Wall Street Journal Wine

Wall Street Journal Wine

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WSJwine Review

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WSJwine Review

We received this shipment of Exclusive Offer #2 in May of 2017.

WSJwine was an early entry to the now-booming 12-bottle wine subscription market. By streamlining shipments to send 12 bottles every three months instead of 4 bottles every month, WSJwine has reduced their overall shipping costs, and made getting wine deliveries at home easier.

The Wall Street Journal lent their name, in exchange for a share of the profits, to a huge wine club provider based in the UK — Direct Wines1. The goal was bring the popular wine club operated as The Sunday Times to the U.S. Direct Wines leverages their 750,000-strong2 subscriber base in the UK and their huge (but not disclosed) subscriber base in the US to get unbelievable deals on massive quantities of wine.

For You Join today and save $190. Try 12 bottles wine Plus 2 bonus bottles and 2 stemless crystal glasses for $69.99 + $19.99 shipping. Same as voucher. Click for This Deal.

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Jessyca Frederick

Review by: Jessyca Frederick

After 12+ years trying 1000s of bottles from 100+ different wine clubs, Jessyca knows what it means to be a wine club worth joining. Her reviews can help you find a great wine club for you (or to give as a gift) at any budget and for any wine preference.