fly over the Andes and explore and taste our way through Argentina. As travel lovers, we have also spent many interesting days visiting the wine regions of Spain, Italy, Portugal, Sicily, Greece, and New Zealand. And to come to a close, I was Director of a Charity Wine Auction for 20 years, 1992-2000 that benefitted a local hospital. That brought me in contact with wine collectors and to the auction scene. And finally, I co-authored a book, The Connoisseurs’ Guide to California Wine published by Alfred A. Knopf. It went through 4 editions and sold over 500.000 copies.

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