Summer is the perfect time to kick back and relax outside with a glass (or two) of wine.
No matter if you love to wine and dine with a big group of friends or simply end your day with your significant other and a bottle of wine and takeout, these wine and dine bundles from Restaurant.com are a steal.
Are you strictly a red wine drinker? No problem. One wine package lets you sip and savor award-winning wines from the famed Bordeaux region of France.
Are white wines more suited to your tastes? You might want to check out the wine package that includes your choice of an award-winning mix of red and white wines from California.
These two wine package deals are available for a limited time through Restaurant.com:
- Red and white wine and dine bundle for $49.99 (plus $5.99 shipping): This summer sipping wine bundle includes your choice of six bottles of premium California white and red wines, a wood-handled cork screw and a $50 Restaurant.com eGift card. The value of this wine bundle is $154.93, so you’re saving a whopping 68 percent by purchasing it through Restaurant.com. Click here for more details.
- Bordeaux wine and dine bundle for $109 (plus $11.99 shipping): At less than $9 per bottle, this wine special is a real steal. It includes your choice of 12 bottles of award-winning Bordeaux wines and a $100 Restaurant.com eGift card. This wine bundle, valued at $539.88, is discounted by 80 percent. Click here for more details.
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