Wednesday, July 14, 2010

'As accessible as Centipede and as complex as Defender'

On his company's website, Mike James says, "my wine is for anyone who spent time trying to save a princess or fit odd shaped blocks together."

That comment alone makes me want to buy a bottle or two (or four) of 8-Bit Vintners' Player 1, a Syrah-based blend of fruit from vineyards throughout the Columbia Valley, Wahluke Slope and Walla Walla Valley.

Another comment that makes me want to buy a few bottles of Player 1: The folks over at say James' wine "is as accessible and approachable as Centipede, but as complex and intriguing as Defender."

Speaking of, the web-based retailer is selling a four-pack of Player 1 for $49.99 (plus $7 shipping). Considering a single bottle of Player 1 usually goes for $18 (plus shipping), that's a pretty great deal.


Viewtiful_Justin said...

I never thought I'd want to spend almost $60 on wine, mind's been changed.

Bryan Ochalla said...

Actually, as long as the wine is good, just over $10 a bottle isn't a bad price at all. Of course, my husband and I tend to drink boxed wine... :)