Chester's Anvil Sampler

Yet another mega-favorite must-buy of every BerserkerDay - Chester’s Anvil - and this time it’s an amazing 4-pack sampler, and the price is stupid good, even for Jim Dietz.

Chester’s Anvil sampler

Chester’s Anvil is a joint venture between Lagier Meredith and Pott Wine. Steve Lagier, Carole Meredith, and Aaron and Claire Pott have been close friends and neighbors for ages and produce Chester’s Anvil as an excuse to work together and to write off their many shared wine dinners. There is never much of any one Chester’s Anvil wine, but they are always superb. This offer brings you 4 of the current releases. (Alas, there is simply not enough of the Mead Ranch Zinfandel to include it here.)

Regular retail price for these 4 wines is $140, so the BerserkerDay price of $100 represents a 30% discount.

Shipping is not included, but to give you an idea of shipping cost, ground shipping will be $23 to the Midwest or the East Coast and $17 to the West Coast.

1 x 2010 Gewürztraminer Mendocino
1 x 2010 Chardonnay Stagecoach Vineyard, Napa Valley
1 x 2010 Hattori Hanzo, Napa Valley
1 x 2010 Malbec, Mount Veeder, Napa Valley

Chester’s Anvil BerserkerPak:

Very nice offer. Shipping is a little high but otherwise very nice. IN!

We’ll start shipping these orders on Monday 2/4, weather permitting.

We are shipping to the South and the West Coast this week. Too cold for the Midwest and the Northeast. We’ll be watching the weather to see if it’s OK for next week.

Still too cold to ship to the Midwest and the Northeast. We’ll keep watching the weather.

For those of you in the Midwest and Northeast who are STILL waiting for your BerserkerDay shipments, we’re sorry but it has just been too cold. The wine travels across the country on I-80, passing through Wyoming, Nebraska and Iowa. So even though it may be warm enough where you live, the travel path is still pretty cold. We’ll keep watching the weather and we hope to ship in a week or two.

OK, we’re gonna do it! Finally shipping the remaining BerserkerPaks on Monday April 1. (No fooling)