We’ve all grown accustomed to the new world order. And until we can go out and experience the world again like we used to, we’ll settle for the next best thing: bringing the world to our door.
And if ever there was a time for wine (and lots of it), it’s now.
So even if you don’t know a bung from a sommelier, you can get yourself fully versed on wine by sampling some of the world’s best with this $155 credit towards 12 bottles of wine delivered directly to you courtesy of Winc Wine Delivery.
Winc’s been up and running for almost a decade, curating a spectacular collection of the world’s top wines. But their stockpile isn’t what brings fans back over and over again — it’s Winc’s game-changing ability to determine the exact wines that you’ll actually like before you even taste a drop.
Using a simple six-question survey, the wine experts at Winc customize choices that fit your exclusive tastes. Armed with Winc’s recommendations, you can let them curate a 12-bottle experience of wines you’re likely to love, or you can go rogue and pick ‘em all on your own.
Whether you’re a Chardonnay fan, a Pinot Noir devotee, or a connoisseur of the Merlot (unlike Paul Giamatti in “Sideways”), you’ll have over 100 different varieties to choose from. Whether you want a classic from France, a homegrown California specialty, or an adventurous vintage from Italy, Spain, or Argentina, they’re all here.
Meanwhile, Winc wants to offer a little education with your booze as well, including a host of flavor notes, vineyard backstories, and food pairing ideas to go along with each and every bottle.
With summer coming fast and quarantine orders falling, now’s a great time to stock up for outings with friends — and with this assortment, you’ll also look like a true wine expert with each bottle you serve.
This coupon gets you $155 off a 12-bottle order from Winc, and right now, it’s on sale for just $93.99. Drink up in style!
Prices are subject to change.
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