This is the PERFECT deal to stock up for your Christmas Party and New Years! For a limited time when you sign up for the Wall Street Journal Wine Club online, you can get 15 Bottles of Wine for $89.99-that comes out to under $6 per bottle!
When you sign up today, you will get 12 Free Bottles of red, white, or a mix of both varieties of wine for $89.99 and three additional bottles for FREE. If you choose to buy all red wines, you get 3 FREE Super Tuscan Reds and if you choose white, your bonus trio will be a single-estate Italian Pinot Grigio.
You are signing up for the WSJwine Discovery Club and this initial offer is only available to first time customers.
Offer available to first-time WSJwine Discovery Club customers only and limited to one case per household. Offer subject to availability. In the unlikely event of a wine becoming unavailable, a substitute of similar style and of equal or greater value will be supplied. Every three months, we will reserve you a 12-bottle Discovery Club selection for $149.99 (plus $19.99 shipping and applicable tax). There is no commitment and you may cancel at any time. Once eligible, each year you will be offered two extra-special shipments: one in summer and one for the holiday season. You will be notified in advance of these extra cases and their special-offer price. Again, there is no obligation. Licensed retailers only accept orders from adults at least 21 years old. All orders will be processed and fulfilled by licensed entities in the industry and applicable taxes are paid. Licensed retailers have the right to refuse orders should this advertisement not comply with your state laws. Delivery is available to AZ, CA (offer may vary for California residents), CO, CT, FL, IA, ID, IL, IN, LA, MA, MI, MN, MO, NC, ND, NE, NH, NJ (offer may vary for New Jersey residents), NM, NV, NY, OH, OR (not eligible for free gift), SC, TN, TX, VA, WA, WI, WV, WY and DC. By filling out and submitting this form you understand and agree that WSJwine may send you information about other special offers. WSJwine is operated independently of The Wall Street Journal’s news department. Void where prohibited by law.