The popular video game franchise now has wines to offer its subjects and they make great gifts too for the legal drinking age video gamer!
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It's holiday buying season and everyone is out there looking for the perfect gift. Here at GearBrain, you will find several articles on Black Friday Tech Deals as well as Holiday Gift Ideas which will help you find the perfect gift for your parents, grandparents, co-worker or even your "techie" friends. But one gift idea we really like is for a non-tech product.
If you are a video gamer, I'm sure you know of Assassin's Creed and most likely have played it. If you are not a gamer, I would be surprised if you haven't heard about it. The popular video game has been around since 2007 and there are over 20 iterations across computers, gaming consoles, smartphones and handheld devices. There was even an Assassin's Creed movie which came out in 2016. Now, there is a new addition to the Assassin's Creed family, a line of wines under the brand's name. If you are a gamer and can legally drink alcohol, you need to add these wines to your Assassin's Creed collection.
The company behind Assassin's Creed, Ubisoft, has teamed up with Lot18 to create the Assassin's Creed wines. Lot18 has extensive experience in working with brands to produce entertainment wine tie-ins. They produced Lord of the Rings wines as well as wines for Saturday Night Live franchise.
The Assassin's Creed wine collection consists of six wines today. If you like white wine, you will be able to get 2017 Aveline de Grandpré wine (Appellation Côtes du Rhône Contrôlée) and a 2017 Arno Dorian wine (a Qualitätswein Niederösterreich Zweigelt.) If you like red wine, there will be four different varietals to choose: 2017 Altaïr Ibn-La'ahad wine (Loire Valley IGP Cabernet Franc), a 2015 Bayek of Siwa wine (a Spanish Tempranillo), a 2016 Connor (a Horse Heaven Hills Cabernet Sauvignon), and a 2015 Ezio Auditore wine (a Super Tuscan Red Blend.)
The Assassin's Creed wines are available exclusively at Tasting Room. Each bottle costs $20. But, if you want the entire collection, no worries. All six varieties are available in a half case here for just $59 ($61 savings)!
If you are looking for the perfect holiday gift for you techie friend or hard-core gaming buddy (who of course is of legal drinking age), then you need to get this full collection of incredible wines. Just think how cool you will look drinking Ezio Auditore wine or Connor's big red wine while playing Assassin's Creed! And the wine is amazing too!
You can follow this link to get $61 off a half case or
Exclusively at Lot18.
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