Much like those cheap, awful shower curtains that break the moment you look at them funny, or people in front of you in the grocery-store queue who pay with a handful of 5%-off coupons, monotony can be tedious and infuriating. Add some spice to your sauce and pay R549 for a one-month international wine subscription.
Talking to a professional wine connoisseur will let you know novice tasters should never pair red wine with fish, white wine with red meat, or excessive wine with anything that requires clear thought. Unfortunately, you don’t always have access to a professional sommelier and the only way to learn your Sauvignons from your Pinot Noirs is practice. While you could always stand for hours in your supermarket’s wine-aisle, you could go the easy route and get six bottles of wine a month, delivered straight to your door.
With an international subscription, you’ll be granted the opportunity to sample exclusive, award-winning wines, receiving six bottles to experiment with and test against your palate’s budding tendencies as a connoisseur. Whether you’re an aspiring sommelier or a simple sipper, the 5 Ounces subscription give’s every taste-bud the opportunity to sample some of the finest sippables international labels have to offer.
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In a Nutshell
- Save 50% on a one-month international wine subscription
- Receive six bottles of wine
- First access to some of the world’s finest wines
- Exclusive, award-winning wines
- Ideal as a gift
The Fine Print
- Valid for 1 month
- Please provide daytime delivery address; PO Box address is insufficient
- Please allow four weeks for delivery
- One Groupon per person, additional purchases as gifts
- Groupon issued and valid once deal closes
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