There are about as many reasons to sign yourself up for a wine club subscription as there are reasons to drink wine. Deciding what type of wine club is right for you and then which specific wine club(s) to join is a fairly simple process.
Start your search with wine clubs that ship to your state. This is highly recommended! Because of the complex interstate liquor laws in the United States, not every wine club can ship to every state and you don’t want to be disappointed after you pick out the perfect wine club and discover you can’t receive the wine. After researching I found Laithwaite’s Wine Club shipped to TN which I found out not many wine clubs ship to TN plus I loved their wine selection because it is a combination of international wines, California wines, and you can receive both red and white wines.
Go for Introductory Offers. Many wine clubs offer freebies as an incentive to get you to sign up. Take advantage of this where you can. You may get new wine glasses, a professional corkscrew, or even a discount on the first month’s shipment. Laithwaite’s introductory offer drew me in because of the low prices they offer. This fantastic offer gives you 15 delicious wines for just $4.67 a bottle. You’ll uncork top-vintage California Cabernet and award-winning Argentine Malbec, plus exciting finds from France, Italy, Spain and beyond. You will receive free tasting notes about each wine and you can choose reds, whites or a mix of both for the same low price. Visit www.laithwaiteswine.com for more information.
Go Premium. Something that often holds us back from buying nicer wine is that we’re afraid we won’t like and will have wasted our money. Most wine clubs offer a Satisfaction Guarantee and they have professionals picking the wines. Between these two perks, we think upgrading to premium wines when choosing a wine club is an excellent way to discover the artistry of fine wine.
With these tips in mind, you’ll be well on your way to enjoying wine at home in a convenient and exciting way!