I've bought some at 20% off. Regarding those that are now 50% off, I already bought the ones that I'm interested in last fall when they were "just" 40% off!
2013 Two Hands Shiraz Bella's Garden
Code # 72739 Originally $59.99 down to $47.99. Oh, for the good old days of getting the 2007 vintage of this as a Chairman's for just $35.99 (and later $19.99 on clearance). Back then I bought several and each one was better than the last, implying I drank them all too early. So I'll try to sit on this one for a while.
2014 Perrier Savoie Abymes Cuvee Gastronomie
Code # 49783 Originally $12.99 down to $10.39. Not a huge price break but it's a great wine. We had the 2011 Savoie Apremont Cuvee Gastronomie for $11.99 as a Chairman's a few years back. If that was any indication, this is probably nearing the end of its life. I need to open my bottle to see.
2013 Cakebread Chardonnay Napa Valley (375mL)
Code # 42876 Originally $23.99 down to $19.19. I love this in half bottles, great for weeknights. I grabbed a handful.
2001 Chateau Gruaud-Larose St. Julien
Code 45214 Originally 116.99 down to $58.49. A ridiculous deal, I bought this up last fall at 40% off and paid around $75/bottle including sales tax, and have been very happy with each of the three bottles I've opened so far. Far better than the CT 90.5 average score IMO, and drinking beautifully right now. To pavineco's point, there's basically none left - 2 in Luzerne County and 3 in York - but if you're in either place or want to transfer it in, it would be well worth your time and $ (assuming they weren't sitting in the window).
2011 Vincent Girardin Puligny-Montrachet Vielles Vignes
Code 45021 Originally $55.99 down to $27.99. Ditto the Gruaud-Larose, just 3 bottles remain in the state and they're in York. Yum yum.
2014 Jean Luc Colombo St. Peray Belle De Mai
Code 49691 Originally $39.99 down to $31.99. I bought a couple of these last year at the non-sale price and am considering reloading. You can think of St. Peray as basically the appellation for white wine made in Cornas. It's 40% Marsanne/60% Rousanne. Jean Luc knows what he's doing!
A fine example of both Oregon Pinot as well as the LCB's buggy inventory tracking system, code #47365 is 2012 Cristom Pinot Noir Sommers Reserve, on sale from $47.99 down to $38.39. I've had a bunch of these in both full and half bottles and have loved them all. Opinions vary but I think it's just coming into its drinking window. It does not show up AT ALL on FWaGS.com...can't find it by name, or code, or anything. The only reason I know it's on sale is I saw the blue tag at a store. However it IS listed in the old inventory system here:http://www.lcbapps.lcb.state.pa.us/webapp/Product_Management/psi_ProductLocation_inte r.asp?cdeNo=47365
Oh yeah, don't forget the Guigal La-La's, the 2009s were rated 100 by WA and 98 by WS, sale price of $249.99 is lowest in the nation by a good margin. Code #s are 48514, 48517, and 48520. Just a couple bottles left of each, would probably need to transfer but if they're within your budget you probably wouldn't regret it.