Harvest Sale at Burnt Bridge Cellars This Weekend
Burnt Bridge Cellars—Vancouver’s only urban winery—is having a Harvest Sale to make room for 2016 Crush and potential sales of up to 45 percent off premium bottles are more than reason enough to raise a glass.
Happening: Friday, September 23 from 4-9 p.m., Saturday, September 24 from 12-7 p.m. and Sunday, September 25 from 12-5 p.m.
Why: We are in the middle of Crush and bringing in over 30 tons of grapes to process. The 2016 fruit looks outstanding! With all the new fruit and barrels, we are looking for space. We are having a Harvest Sale this weekend that will give all of you a great deal and hopefully free up some space so we can fit in the new fruit. This will be a great opportunity to stock up on you favorite wine for both drinking now and possibly laying down to further age. We are featuring five of our award winning wines for this sale.
Wines available for Harvest Discount:
Tempranillo (San Francisco International Wine Competition Silver Medal)
Couve Cuvée (San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition Gold Medal)
Les Collines Syrah (Great Northwest Wine “Outstanding”)
Pont Brûlé (San Francisco International Wine Competition Gold Medal)
Merlot (Great Northwest Wine “Excellent”)
Receive a 15 percent additional discount over regular club discount for a purchase of 12 or more of these wines. Mixed cases allowed and encouraged. There will be a 15 percent case discount for non-club members. Any new member who joins this weekend will receive all club discounts.
Bottle prices with the Harvest Sale Discount
Wine Regular Price Non Club- 15% Silver Club- 35% Gold Club- 40%
Couve Cuvée $25 $21.25 $16.25 $15.00
Pont Brûlé $35 $29.75 $22.75 $21.00
Merlot $30 $25.50 $19.50 $18.00
Les Collines Syrah $35 $29.75 $22.75 $21.00
Tempranillo $35 $29.75 $22.75 $21.00
Platinum club price of 45 percent off brings wines as low as $13.75-$19.25 per bottle!
All other Burnt Bridge Cellars wines will be available at the normal discounts.
Disclaimer: This is a reprint of Burnt Bridge Cellars’ press release
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