Foodies all have one thing in common: we love a good wine. Pairing food and wines is a tradition that goes back thousands of years. Whether you’re a novice who’s unsure if filet mignon goes with red or white, or a connoisseur who keeps several bottles in their wine cellar, it’s always handy to find a new, cheaper source of this health, and happiness, giving drink.
The holiday season means get-togethers, and everything goes smoother with a bottle on the table. Of course, be certain to pair your wines appropriately. Outside of that however, there’s only one rule: make sure to bring enough for the party!
Keeping your house well supplied throughout the year, and stocking up ahead of the holiday season, can be quite a task. Rather than making shopping trips and lugging bottles around (even breaking one on occasion), consider a home delivery service.
Home delivery services can save you money, time, and effort. If you order through a service like, Gold Medal Wine Club, you’ll find hundreds of labels at your fingertips. Of course, you don’t have to just order online, you are free to call in. But you definitely want to take advantage of some of the online coupons and discounts available. These coupons and discounts can save you hundreds of dollars immediately, as you’re entitled to 35-40% off retail prices.
In addition to saving cash, you’ll save a lot of time and energy by ordering through a home delivery service. Rather than going out to stores, wandering the aisles, pushing a heavy cart around, lifting bottles onto the checkout stand just to put them back in the cart, loading bottles into the car, and finally unloading them at home, you can simply wait at home for your order to arrive. Ordering at home is so convenient and will save you so much effort. The only time it takes it the time you spend perusing through the catalogue and placing the order. Well, you may want to add a few minutes to tack on a few coupons and discounts before finalizing your order, too.
Cooking up a storm in the kitchen and making a mess wherever I go. I bake things, I write things, I do things. Raised in the countryside and a farm girl at heart, my passion is my food and my food is my passion.
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