64 MORE wine medals for nakedwines.com!

Published by The Naked Narrators - 1st Dec 2018

Critics are laying gold medals at your feet! You should be so proud

Your winemakers, super-powered by your Angel support, left critics’ jaws on the floor this year — collecting 64 wine medals in the US alone!

Earlier this year, 44 of your wines won prestigious medals at the San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition – 1 Best of Class, 10 Double Gold, 10 Gold, 18 Silver, and 5 Bronze. Wowza.

And you just cleaned up in New Orleans — where your wines took home 20 more awards, including Gold, Double Gold and Best in Class (again!)


Pop the (double gold) bubbly!

You’ve got impeccable taste. Now the world knows it.

This is your win, too. Your support gives winemakers the chance to craft the wines they love.

Together, we’re a motley crew of passionate wine drinkers and talented winemakers — and we’re showing the world what we can do (win lots of medals, that’s what).


Wine prices usually skyrocket after winning prestigious awards like these…

Wines like Oregon Pinot and Napa Cabernet always sell quickly.
…with these wins, their sales have more than doubled! And it’s the same for all your winners.

Most wine businesses would use this opportunity to hike up prices and pitch an expensive allocation program.

And suddenly, the people who used to enjoy and support the wine can’t afford to drink it any longer. Does that seem right?


You have to know that I harvest every grape with you in mind, knowing it’s Angels who keep making my dreams possible.”
– Stephen Millier, 3rd Annual nakedwines.com Winemaker of the Year


These wines wouldn’t exist without you, so it would be wrong to suddenly charge you more for them.

Don’t worry – no matter how many awards we haul in this year or next, your exclusive Angel savings is set in stone!

S.P. Drummer Oakville Napa Cabernet - exclusive for Angels


Where else can you get Double Gold Napa Cab (from an all-star winemaker) for prices like these?!


Fun fact — in these competitions, wines are judged by their list price. Some of them went head to head with wines that cost $65 a bottle. And we still walloped ‘em. Yippee-ki-yay, Angels. Yippee-ki-yay.