Model: Meh One Day Birthday Rosé (Full or Half Case)
Appellation: Sonoma Valley, MacLeod Vineyard
Harvested: October 24, 2019 at 23.6° Brix
Fermentation: Gently pressed with minimal skin contact followed by cold fermentation in stainless steel
Total Acidity: 4.3 g/L
This rosé of Zinfandel was grown on rocky exposed soil in the heart of Sonoma Valley. That terroir is reflected in the brilliant red tones found in the glass. The “Wente” selection of Zinfandel yields a riper rosé with bright red fruit flavors and captures the freshness and vibrancy of the vintage. The wine is ideal for barbecue, duck, salmon or anything off the grill. Enjoy chilled all summer long!
Wine is sold by the licensed winery
You must be 21 years or older to order
By placing an order you represent that you are at least 21 years of age
Alcohol cannot be delivered to a PO Box
Someone 21 years or older must be present to sign for the alcohol when it is delivered
We recommend shipping the wine to your business address
If visibly intoxicated upon delivery, you will not be allowed to receive the wine
Void where prohibited by law
One $25 Coupon will be sent to each account that purchases Meh One Day Birthday Rosé
Coupon will be sent via email no later than July 15, 2022
@KNmeh7 I was hoping that it meant ‘first time customers… this week’ Maybe they could change it to ‘customers who haven’t yet bought 24 cases of wine’. That coupon would work for me… if it gets here quickly.
@KNmeh7 Agree with you, regarding the “reverse psychology.” I was irritated enough that I canceled my membership, which had been steady from the launch of Casemates, as a Kickstarter participant.
Maybe it’s irrational, but we are humans and subject (and entitled) to an occasional irrational thought.
Anyway, this has come up on the Casemates forum before, has gone unaddressed, and here we are - I’ll re-join at $6 when something comes up that I like…then cancel…then rejoin some other day. Oy. Could have been avoided by “taking care of” the Kickstarters, IMO.
EDIT: I actually like my little “poop” ex-VMP avatar here…I’ll wear it as a badge of honor.
Is this only Available for AZ; CA; CO; CT; DC; FL; GA; IA; ID; IL; IN; KS; LA; MA; MD; ME; MI; MN; MO; MT; NC; ND; NE; NJ; NM; NV; NY; OH; OK; OR; PA; RI; SC; SD; TN; TX; VA; VT; WA; WI; WV; WY? Or, since “Wine is sold by the licensed winery” are they on their own for enforcing that rule?
@InFrom@oggusfoo Some of those states may not regulate the private importation of wine below some stated level, or whatever. In the case of Utah and New Hampshire, only the state-run liquor stores have the authority to sell alcoholic beverages by the bottle at all. I don’t know what’s up with the ones like Kentucky, Alabama and Mississippi. This nation’s bizarre crazy-quilt or laws is infuriating.
Another vestige of religious fascism. I suspect the other holdout states are for the same reasons. And the small wineries cannot compete with the Big Drunk industry lobbyists that keep the big money flowing to the incumbents so the political class stays bought and paid for. So much for pro-business, anti-regulation free-market bullshit that comes out of their mouths when they need mouth breathers to vote them back into office for more grifting.
The shipping laws to PA seemingly change daily. Sometimes they can ship to your house, then the next day to your house with adult to sign for it, then it’s only to the state store where they can charge you the 30% markup that they would have gotten, had you bought it there…
Sometimes it matters if it’s a full case or minimum 2 bottles
That’s why I buy my alcohol in New Hampshire. Haha!