All reviews are from people who have redeemed deals with this merchant.
· August 2, 2018
· August 1, 2018
· May 14, 2018
What You'll Get
A glass of wine around dinnertime can help take your mind off the stresses of the workday or the odd burning smell in the kitchen. Unwind with this Groupon.
- $29.99 for six 50 mL bottles of wine and six 750 mL bottles of wine, including shipping ($99.94 value)
After sampling the six 50 mL bottles in the wine tasting kit, wine lovers answer questions about the mini bottles online and get a personal wine profile tailored to their tastes. The six full-size bottles are then selected using that wine profile. Every three months after joining Tasting Room, customers will receive another 12 bottles for $149 + $19.99 shipping and tax until canceled by the customer; customers may cancel at any time.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 180 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Online only. Memberships will be automatically renewed every 3 months with 12 bottles at $149+ shipping and tax until cancelled by customer; customers may cancel membership at any time. Final sale–no returns unless defective. Must be 21+ years of age to order. Ships only to listed states. Adult signature required at delivery. New customers only. Wine selection will vary. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Tasting Room
It's easy to find a wine that you like with the help of the wine club Tasting Room. First, wine lovers receive a wine-tasting kit that includes six 50 mL bottles of red and white wine. They then rate their preferences so that Tasting Room can devise a unique wine profile for them. This "wine print" helps the team assemble a bundle of tasty wines suited to each individual's preferences that will be delivered straight to their doors.
The Tasting Room wine club is an offshoot of Lot 18, which represents a collection of fine wines curated by a team of experts. The rule is simple for whether or not a wine makes the cut: if the owners of Lot 18 wouldn't spend their own money on it, they won't stock it at their place of business. The selection that they do keep in stock is navigable by type—red or sparkling, for example—by variety, by region, and by what shade of purple your lips will be after you drink it.