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Lot 18’s Collection

 

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Whenever I meet a Lot18 member, I’m always asked the same question: How do I get more of a wine I loved? This is also the most frequent suggestion in our member surveys, which is why I’m pleased to tell you about the most exciting improvement to Lot18 since our launch nearly two years ago: Collection.
If you tried a wine once and want more, now you can order it. If you missed an offer last week or last month, you can still find it. If you want to explore more of a certain grape, region or price range, no problem. Just visit Collection, and click the Filter button on the right to reveal our navigation bar if it’s not already there. Tell the site what type of wine you’re interested in and the right selections will appear on your screen.
We hope you enjoy Lot18’s new look, and as always, let us know what you think.

Thank you,
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President & Co-founder, Lot18

Here’s How It Works

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1) Go to Lot18 Collection, home to hundreds of our wine discoveries.
2) Browse at your leisure – there are no time limits on these offers.
3) View your account history to see what wines you purchased in the past.

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4) Reorder more of the wine you loved, or check out other wines you may have missed.
5) Remember, secure any six bottles for $0 shipping!
6) Visit Collection now!

Need some guidance? Here are just a few of our favorite wines you’ll find in Collection:
2006 Gigognan Vigne du Régent Châteauneuf-du-Pape Duo: An impressively complex Rhône red from one of the region’s top producers
2003-2006 Godspeed Estate Mt. Veeder Cabernet Sauvignon: The perfect cellar-starter of age-worthy Napa Cabs
2008 Alysian Allen-Rochioli Blocks Russian River Pinot: Sonoma legend Gary Farrell’s hotly anticipated return to boutique winemaking
2011 Otto’s Constant Dream Sauvignon Blanc Half Case: A New Zealand white we’ve been obsessed with for two vintages and counting
2007 Weingut Milz Laurentiushof 180° Riesling Duo: A slam-dunk pairing wine – and an outstanding value to boot

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