The World’s Most Remote Wine (Bonus Wine Inside)

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Do you enjoy a glass of wine with dinner? Maybe while in the backyard entertaining friends?

Are you tired of drinking those flimsy wines you find at most supermarkets?

You know the kind… the cheap throat-burning reds…the syrupy yellow whites…

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If so, you need to try wine from the most isolated wine valley in the world.

Where do these wines come from?

The location might surprise you…

This region is one of the wine industry’s best kept secrets (ordering through this link and the links below benefits Gateway Pundit – thank you!)

5,000 miles away… lies a little valley, surrounded by miles of desert on one side and the jagged peaks of the Andes mountains on the other…

A “hidden wine valley” known as the Calchaquí…

Where cowboys are setting out on cattle drives across the high plains to summer pastures…

…women are waking to work their looms in the early dawn’s light…

… And on the highest malbec vines in the world (9,000+ ft), grapes are facing conditions so extreme that they barely survive.

Winemakers, they say, like their grapes to get a bit of challenge.

But here, they cling to the edge of survival.

Were they any other kind of grapes…they’d probably never make it.

That’s why Calchaquí wine is almost impossible to find here in America… you can’t even get it at the finest restaurant in Manhattan.

Entire vintages sell out in 24 hours to private lists of well-connected buyers.

A single bottle – if you have to buy it retail – can go for over $500…

When I popped my first bottle of this bold (almost black) wine… I understood why.

I first got a hint of smoke…

…then came the blackberry, the herbs, the leather… a hint of charred earth drifting across my palate… and an incredible, rugged mouthfeel.

It’s a wine unlike any you’ve ever tasted (even if you’ve had Argentine malbec before).

Plus, no “oak” extracts or dyes. No excess sugar. And up to 10 times more naturally occurring resveratrol than other red wines.

Up until now, you’d have to travel thousands of miles (and a 5 hour drive on treacherous dirt roads) just to get your hands on a single bottle.

Heck, I nearly died trying to find some of these remote vineyards… The wine is that special!

Want to give them a try?

As a special 4th of July deal, I’ve arranged special access for Gateway Pundit readers to be among the first Americans to reserve this rare supply of high altitude wine…

If you order today, you’ll not only get a huge discount & complimentary shipping…

You’ll also get a bonus bottle of small-batch, limited production wine from our exclusive cellar.

That’s 4 bottles for the price of 3!

These wines are small batch and will sell out fast, so we do ask that you act today if you are interested.

Will Bonner

P.S. You may think that these wines must be $100+ a bottle. Not by a long shot. Click here…

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