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Thursday, November 9, 2017

Winc Wine Subscription Service Review

Have you ever looked at a wine list at a restaurant and didn't have a clue what to order? While some places are offering their wine list via a tablet with some additional information available, you still have to weed through all the wines to find just the right one for you.

Winc offers a new and different approach to a wine subscription service. A more personalized approach. Instead of just sending you what the subscription service picks for you, they survey what you like, then pick the matching wines that are most closely resemble your likes.

When you first sign up for the service, the first thing you do is answer a survey. Like earth flavorings? They'll suggest wines that match that flavor profile. Like fruity wines? Guess what they'll suggest? Just six questions to help identify your Palate Profile.
After you fill out the profile, you get your suggestions, assuming you live in a location they can ship to. You can then pick their suggestions or go your own route, or any mix in between. When I sampled their service, I tried two of theirs and two of mine. You need to pick at least three each month you are to receive wines from the service. Each wine has a price assigned to it and you pay accordingly, starting at $13 each. It is that simple.

Winc is not your traditional wine club: They are a direct-distribution global wine company that personalizes the entire wine experience - They are perfecting how wine is made, distributed, perceived and purchased via our Palate Profile quiz that recommends wine based on your unique tastes and enjoyed on behalf of a new generation of wine drinkers. It takes the hassle and guesswork out of picking a bottle from your local liquor store and delivers the perfect bottle directly to your doorstep. They do all this as part of our quest to improve the experience for consumers, create a platform for artisanal winemaking, and build a grape-to-glass supply chain that's sustainable for the planet. No more intimidating language and steep price points, and more joy in the act of sharing a bottle.

The process itself is pretty painless to try out. To make it even less painless, my readers can try out the service for $22 off your first month. 
I tried out all the wines I received. I'm not keen on the earthy flavors, no mushrooms or chocolates, and neither their suggestions nor my picks were of that type. I actually liked all the wines. Your tastes will more than likely be different than mine, and there will most likely be different wines available if you try the service, but all were enjoyable by myself and several others at the office, hence the plastic glasses. Try to avoid drinking wine out of plastic wine glasses if you can avoid it. If you try the service out, you'll get extra benefits if you get your friends to try out or you leave reviews for the wines you try. With the discount, trying for a month 




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1 comments:

  1. A wine subscription service would be a really great gift!

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