Bounty Hunter Rare Wine & Provisions Releases Latest Catalog

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Now entering its 14th year, Bounty Hunter Rare Wine & Provisions has released its 2007 catalog offering for the fall and holiday season.

Bounty Hunter Catalog

Focusing on rare and highly coveted releases, the Bounty Hunter catalog has become an access vehicle to Wine Country for connoisseurs across the U.S. and worldwide. The Napa-based company emphasizes highly-rated, limited-production wines from California, and this edition also includes forays into Italy, Burgundy, Bordeaux, Australia and Chile.

The expanded publication includes a number of gift offerings -- including the "Legends of the Fall" dream case for $1,595... a luxury liquid indulgence to be certain. Additionally featured are wine-related accessories such as handmade Laguiole corkscrews, several lines of crystal stemware and decanters from Schott Zwiesel, various bottle travel carriers and a selection of wine art from Willi's Wine Bar in Paris.

Proprietor Mark Pope estimates that he and his team taste at least five-thousand wines each in year in their pursuit of "great stuff". Recognizing the company's standards of quality and the value of national exposure in 1.5 million catalogs, wineries are constantly presenting new releases for consideration. The catalog represents the best-of-class across categories with finds ranging from "Steals and Deals" as low as $10.95 to names like Gaja, Penfolds, Caymus and Hourglass.

About Bounty Hunter:
Founded by former pharmaceutical executive Mark Pope, Bounty Hunter Rare Wine & Provisions is a nationally-recognized purveyor of rare wines and luxury lifestyle goods. Based in Napa Valley, Bounty Hunter publishes two catalogs each year focusing on sought-after releases from wineries around the world. In addition to the catalog and website, the company offers 10 different wine clubs ranging from $49.95 monthly to $599.95 quarterly. The Bounty Hunter also operates a critically-acclaimed Wine Bar and Bistro in the heart of downtown Napa.


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