Wall Street Journal Wine

Wall Street Journal Wine

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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.

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Read Our WSJwine Wine Club Review