A Limited Time Offer


Hello everyone, hope all is well. Can you believe Thanksgiving and the holiday season is quickly approaching? The year is flying by and there is still so much to do; meal planning, shopping, party planning, gift buying, wrapping presents…the list is endless.

However, it is never to early to get a jump on your Thanksgiving and holiday wine shopping. Like I have said before, we are so appreciative of all the outpouring of kindness we have received since the release of our wines, we want to give back to you in any way we can.

We knew we wanted to have a special one-time offer for Thanksgiving. Did you know more wine is consumed on Thanksgiving than any other American holiday. Well, we would be thrilled if our wines were on your table for your Thanksgiving meal. 

Our Pinot Noir and Pinot Gris are quintessential food wines and will pair perfectly with everything from turkey to sweet potatoes, appetizers to creamed spinach, cheese plates to herbed stuffing, roasted carrots to braised brussels sprouts…we’ve got you covered.

Pinot Gris: Shimmering-gold in color, this Pinot Gris sparkles in the glass with aromas of citrus blossom, green apple, mineral, and wet stone on the nose. Great purity and intensity balanced by juicy palate-coating flavors of fresh Meyer lemon, zesty lime, orange peel and underlying hints of grapefruit essence.  The wine is framed by ripe acidity, making an exhilarating dance across the palate.  Extremely food-friendly with a compelling and nicely persistent dry finish.

Pinot Noir: Elegant, refined and Old World in style, Noble Pig Pinot Noir is light in body with a seamless layering of red cherry, cranberry and spicy strawberry aromas on the nose. Terroir shines through with an intriguing and well-proportioned mix of loam, mineral and earth notes framed by red-licorice, rhubarb and wild berry mid-palate. The concentrated and intense flavor gains depth and nuance on the finish, where the flavors are detailed and structured. Will age nicely through 2015.

So for two days only, today and tomorrow (November 4th and 5th)Save 10% on 3-5 bottles, 15% on 6-11 bottles and 20% on 12 bottles of wine or more. If you are a wine club member, take an extra 5% off these prices (that’s an upwards of 25% off)–no additional discounts apply (i.e. wine already discounted through Crown Club sign up will not be discounted further). Just use the code, “Harvest Special” in the comments section at checkout. Discount will be given before your credit card is charged but will not show up on your checkout page.

If you are NOT a wine club member and would like to become one, send an email to [email protected] before placing your order and I will help you get set up.

Would you like to send your wine ahead to your destination or send a gift to someone? No problem, we can ship to as many locations as you like.

A Noble Pig “Crown Club” membership also makes a great holiday gift. Please consider us when you are putting together your shopping list.

Again thank you again for all your support and kindness.

Did I mention another a giveaway is coming soon?  I guess I might have.

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10 Comments

  1. Dana 1

    Oh thank you, this is quite a savings. I never know what wine to serve on T-day and everyone always says Pinot Noir so I’m doing it…going to order some.

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  2. I have always loved Gewurztraminer with a Thanksgiving meal, after reading this I am going to go with trying the Pinot Gris! Thank you

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  3. Dumb question – does Harvest Special have to be in quotes? Thanks!

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  4. Noble Pig 4

    NO!! The discount will be taken off by the winery when your order is processed. It will not shw u at checkout:).

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  5. Traci Ross 5

    All of my pots and pans and cookware are old, bent, mismatched, and rusted and need to be replaced badly!

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  6. farnaz nekouee 6

    My poor blender I have had since I got married in 2002 ! It finally broke down on me after making homemade tomatillo sauce for my fave enchiladas ever. I dont like the canned/bottled stuff so I love to make my own . The last time I made it the rubber around the bottom of my blender just got shred to pieces. It was a big melty, goopy mess of black rubber- I was soooo bummed. I was hoping to get another year out of that poor guy :-) I hope to be able to get a new one so I can make some more of my yummy sauce :-)

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  7. Kiki 7

    Lovely special, but I live in PA. Land of the unfree grapes….

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  8. Michelle 8

    Spatulas and measuring spoons….my son uses mine as teething toys!!

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  9. amy paden 9

    my frying pan. its “non-stick” surface started flaking shortly after i graduated from college 11 years ago, but we’re still using it. sigh.

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  10. sherry evans 10

    Our beloved toaster has the battle of keeping his parts in place. The left side of our four slice toaster no longer has a plastic grip, just a metal strip that gets hot and needs an oven mit if touching it. LOL sad, i know

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