My first virtual wine event filled up to Zoom’s 100-seat capacity in 90 minutes, so I’m doing more: “Summertime Slayers ☀️” (plus Q&A) Wed., May 13th (8pm ET/5pm PT). Like before, expect this event to fill up fast 🐇, so please register at this link if you are interested.
Tickets are at the pandemic-friendly price of $15/each and if you choose to order the wines, they will ship fast and are in sufficient quantities at Wine.com.
For a full listing or my virtual wine events, click here.
How about some Perrier Jouet with over 70 years of age?
Don’t wait: you MUST use this crazy corona crisis as a reason to crack open one of your special bottles. Featured wine: remarkably crisp, hazelnutty, creme brulee-like Champagne Perrier-Jouët Grand Brut Champagne 1949 “Reserved for Great Britain”.✨
By popular demand and for betterment of your bunker, I am doing a FREE, fun, and unbiased virtual wine tasting: “Killer, Under-$20 Wine” (plus Q&A)”. This will kick off my “Wine for Your Bunker LIVE” Series. The tasting is Wednesday, May 6th at 8pm ET/5PM PT.
So bring your own bottle, OR taste along with the exact wines that I will be presenting (though this is not a prerequisite).
The virtual wine tasting’s three wines are listed below and available for purchase at Wine.com.
Shipping from Wine.com typically takes 1-2 days, though some destinations will be longer. There are date-specific delivery options for your shipment on the final page of checkout.
We expect this virtual wine tasting to fill up fast 🐇. Please register while seats last.
And speaking of the Ferrari Winery mentioned above, you might want to check out this video I did with Ferrari’s top-of-the-line wine and Champagne coupes that Kate Moss had molded on her left breast (for real). Fancier and better made than Prosecco, they and other Trento DOC wines are a fabulous value at all price points. You can often taste an alpine freshness in these Italian bubblies – which fits wine that comes from the Dolomites — that is, the Italian Alps.
Please be sure to check MarkOldman.com and also my social media channels for additional virtual wine tastings.
Have you invested in your bottle of distillery hand sanitizer yet?
Support your local distillery, and help flatten the curve, by investing in bottles of hand sanitizer that over 600 distilleries are now making for the pandemic. You’ll be showing it to future generations as an artifact of this crazy time. Featured bottle: Kings County Distillery glass flask hand sanitizer ✨ (Brooklyn, NY).
Here is a comprehensive, national list of distilleries making their own hand sanitizer.
As the weather warms, you should be drinking CHILLED Beaujolais 🍷, one of the great chillable and affordable red wines. Featured wine: medium-bodied, strawberry-and-spice, approachable Maison L’Envoye “Terre de Thé” Moulin-à-Vent 2017 (Beaujolais, France, $20).