Bounty Hunter Rare Wine & Provisions Releases Fall 2010 Catalog

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Now in its 16th year, Bounty Hunter Rare Wine & Provisions has released its 2010 wine catalog offering for the Fall and Holiday season.

Bounty Hunter Wine Bar

It takes more than a dance or two to get acquainted.

Focusing on rare and highly coveted wine releases, the Bounty Hunter catalog has become an access vehicle to Wine Country for connoisseurs across the U.S. and worldwide. The company emphasizes highly-rated, limited-production wines from California, and also includes forays into France, Italy, Spain, the Southern Hemisphere and beyond.

Proprietor Mark Steven Pope, "A.K.A the Bounty Hunter," estimates that he and his team of Wine Scouts taste more than five-thousand wines each year in their pursuit of "great stuff." Recognizing the company's standards of quality and the value of national exposure in 2 million catalogs, prominent wineries present their new releases for consideration each year, and when selected, are offered to customers in the Bounty Hunter wine bar, catalog and online at the newly redesigned website; http://www.BountyHunterWine.com. The catalog features the best-of-the-best (such as Caymus, Diamond Creek, Justice, Opus One, Ramey and Ridge Vineyards) alongside "steals and deals," representing extraordinary values and great holiday and corporate gifts.

New customers to the Bounty Hunter are assigned a "Wine Scout," or personal sommelier. Bounty Hunter's Wine Scouts are made up of a talented group of wine professionals who share their passion, knowledge and experience with their customers to best serve them in their wine needs. This unique relationship is what the company was founded on and what sets them apart from other wine retailers. Regardless of price point, Bounty Hunter's Wine Scouts deliver wines to suit their loyal customer's palates. As Pope says, "It takes more than a dance or two to get acquainted."

The catalog also offers 12 different wine clubs ranging from $49.95 monthly to $599.95 quarterly. In addition to the company's retail business, the Bounty Hunter produces wines with winemaker Tim Milos under a variety of labels (i.e. Broken Spur, Justice, Pursuit, Streamside, Tin Star, and Waypoint to name a few). The Wine Spectator recently rated the Bounty Hunter's Justice Series Collection wines, giving the 2007 Blind Justice, Frontier Justice and Poetic Justice each a score of 92, placing them in the top echelon of wines from California. And, when in Napa, visit the Bounty Hunter Wine Bar & Smokin' BBQ which welcomes wine country visitors and locals into eclectic western comfort and the best BBQ around.

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