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National Review Wine Club

National Review Wine ClubAnother new wine club has hit our radar, but something looked awfully familiar with this one. The National Review Wine Club.
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This club specifically promotes 12 “world-class” wines for $69.99. The current offer is two free bottles with your first shipment. You can choose only reds, only whites, or a mixed case.

The mixed case includes

  1. National Review Wine Club Tasting Notes2013 Rene Clement Blanc
  2. 2011 Chateau Clos La Chapelle Bordeaux
  3. 2013 Silver Pony Ranch Merlot
  4. 2013 Knoll Haven Winery Chardonnay
  5. NV Veuve Valmante “Vin Mousseux' Sparkling Brut
  6. 2010 Kunza Gran Reserva Cabernet-Carmenere
  7. 2013 Matchmaker Viognier
  8. 2012 Vicomte Edmond H. Coussergue Pinot Noir
  9. 2009 Cota 585 Rioja
  10. 2012 Camden Place Cabernet Sauvignon
  11. 2013 Long Street Winery Sauvignon Blanc
  12. 2012 Marisco Vineyards ‘The King's Favour' Sauvignon Blanc

Future shipments are delivered in the spring, summer, fall, holiday & winter and billed at $143.99. All shipments, including your first shipment, are shipped for $19.99. And like most good wine clubs, come with tasting notes.

Seem familiar? We thought so, too, so we dug a little deeper and found Vinesse Wines is behind the National Review Wine Club.

Why would a club like Vinesse come out with another club, and try to hide that they're behind it? Well Vinesse doesn't have the best reputation in the industry. In fact, our post, “Is American Cellars Wine Club a Scam?” is one of the most popular pages on our website.

If you're looking to get a case club, steer clear of the National Review Wine Club and look at the WSJ Wine Club instead.

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