The Best $30 Gift of 2008

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AccidentalWine.com offers high value wine gifts to stretch holiday budgets this season.

None of the wines offered for the holidays are blemished or damaged label wines, but are the best deals we could negotiate for perfect label wines. These gift boxes are among the best values in any category that can be found. We know that budget constraints impact everyone and we want to respond to the economy with these gift boxes

Universally recognized as the new wine source for quality wines at low prices, The Accidental Wine Co. sells blemished label wines at discounts of 20-40% on their website at http://www.accidentalwine.com.

The Accidental Wine Co. specializes in finding great bargains for all consumers and has done just that with their carefully selected Holiday packages. "None of the wines offered for the holidays are blemished or damaged label wines, but are the best deals we could negotiate for perfect label wines. These gift boxes are among the best values in any category that can be found. We know that budget constraints impact everyone and we want to respond to the economy with these gift boxes," says Janice C. Lee, Master Imbiber and Co-Founder.

AccidentalWine.com has created two basic packages which arrive in a festive gift box with a personal gift card. The Holiday Cheer gift for $30 includes a 2002 Reignac Bordeaux with a 91 Parker rating along with a Bien Nacido Vineyard Chardonnay from Aliento. This package is a $50 value.

The second package, Season's Toasts matches the Reignac with a pink sparkling wine from Simonet-Febvre and is available for $43.

The company also offers gift subscriptions at remarkable savings. These subscriptions are filled with popular and highly rated wines with "accidental" labels. AccidentalWine.com carries a variety of specialty high-end bottles also at great discounts.

The Accidental Wine Co. is a unique concept designed to sell quality wines at the lowest prices anywhere. By introducing "accidental" or blemished label bottles the paradigm for value pricing shifts to AccidentalWine.com. The company prides itself in selling wine for less than any other wine vendor.

Contact Information:
Janice Lee, CMO, Master Imbiber
The Accidental Wine Co.
(323) 269 -9463
http://www.accidentalwine.com

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