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[Pillitteri] Pillitteri Wines 12 bottles for $99 FS

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Pillitteri Wines 12 bottles for $99 FS

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Case of white, case of red or mixed case for $99 (so, $8.25 bottle). FS to Ontario, British Columbia, Manitoba and Nova Scotia. Pillitteri website says Canada Post shipping but @KIng31 says UPS. I trust @King31.
Not much detail. Just the tasting notes and that it is their farmer's market blend. I don't suppose farmer's markets will be opening anytime soon, maybe the reason for the sale?

https://www.pillitteri.com/product-category/tablewines/

Here's some info on the red from the LCBO site (note: reg price $10.95 so the $57 savings shown on the website may be overtstated - still, for $8.25/bottle...) https://www.lcbo.com/webapp/wcs/stores/ ... rgHXWhKiUk

Enjoy!
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Miguel wrote: Please don't fall for the Toro marketing. Go try a $15 1500ml bottle of Fantini Farnese Montepulciano D'Abruzzo or $9 750ml bottle of Fantini Farnese Negroamaro Puglia IGP and never look back.
Amazing, now how to get the bottles to Quebec? Winking Face
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BigKids wrote: Amazing, now how to get the bottles to Quebec? Winking Face
We have the Farnese Fantini Sangiovese Puglia at SAQ for $8.90, 750ml. For the price, it's ok. I'll probably never buy it again. I rather pay a little bit more for a wine I'll enjoy.
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If you're a daily drinker, I find the Magnotta bag-in-box best value for taste (especially 16L):
https://www.magnotta.com/Bag-In-Box

I also like the fact the BiB's you can pour two glasses of wine without having an open bottle overnight or several days. They keep fresh for months.

I ordered a mixed case anyway. We run a cottage AirBnb and this is a perfect gift for guests.
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razrsharp wrote: If you're a daily drinker, I find the Magnotta bag-in-box best value for taste (especially 16L):
https://www.magnotta.com/Bag-In-Box

I also like the fact the BiB's you can pour two glasses of wine without having an open bottle overnight or several days. They keep fresh for months.

I ordered a mixed case anyway. We run a cottage AirBnb and this is a perfect gift for guests.
Do they offer free shipping?

I checked their website but this wasn't clear without signing up for a new acct.
Cards:HSBC WE MC 1.5%/3% travel 0 FX MC acceptance 31 day med AF $49
CTC WE MC 3% grocery, 3.54% CTC, RA, billpay
Bank: Alterna (1.2%, no fees)
Brokers: IB (For. stocks/low comm)/Reg. RBCDI(service, USD)
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toronto_slim wrote: Case of white, case of red or mixed case for $99 (so, $8.25 bottle). FS to Ontario, British Columbia, Manitoba and Nova Scotia. Canada Post shipping/signature required so dropped at your door or pickup at the post office.
Not much detail. Just the tasting notes and that it is their farmer's market blend. I don't suppose farmer's markets will be opening anytime soon, maybe the reason for the sale?

https://www.pillitteri.com/product-category/tablewines/

Here's some info on the red from the LCBO site (note: reg price $10.95 so the $57 savings shown on the website may be overtstated - still, for $8.25/bottle...) https://www.lcbo.com/webapp/wcs/stores/ ... rgHXWhKiUk

Enjoy!
15 g of sugar per L for Gothic Red seems sweet. FYI
Cards:HSBC WE MC 1.5%/3% travel 0 FX MC acceptance 31 day med AF $49
CTC WE MC 3% grocery, 3.54% CTC, RA, billpay
Bank: Alterna (1.2%, no fees)
Brokers: IB (For. stocks/low comm)/Reg. RBCDI(service, USD)
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15g of sugar jesus! And Ontario wine is just generally blah so hard pass between those two non-starters. Not to mention Canada Post still refusing to do its actual job.

None the less thanks for sharing OP, quality of wine and Canada Post ain't your doing, +1 for the deal!
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LoANeal wrote: 15g of sugar jesus! And Ontario wine is just generally blah so hard pass between those two non-starters. Not to mention Canada Post still refusing to do its actual job.

None the less thanks for sharing OP, quality of wine and Canada Post ain't your doing, +1 for the deal!
$8.25/bottle...any other suggestion master sommelier?
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vkizzle wrote: $8.25/bottle...any other suggestion master sommelier?
Currently no! +1 for the deal for a reason lol. If you "need" wine $8.25 is hard to beat. I could likely suggest a few but they would be a few dollars more. The 15g of sugar is just a plain no go for wine for me. I have a hard time stomaching anything past 6g or 7g tops.
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vkizzle wrote: $8.25/bottle...any other suggestion master sommelier?
Maybe buying less bottles but with a minimum of quality?
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toronto_slim wrote: Case of white, case of red or mixed case for $99 (so, $8.25 bottle). FS to Ontario, British Columbia, Manitoba and Nova Scotia. Canada Post shipping/signature required so dropped at your door or pickup at the post office.
Not much detail. Just the tasting notes and that it is their farmer's market blend. I don't suppose farmer's markets will be opening anytime soon, maybe the reason for the sale?

https://www.pillitteri.com/product-category/tablewines/

Here's some info on the red from the LCBO site (note: reg price $10.95 so the $57 savings shown on the website may be overtstated - still, for $8.25/bottle...) https://www.lcbo.com/webapp/wcs/stores/ ... rgHXWhKiUk

Enjoy!
Markets are open here in Vancouver.
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toronto_slim wrote: Case of white, case of red or mixed case for $99 (so, $8.25 bottle). FS to Ontario, British Columbia, Manitoba and Nova Scotia. Canada Post shipping/signature required so dropped at your door or pickup at the post office.
Not much detail. Just the tasting notes and that it is their farmer's market blend. I don't suppose farmer's markets will be opening anytime soon, maybe the reason for the sale?

https://www.pillitteri.com/product-category/tablewines/

Here's some info on the red from the LCBO site (note: reg price $10.95 so the $57 savings shown on the website may be overtstated - still, for $8.25/bottle...) https://www.lcbo.com/webapp/wcs/stores/ ... rgHXWhKiUk

Enjoy!
Markets are open here in Vancouver. I saw one open two weeks ago.
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fjanicki wrote: Maybe buying less bottles but with a minimum of quality?
What do you suggest?
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Ask any employees at the SAQ Selection to assist you. They are really well trained. Tastes are different, but bad wine is universally bad.
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If you want to continue social distancing from your friends for the long term, then serve this bottom shelf pish at a house party or dinner party. People will be sure to stay away from future gatherings.
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Pilliteri is a fantastic winery. They have excellent staff and customer service at their physical location in Niagara on the lake. Would be happy to support them... that being said.. when I do stop by for some tasting I am picky about their wines and only like a small selection of them. Usually the heritage blends. I know their lower tier wines do not appeal to me at all. It’s more the mid to higher end. But good deal none the less for those looking for a deal. Thanks OP for sharing.
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RaiderX wrote: If you want to continue social distancing from your friends for the long term, then serve this bottom shelf pish at a house party or dinner party. People will be sure to stay away from future gatherings.
This is the wine to share with people you don't like.

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