food and drink 24.4.2018 11:03 am

Lock, stock and wine barrel: Wine clubs

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Join a wine club to get wines delivered to your door, expert advice exclusive offers.

Okay, a neighbourhood wine club isn’t up everybody’s alley. I mean, why would you want to know your neighbours? But it’s getting easier to get that one-on-one information on wine without a social engagement.

Most wine clubs are aimed at offering you premium award-winning wines at cheaper prices – but monthly wine box delivery might only have a couple of varietals you actually like.

Pick n Pay launched Wine Club. Not only is membership free, but all members receive 20% off the Wine Buyers’ Top 10 wines every month. This means you pay for what you really want, and the discounts allow you to explore the varietals you want.

And Wine Club members receive free delivery when buying wine online so stocking up is easy.

Members can also enjoy expert advice, great reviews and exclusive offers.

If you like even more choice you can join the Wine and Fine Club as a Club Life or Club VIP member through Edgars. With this club you can get wines delivered to your door, with a neck tag detailing the wine, where it’s from and what it pairs great with.

Club members just need to sign up to receive a special introductory offer as their first pack, which comes at a discounted price.

Club members must pick their package and pay a set price. Remember to read the fine print about theft, breakage and insurance costs.

For more information visit the Pick n Pay or Edgars wine club websites.

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