WSJ Wine Club Special Offer

I just got word from the WSJ Wine Club that they are having a special SPRING SALE and I knew everyone here would want to hear about it. Here’s what the good people at the Wall Street Journal Wine Club had to say about this special offer:

“The WSJ wine Spring Collection has been carefully put together to bring you the season’s best drinking — at the best possible price (just $12.50 a bottle).”

Having reviewed wine clubs for years now, I can tell you that $12.50 a bottle is a great deal for award winning wines from around the world. In fact, many of their wines have already won serious critical acclaim, including their exclusive Michael Mondavi Chardonnay earned 90 Points from Wine Enthusiast for its juicy orchard fruit and creamy texture, and Audrey Françon’s powerful, dark-fruited Côtes-du-Rhône-Villages just won a top gold medal. My own favorite red in the case is Simona Barbanera’s cherry-rich gold-medal Chianti Riserva from 2007, a vintage with “beautifully ripe, seductive wines.” according to the well known magazine The Wine Advocate.

“You’ll also enjoy top-rated northern Italian Pinot Grigio, Washington legend Charles Smith’s chocolaty Syrah, the new vintage of Opi Sadler’s flagship Malbec and more.”

With this special offer, you’ll get to choose all whites, all reds or the full spring mix — and you will SAVE $41 on 12 guaranteed wine hits. But to take advantage of this offer, you need to act FAST as they have limited cases at this special price.

Here’s the email I received detailing this year’s Spring Special:

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