Get great wine for less! The Wine List is offering £15 off your first two wine boxes so you can make the most of staying home
- Discover rare bottles and learn about wine with The Wine List subscription box
- MailOnline readers can use code WINEMAIL15 to get £15 off two wine boxes
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If you’re looking to refresh your wine rack but find yourself picking the same bottles or feeling intimidated when it comes to trying independent brands, then let us introduce you to The Wine List.
This is more than just a luxurious way to get wine delivered to your door. With The Wine List, each delivery includes two or six bottles of wine as well as interactive tasting cards which will help you learn how to identify aromas and work out the best foods are best to pair your bottles with.
Think of it as a monthly wine education. Not only does it help you get more out of a bottle, but it will leave you with lasting knowledge that you can show off when we can finally eat and drink out at restaurants. Better yet, you can currently save £15 off your first two wine boxes at The Wine List with our exclusive code WINEMAIL15.
The Wine List subscriptions start at £39 per month and includes two, six or 12 bottles of wine, tasting cards and a 12 part wine course
Wine is the UK’s most popular alcoholic drink, but how many of us can actually tell much beyond the obvious difference between red, white and rose?
The Wine List is an unpretentious way to learn more about wine. So if you would finally like to know the difference between your Reislings and your Bordeauxs, then this is an easy going way to get started.
Combining theory with practice, this is one bit of home schooling we can actually get on board with.
So how does the Wine List subscription work? Well, each month you will be sent either two or six bottles, depending on the plan you opt for. Prices start from £39 a month for two bottles of wine.
Each bottle is worth between £15 and £20, and has been sourced from independent vineyards, so you won’t have seen these on you local supermarket shelves. It’s a great solution if you’ve gotten into a bit of rut with your wine picks.
Along with the wines, you’re also sent tasting cards which will help you understand the fundamentals of wine tasting. You will learn how to taste and how to identify different aromas, as well as brush up on grape variety and even how climate impacts what’s in your glass.
You can use The Wine List to discover interesting bottles that you wouldn’t find in the supermarket including, orange, biodynamic and natural wines
You will first learn how to smell and taste the wine, then every month after you learn more principles including grape varieties and wine regions
Members of The Wine List can also get access to Wine Roots which is the brand’s 12-part wine course that includes video lessons for more in-depth learning.
If you’ve completed Netflix, mastered your sourdough-starter and perfected your banana loaf, then why not spend an evening learning about wine regions, tasting notes and enjoying a tipple yourself?
And with specially imported wines from across Europe and exciting types like orange, biodynamic and natural wines, you’re guaranteed to find something new.
It’s thought-provoking, engaging and sure to bring back some of the excitement of restaurant wine lists – all from the comfort of your home.
Exclusive discount: Get £15 off your first two Wine List boxes
MailOnline readers can save £15 on their first two wine boxes when ordering from The Wine List. Simply apply code WINEMAIL15 at checkout when you make your first order.
The code is valid only on first orders and can be used until March 3 2021.
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