25% off Elyse Winery’s wines? Yes please!

To commemorate a significant milestone in their history, Elyse Winery owner Ray Coursen has put all of his wines on sale for 25% off until September 25th. “It’s just our little way of saying thank you to all our loyal fans” Ray said in his press release email.

I’ve gotten these alerts from wineries in the past; however this is the first time I thought I’d bring it to everyone’s attention. Why?

Reason #1

I think very highly of Ray Coursen and his team’s ability to make tremendous wines. These wines consistently delivery unique and character-filled experiences, or simply put, they make terrific Cabernet Sauvignon, Zinfandel, Syrah, etc and they are all wines I’d want to share with my family and friends.

Reason #2

Even without the sale, these wines represent tremendous “value.” When you look at the cost of a bottle of high-end, low-production wines, you can expect to spend $50 and up. Ray’s wines represent a far lower entry price point, while still delivering great quality. Thus, with a 25% price break, they are just that more palatable (pardon the pun)!

Please visit Elyse’s Founders Day Sale page to check out the deal and learn a bit more about this great winery.

For my picks, please refer to Elyse Winery: It’s about passion; a piece I wrote that includes my reviews on 4 of their wonderful wines.

Cheers! And please share your experiences!

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2 responses to “25% off Elyse Winery’s wines? Yes please!

  1. Yes! Finally someone writes about radio.

  2. What a data of un-ambiguity and preserveness of valuable experience
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