This Cameron Hughes Sale Is the Perfect Opportunity to Stock Up on Exceptional Wine

Time to build up that cellar

Updated April 21, 2023 9:29 am
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For the wine drinker who doesn't care about labels.
Cameron Hughes

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Now until this Sunday 4/23, imported wines from online négociant Cameron Hughes are 35% off their regular prices. Cameron Hughes already offers high-end wines for a fraction of the price, so this sale is the perfect opportunity to snag a decadent Cabernet Sauvignon from Argentina or a new Italian sparkling wine at a tremendous value. No promo code is required.

Founded in 2001 by Cameron Hughes and his partner Jessica Kogan, the site doesn’t operate its own vineyard or produce any of its own wine — which is confusing considering every bottle has a label with “Cameron Hughes” on it. Instead, the company’s sole mission is to find consumers the best wine and negotiate the cost down to a reasonable price. How do they do it? Well, it seems Cameron Hughes is quite the negotiator.

Per the company, Cameron Hughes is tight with top wineries and producers worldwide — to the extent that they sometimes buy unlabeled bottles of wine or wine still in the barrel. These deals are made discreetly and are often bound by an agreement that promises to keep the winery they’ve sourced the wine from anonymous. 

It’s how you could be sipping a $100 bottle of Napa Cabernet for a third of the price — or with the site’s current promotion, for even less.


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