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You’ll Never Have Steak Without This Again

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Do you eat your steak with a cocktail? …white wine? Or worse, a beer?

If so, you’re missing out on the perfect pairing for a juicy steak dinner – red wine.

It’s easy to remember… red meat gets red wine.

And there is no better red wine that pairs with a big steak than an Argentine malbec.

But not just any Argentine malbec… I’m talking about extreme altitude malbec (ordering through this link and the links below benefit Gateway Pundit – thank you!)

If you want to get the best taste out of your steak, you’ve got to try these wines from the extreme altitudes of Argentina.

I’m talking some of the most remote vineyards (at altitudes of up to 9,000 ft) known to man, deep in the Andes mountains.

They’re unlike any other wine you’ve had before. They taste as rugged as the land itself. Blackberry, leather, smoke, dark cherry…

Up until now, you’d have to travel thousands of miles just to get your hands on a single bottle. So you’ll be one of the first Americans to ever taste them…

Hell, I nearly died trying to find some of these remote vineyards… They’re that special!

Want to give them a try?

Today, I’m giving The Gateway Pundit readers $60 off these special wines, plus 50% off shipping. No need for a promo code.

If you enjoy wine… if you’d like to taste wine as it truly should taste paired with a delicious steak dinner, click here.

Will Bonner

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