90+ Cellars

90+ Cellars

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Established during the recession in 2009, 90+ Cellars has a simple strategy… Purchase excess wines from established wineries and sell it under their own label, and at a significant discount. Now this may sound familiar. There are a number of companies out there who are purchasing excess or distressed wine from wineries and selling it.

90+ Cellars purchases only the best, most highly rated, and finished wines from the world’s top wineries. For 90+ to consider purchasing a wine, it must have a pedigree of 90 or higher ratings, best buy or gold medal accolades from a respected wine authority or publication.

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Established during the recession in 2009, 90+ Cellars has a simple strategy… Purchase excess wines from established wineries and sell it under their own label, and at a significant discount. Now this may sound familiar. There are a number of companies out there who are purchasing excess or distressed wine from wineries and selling it.

90+ Cellars purchases only the best, most highly rated, and finished wines from the world’s top wineries. For 90+ to consider purchasing a wine, it must have a pedigree of 90 or higher ratings, best buy or gold medal accolades from a respected wine authority or publication.

Why would a winery sell off their premier wine at such a discount? If they have overproduced or demand for that specific wine has diminished, the winery can either discard their excess product, sell it under their own label at a reduced price, therefore reducing their brand’s prestige and value, or they can they sell it to 90+ Cellars at a discount and the savings are passed onto you!

So what’s the catch? They cannot reveal who makes them! Pick up a bottle or two and have fun trying to guess where the wine originated while enjoying a glass with friends or family. 90+ includes some subtle hints and details about each “lot,” which we have included with the descriptions below. Enjoy!

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Cabernet Sauvignon – Lot 53, Pinot Noir – Lot 83, Pinot Grigio – Lot 42, Malbec – Lot 23, Sauvignon Blanc – Lot 2