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Pop! Out comes the cork, and you already know it’s going to be a lovely evening. There’s really no better way to enjoy the long summer days than by trying a new bottle of wine. Of course, you don’t always have the time to wander through the grocery store and wine shop aisles, hunting for the perfect bottle. It’s a lot easier to find the best wines online, where someone else has done the hunting, tasting, and choosing for you. It’s also a lot cheaper to buy wine online – check out these deals on wine if you don’t believe us:
One of the nice things about wine is that you can keep it around for a while, and then pull one out when you feel like trying it or have company. With this in mind, why not stock up on good wines? Laithwaites Wine offers an introductory offer to their 4 Seasons Club, which lets you get a sampler of 15 wines for only $69.99. If you’re not up to having a whole case of wines delivered to your doorstep (maybe the neighbors will judge…) then you can also check out their summer wine deals. Right now you can grab wines from Italy and Napa Valley starting at $7.50 per bottle.
When you’re on a budget, you begin to assume that Two Buck Chuck and Yellowtail are the only wines you can afford – or, God forbid, boxed wine. But if you shop online, you can get such good deals that even 90+ rated wines fall within your budget. Right now at Wine.com, you can snag top rated wines for up to 40% off, with hundreds of options under $20 a bottle. If you decide to take advantage of the sale and stock up, make sure you use their current coupon code to get $20 off an order of $200 or more.
The Wall Street Journal takes the business of relaxing very seriously, it seems – otherwise why would they have such good deals on top notch wines? At WSJwine.com you can shop for wines from all over the world, including Argentina, France, Australia, Chile, and more. During their summer sale, you can find some wines for up to 40% off the price you would find in the store. If you’re on the path to becoming an amateur sommelier, you can join their wine club and get a discount of $170 on your first 15 bottles of wine.