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Acumen with CellarPassTV Thursday, April 16, 6 p.m. Pacific

As we adjust to this temporary “new normal,” we are all looking for new ways to connect, which is why we are excited to announce that on Thursday, April 16th, at 6 pm Pacific Acumen will be featured on CellarPassTV. Created for wine lovers, CellarPassTV is a unique and interactive wine entertainment experience that you can participate in from home. Hosted by Acumen’s own dynamic Diana Schweiger, and CellarPassTV’s The Vineyard Vixen Sarah Elliman, CellarPassTV is like a virtual cocktail party with lively conversation, stories from inside the wine world, and most importantly, a guided online tasting of three acclaimed Acumen wines!

Here’s how it works:

1. Order one of our Acumen Tasting Packs by April 3rd (w/ $10 flat-rate shipping!)

2. Reserve your place for Acumen’s CellarPassTV Tasting  

3. Log in on April 16th for 45 minutes of fun!

Acumen Tasting 2-Pack - $75

2019 Acumen Mountainside Sauvignon Blanc 2018 Acumen Mountainside Red Wine Acumen

Tasting Trio - $300

2019 Acumen Mountainside Sauvignon Blanc

2018 Acumen Mountainside Red Wine

2013 Acumen PEAK Cabernet Sauvignon (Library selection!)

While we’ll explore all three of the acclaimed wines featured above during this unique online experience, because every palate (and budget) is different, we are offering both 2- and 3-pack options. As always, your club discount (10%, 15% or 20% depending on level) will apply, and we’ll be providing $10 flat-rate shipping on all orders. Non-club members will also enjoy $10 flat-rate shipping, as well as a 10% savings on any order of six bottles or more—making this a great time to refill your wine racks! We hope that you will be able to join us at this wonderful event, where both the conversation and wine will be flowing. Until then, may your home be blessed with good spirits and good health.

Warm regards,

The Acumen Team

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