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DIY PVC Wine Rack

DIY PVC Wine Rack

Once you've gathered more than a couple bottles of wine, you're going to need a wine rack to keep your bottles organized. If you buy more wine than you drink, like I tend to do, ...

Wine Insiders Groupon Offer

Wine Insiders Groupon Offer

Groupon is currently running an offer for 6 or 12 bottles of red, white, or mixed wine for $35 (for the 6 bottles) or $75 (for the 12 bottle option). The deal also comes with a ...

Give Wine from Club W

Give Wine from Club W

Club W has introduced a new site, GiveWine.com, where you can (you guessed it) give wine. It's more than just giving wine, but it's not giving a wine club. Instead, these are ...

2015 Black Friday Wine Club Deals

2015 Black Friday Wine Club Deals

Black Friday is here, and while many people wake up in the middle of the night to stand in line, smart shoppers know the deals are found online. Here are the current wine club ...

Up to 40% Off Gold Medal Wine Club

Up to 40% Off Gold Medal Wine Club

Gold Medal Wine Club's Early Bird specials are coming to an end, and so are your chances of saving up to 40% on a wine club gift! From now until November 15th, you can save ...

25% Off The California Wine Club

25% Off The California Wine Club

The California Wine Club has started their holiday promotion, offering gift-givers 25% off the Premier Series on gifts of 3+ months. The Premier Series is one of the top-rated ...

HalloWINE – Pairing Wine and Halloween Candy

HalloWINE – Pairing Wine and Halloween Candy

Halloween is just around the corner and you're probably wondering: what wine can I drink with my kids' candy? Fear not! We at the Wine Club Group have you covered. Here's the ...

Coffee and Wine – How They Go Together

Coffee and Wine – How They Go Together

Today is National Coffee Day which got us thinking: how does your choice in coffee affect your choice in wine? These beverages may seem unrelated, but they're not! Club W Wine ...

Everything Nice 2013 White Blend from Club W

Everything Nice 2013 White Blend from Club W

If you're a fan of sweet wines (or would rather drink your cupcakes rather than eat them), Club W has a wine for you: the 2013 Everything Nice. What is Everything Nice? ...

Pinot Noir Wine Club – “Peeno Noir” Video (Funny — and great for Pinot Noir Wine Lovers!)

Pinot Noir Wine Club – “Peeno Noir” Video (Funny — and great for Pinot Noir Wine Lovers!)

We've been watching Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt on Netflix, and Titus Andromedon's music video, Peeno Noir, caught our attention If you listened carefully, he's not talking about ...

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Vinesse Wines Sparkling Wine Club
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Vinesse Wines Sparkling Wine Club

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    wineclubreview August 26, 2013 at 7:01 pm

    Just opened a bottle of Edelzwicker direct from the fridge and it’s still a bit syrup-y for my taste. I like my whites to run like water. It’s probably the sweetest wine I’d drink, yet near the bottom of the sweet spectrum for my wife.

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    wineclubreview March 24, 2014 at 8:02 am

    When I researched my post, I found that a corkage fee of $30 at a restaurant with a wine list implies they don’t want you bringing your own bottle. Not saying you CAN’T, but that they’d prefer if you bought one of theirs.

    It’d have to be a pretty special bottle of wine if I’m paying a $30 corkage fee. If the bottle cost me $30, the price just doubled.

    I don’t see Bricks of Northville’s wine list posted, so I don’t know what they offer, but if I were going there, I’d probably buy from them.

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    wineclubreview November 16, 2018 at 7:53 am

    Thanks, William, I’ve updated our list. The shipping rules change regularly and we try to stay updated, but you can always see the latest directly from Firstleaf at https://www.wineclubgroup.com/go/help.firstleaf.club/shipping

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    wineclubreview November 1, 2018 at 6:52 am

    Hi John – We simply review wine clubs; we’re not the clubs that take your credit card and ship the wine to you. You can reach the Vinesse customer service center by calling 800-823-5527 from 6 AM to 5 PM Pacific Time, Monday – Friday or via email, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week by emailing service@vinesse.com

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    wineclubreview May 8, 2018 at 8:38 am

    Hi Jo Ann – you’ll have to contact Firstleaf directly to cancel your subscription:

    Go to https://www.wineclubgroup.com/go/firstleaf.club/unsubscribe
    Login, if not already signed in
    Select your reason for cancelling, and then click “Cancel Subscription”

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    wineclubreview May 8, 2018 at 8:38 am

    Hi Jane – we’re not Firstleaf, we only reviewed their club. To cancel:

    Go to https://www.wineclubgroup.com/go/firstleaf.club/unsubscribe
    Login, if not already signed in
    Select your reason for cancelling, and then click “Cancel Subscription”

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    wineclubreview January 16, 2014 at 4:58 pm

    Hi Sherilyn,

    The Dulce de Leche and Thank U Berry Munch are two cookies I’m also familiar with, although I prefer others.

    Dulce de Leche – while I have no problem making other Girl Scout cookies bite-size, Dule de Leche are smaller, making them bite-size for most everyone else. But what do you reach for to rinse down those milk caramel chips? Sparkling wine! If you don’t have a bottle of sparkling wine available, Pinot Gris would work as a substitute.

    Thank U Berry Much – with chunks of white fudge and cranberries, I love these cookies because cranberries are good for you, so I call these cookies “healthy.” I keep going back to it, but a light Pinot Noir would be great with these.

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    wineclubreview January 15, 2014 at 9:11 am

    Hi Debra,

    This is one I learned early: peanut butter = Riesling. It’s that simple!

    The reason I don’t mention Riesling with the Tagalongs (which also contain Peanut Butter) is because the Tagalongs are covered in chocolate. But a Reisling will go great with your Do-Si-Do’s!

    Eric

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    wineclubreview December 8, 2013 at 11:23 am

    Hi Donna – not via Zagat Wine Club. Your options are to order the club yourself, then cancel as soon as you get the first shipment, or look at another source. Naked Wines may be good, as you can get a case for $40. Use our link, deposit $40 and you’ll have $140 to shop with. The “What NakedWines.com is All About Case” is $139.99, and shipping is free!

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    wineclubreview September 20, 2013 at 9:19 am

    That sounds amazing – I agree all the way! 🙂

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    wineclubreview November 14, 2012 at 3:36 pm

    Hi Bodie – this case was given to me to review, so there’s no need to worry about it (disclosure). And based on what I read online, other people liked this wine.

    Readers / fan – this just goes to show you how AWESOME Naked Wines customer service is!

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    wineclubreview September 8, 2012 at 11:16 am

    I think you described my preferences spot-on. I lean towards the crisp whites during the summer, but now that things are cooling off, I look forward to getting back into the reds.

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    wineclubreview September 8, 2012 at 11:15 am

    Moscato is really popular these days – my wife’s go-to wine lately.

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