Investing in a wine delivery subscription can save you money and offer extra convenience over buying it from a store yourself. Plus, you will likely have many more options to try than you do at your local shop.
Here are a few features to look for in a wine delivery subscription service:
One important feature to look for when choosing a wine delivery subscription is the ability to customize your selections. You should not have to settle for whatever types of wines the company decides to send you based on their stock or preferences. The company should take steps to understand exactly what you expect from your wine shipments.
Are you a casual drinker or a connoisseur? How much wine do you drink each month? Do you prefer red wines, white, or both? Are you more interested in dry or sweet wine? You should be asked questions like these so that the wine you are sent each week or month is completely customized to your liking. If your tastes and needs tend to change over time, you may even be able to pick and choose your own wines from a curated list that the company provides you with before ordering time.
Multiple Subscription Options
You may want to have a certain number of wine bottles shipped to you each month right now, but what if your needs change at any point in the future. Maybe you will plan a party that requires three times the number of bottles you are typically sent at a given time. Maybe you want to take a break from drinking wine for a month or two during a detox. Whatever the case may be, you should be able to put your subscription on hold when necessary and make changes to delivery dates when you see fit.
In addition, you should be able to choose between multiple payment options to pay for your subscription. You should be able to pay for your subscription with a credit card one month and a checking account the next if you so choose.
An Easy Return Policy
If for any reason you are not happy with one or more bottles of wine that you receive in the mail, you should be able to quickly and easily send the bottles back for replacements or for a full refund. There should be no need to deal with a drawn-out claims process or to simply be stuck with the bottles of wine you do not want with no recourse. If you need to return a bottle of wine, the subscription company should simply send you a shipping label right away so you can slap it on a box and put the box in the mail.