Trivia: answer to what would you pay for this wine?

Well, since I have gotten about 4 email solicitations this week to buy the wine, it is clearly in launch nationwide. Once again, here is the description:

“The 2000 Cabernet Sauvignon Napa Valley exhibits a saturated ruby/purple color in addition to a big, cocoa-scented nose, a sweet entry on the palate, medium body, and a short, abrupt finish. A modest success for the vintage, it is a friendly, easy-to-drink effort that should be consumed over the next 7-8 years.”

And the price is: $90! And that’s just the best price. I’ve seen it as high as $99.

And the wine is: Silver Oak.

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