Full Pull Gramercy Redux

Hello friends. This was not today’s regularly scheduled offer, but I recently learned that the July issue of Wine Enthusiast is set to include a series of strong reviews for a trio of Gramercy wines we’ve previously offered. I want to give our list members one more shot at these wines before Sean Sullivan’s prose makes them disappear:

2012 Gramercy Cellars Cabernet Sauvignon Lower East

Wine Enthusiast (Sean Sullivan): “[REVIEW TEXT WITHHELD]. 93pts.”

[Sullivan context note: Sean has now reviewed 203 Cabernet Sauvignons for Wine Enthusiast. Exactly two have stronger reviews, both 94pts: 2012 Woodward Canyon Old Vines ($99) and 2010 Den Hoed Andreas ($80). The other five wines that have earned matching 93pt reviews have prices of $48, $50, $60, $75, and $100. I’ve been saying for years that Lower East Cab represents extraordinary value; it would seem Mr. Sullivan agrees.]

2012 Gramercy Cellars Syrah Columbia Valley

Originally offered October 15, 2014. Original offer here.

Wine Enthusiast (Sean Sullivan): “[REVIEW TEXT WITHHELD]. 94pts.”

[Sullivan context note: Likewise, Sean has reviewed 140 Syrahs for Enthusiast, and only three have stronger reviews (all 95pt reviews), including the one you’re going to read about in ten seconds.]

2012 Gramercy Cellars Syrah Lagniappe

Originally offered April 26, 2015. Original offer here.

Wine Enthusiast (Sean Sullivan): “[REVIEW TEXT WITHHELD] 95pts.”

[Sullivan context note: As I mentioned above, not a single Syrah has earned a stronger review than this. The two other 95pt Syrahs for Sean have been the 2012 Avennia Arnaut from Boushey Vineyard and the 2012 Gramercy John Lewis Syrah.]

Please limit order requests to 36 bottles total (mix and match as you like), and we’ll do our best to fulfill all requests. The wines should arrive in the next few weeks, at which point they will be ready for pickup or shipping during the next temperature-appropriate shipping window.

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