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Monday, December 09, 2019

This Wine Subscription Service Is Like Your Personal Sommelier — For $7 A Bottle

If you enjoy wine, there’s a good chance you’ve thought about becoming a budding oenophile (look it up…we’ll wait). Sure, it’s fun work, but work nonetheless. Thankfully, you can bypass a lot of the trial and error part of wine curation with a little help from Winc.

Right now with this deal in The National Memo Store, Winc will not only help you pick four bottles of wine suited specifically to your taste, but they’ll do it for half off.

Sure, you could take classes or pester the guy at the liquor store, but Winc has the process of identifying wines you’d like down to a science. With a Winc subscription, you answer a handful of questions about what you like and what you don’t. Then Winc crunches the numbers and offers up options tailored directly to your palate.

Whether you follow their recommendations or go rogue, their massive wine cellar is at your disposal, ready to be shipped directly to your door. With Winc, you won’t just get a bottle of wine — each selection is accompanied by flavor notes, stories of the winemakers, even a recommended food pairing to get the most out of your pick.

Normally, Winc bottles run about $13 each, but with this limited time offer, you’ll get $52 worth of wine for only $26. Get wine you’ll love at a budget price by locking in this deal now.

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