WineClubs.net Gives The WSJ Wine Club The Best Last Minute Christmas Gift Award

WineClubs.net presents the Wall Street Journal Wine Club with the Best Last Minute Christmas Gift Award for their affordable wine clubs pricing of just $69.99 for 12 bottles of wine from around the world that also includes a free five-piece professional corkscrew kit worth $50.

Foster City, United States - December 22, 2017 /PressCable/ —

Reminding last minute Christmas gift buyers that it’s not too late to give the gift of an award winning wine club this holiday season, WineClubs.net bestows this year’s Best Last Minute Christmas Gift Award to the Wall Street Journal Wine Club.

Given once a year to honor the best wine club gift of the year, this year’s winner, the WSJ Wine Club, earned the #1 spot for their innovative wine gift offer of 12 expertly selected bottles of wine from around the world, a free five-piece professional corkscrew kit in an attractive wooden box worth $50 and detailed wine tasting notes on each and every bottle; all for just $69.99, which comes out to just $5.83 for each bottle of wine.

In addition to this year’s Best Last Minute Christmas Gift award, the Wall Street Journal Wine Club has also stayed at the top of the best wine clubs list on WineClubs.net for the last 10 years thanks to their impressive track record in the industry. The complete WSJ Wine Club Review can be found on the WineClubs.net website at http://www.wineclubs.net/reviews/wall-street-journal-wine-club/

The Wall Street Journal Wine Club has successfully remained on the WineClubs.net Top 10 Best Wine Clubs list for a decade now thanks to their very attractive introductory affordable wine club offer, as well as their guarantee to replace any bottle of wine that a customer receives that they don’t like for any reason.

According to the WSJ Wine Club Review on WineClubs.net, customers also benefit from the wine clubs cancel at any time policy that enables customers that are giving the Wall Street Journal Wine Club as a gift, to do so for only as long as they wish, whether that be 1 shipment or 3 years worth of quarterly shipments.

WineClubs.net urges consumers looking for last minute Christmas gift ideas to seriously consider giving the gift of a wine club subscription this year and taking advantage of the free email notification to alert the receiver of what will be arriving to their door shortly. Consumers can learn more about the many wine gift ideas recommended by WineClubs.net at http://www.wineclubs.net/wine-club-gifts/

Contact Info:
Name: Sarah Dukes
Organization: Wine Clubs
Address: 1261 Corsica Lane, Foster City, California 94404, United States

For more information, please visit http://www.wineclubs.net

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 281001

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