Asheville's Best Wine Sale

Our Biggest and Best Wine Sale

Did you know that Table Wine stocks well over 150 wines that retail for $14.99 or less?  Most of these wines can be found around the perimeter of the store on the wall shelving, and many customers who enjoy our value selections love to come in and “shop the walls.” We invite you all to come do just that and stock up on some perfect wines for your 4th of July cookouts and gatherings. Shop the walls and save big Monday, June 27th through Saturday, July 2nd!  Stock up for the 4th of July and save up to 25% off during our best wine sale of the year!!   Here’s the deal:

This week only, all of our bottles $15 and under are on sale!  Save 10% off by the bottle, 15% off on mixed 6-packs, 20% off on mixed cases, or a whopping 25% off on two or more cases!  To make sure you get the wines you want, shop us early in the week or email us at josh@tablewineasheville.com ahead with your order.

Big Wine Sale

We’ve got some “lonely” California bottles that need new homes, and we’re asking for your help.  To aid and abet you, we’ve marked them down 15% by the bottle and 20% if you mix any six of them! These are great wines with great press, but we’ve been looking at the last bottle or two for way too long now.  Like usual, if you call or email, we can reserve sale wines for you for up to a week. Either call us at 828.505.8588 or email us at josh@tablewineasheville.com, and we’ll set some of these gems aside for you.

1. 2009 Davis Family Pinot Noir “Horseshoe Bend Vineyard” (Russian River Valley, CA): “Rich in red cherries and ripe persimmons, with complex notes of grilled beef, cola, and sautéed wild mushrooms, and has a long spicy finish.”
1 bottle available, Wine Enthusiast – 94 points
Regular Price: $47.99/bottle
Sale Price: $40.79/bottle or $38.39 if you mix any six “Lonely Bottles”

2. 2009 Kosuge Pinot Noir “Manchester Ridge” (Mendocino County, CA): “High-pitched aromas of cherry, raspberry, strawberry, flowers, with spice showing up after about 15 minutes in the glass.”
1 bottle available, Stephen Tanzer – 91 points
Regular Price: $49.99/bottle
Sale Price: $42.49/bottle or $39.99 if you mix any six “Lonely Bottles”

3. 2005 Lachini Pinot Noir “Cuvée Giselle” (Willamette Valley, OR): “Firm in texture, with a remarkably open feel that allow the plum and currant fruit to sail unhindered over fine grained tannins.  Drink through 2015.”
3 bottles available, Wine Spectator – 92 points
Regular Price: $59.99/bottle
Sale Price: $50.99/bottle or $47.99 if you mix any six “Lonely Bottles”

4. 2008 Worthy Sophia’s Cuvée (Napa Valley, CA): “This Cab-based blend has flavors of ripe summer blackberries, black currants, cassis, and smoky oak.”
1 bottle available, Wine Enthusiast – 91 points
Regular Price: $37.99/bottle
Sale Price: $32.29/bottle or $30.39 if you mix any six “Lonely Bottles”

5. 2010 Whitehall Lane Cabernet Sauvignon (Napa Valley, CA): “It exhibits a dense ruby/purple color as well as a sweet bouquet of ripe cassis, white chocolate, and spice.  Full and rich, it should easily drink well for the next ten years.”
3 bottles available, Wine Enthusiast – 93 points
Regular Price: $44.99/bottle
Sale Price: $38.24/bottle or $35.99 if you mix any six “Lonely Bottles”

6. 2011 Faust Cabernet Sauvignon (Napa Valley, CA): Faust is the second wine of Rutherford stalwart Quintessa.  It’s a lavish, full bodied, classy wine with great pedigree and cellar potential.
1 bottle available, Table Wine – 92 points
Regular Price: $49.99/bottle
Sale Price: $42.49/bottle or $39.99 if you mix any six “Lonely Bottles”

7. 2009 Keenan Cabernet Sauvignon (Napa Valley, CA): “Rich and voluptuous, it totally saturates the palate from start to finish.”
1 bottle available, The Wine Advocate – 93 points
Regular Price: $62.99/bottle
Sale Price: $53.54/bottle or $50.39 if you mix any six “Lonely Bottles”

8. 2004 HDV Syrah “Hyde Vineyard” (Carneros, CA): What happens when one of California’s top growers (Larry Hyde) teams up with one of the world’s greatest wine personalities (Aubert de Villaine of Romanée-Conti)? Great things!
4 bottles available, Table Wine – 93 points
Regular Price: $69.99/bottle
Sale Price: $59.49/bottle or $55.99 if you mix any six “Lonely Bottles”,

9. 2012 Blackbird Arriviste Dry Rosé (Napa Valley, CA): This Merlot and Cabernet dominant blend is one of the “biggest” dry rosés we’ve ever encountered.  With ripe strawberry, red currant, and cherry fruit abundant along with some noticeable but nicely integrated tannin and acidity, this is the kind of rosé you could enjoy with a steak.
4 bottles available, Table Wine – 92 points
Regular Price: $27.99/bottle
Sale Price: $23.79/bottle or $22.39 if you mix any six “Lonely Bottles”