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Valentine’s Day is usually synonymous with flowers, chocolates and wine. Whether you go for a crisp white wine, a bold red or a pretty rosé, a good bottle of wine can make a romantic vacation even more special. Winc Wine Club is celebrating Valentine’s Day with a special sale for new customers, offering four bottles at one of the lowest prices we’ve seen.
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Up to monday 14 februarythe company is offering new Winc members four bottles of wine for just $24.95 with a coupon code VDAY25. This price is $5 down from the regular price of $29.95 for new subscribers and you’ll also get free shipping.
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So how does a Winc wine subscription work? Whether you want to be a wine connoisseur or just don’t know what to sip, the site offers a fun quiz to determine which wine blends will best suit your palate. Based on your answers, you’ll be shown four suggested bottles for you or you can choose your own if you know you have a few favorites. After your first mailing, Winc will use your quiz answers to curate different wine selections each month. You can suspend deliveries or cancel at any time without charge.
You can use the promo code VDAY25 to check out some of the site’s top-rated bottles like the 2020 Prismus Pinot Grigio, a light, dry white wine with citrus notes like green apple and lemon. The fresh flavors are crisp but not overpowering, making this crisp Pinot Grigio easy to sip. Normally listed for $17.99, Winc members can nab this bottle for $15.99 on its own or as one of four bottles for $24.95.
Do you prefer reds? Discover the 2020 Sister Snake Cabernet Sauvignon from Western Cape, South Africa, a full-bodied and silky wine with a taste of dark fruits. It has a list price of $14.99 and a Winc member price of $12.99. Add it to your first box for even more savings!
We loved the service for its user-friendly website, as well as Winc’s unique rotating selection of wines that keep it fresh. (Winc produces its own bottles and partners with independent winemakers and vintners to create them.) Our trade editor, Kate Tully Ellsworth, found herself “obsessed” after trying the service: her first set of four Winc’s chosen wines were all on point, including the red varietal that Kate didn’t think she liked. She also loved the sliding scale of flavors she received with each bottle, allowing her to jot down which flavors she tended to prefer over others for future reference.
If you already love wine or are eager to try new blends, this Winc Wine Subscription offer is one you won’t want to miss – sign up now.
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Prices were accurate at the time this article was published, but may change over time.