Choosing the right wine can be difficult, as you must account for factors like budget, food pairings, and how well it will breathe inside a collectible Star Wars cup. Be prepared with this Groupon.
$45 for a collection of six bottles of wine (a $96 total value)
- Two white wines (a $26 value)
- One red wine (a $13 value)
- Three Curator's Choice red wines (a $57 value)
All of the wines will be preselected by Club W. Buyers must pay an extra $9.99 shipping fee. Some of the wines included are the 2012 Cosmopolitan Sauvignon Blanc, 2010 MRLT, 2011 Score Red Blend, 2012 Geronimo Chardonnay, 2011 #TBT Pinot Noir, and 2012 The Specialist Cabernet Sauvignon.
Customers who sign up for a "Club W Monthly Experience" when redeeming will receive free shipping for their Groupon order.
Club W's diverse team of wine curators, each trained as sommeliers, strive to establish a dialogue with their customers free of intimidating platitudes and overwhelming jargon. Working together in an online community, they select and source unique, small-production wines from across America and around the globe. The curators choose 12 new bottles each month, creating a rotating selection of featured and limited-quantity Curator's Choice wines that ship in packages of three or more. Club W was featured as one of the online clubs you'll want to join on the Today Show and Forbes, and Redbook called them one of the 13 subscriptions to sign up for now.
Members can customize the packages on their own and change them from month to month, but the Club W curators can also make informed, personal recommendations using a Palate Profile based on individual tastes. Either way, the curators walk members through each bottle with a short instructional video, accessible via a QR code on each label. In these videos, they outline each producer's background, each varietal's region of origin, and a few tasting notes.
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