Before getting pregnant, sharing a bottle of wine with my husband or a good friend was one of my favorite things to do.  Now that our little one has an 8pm bedtime, I have a little bit of time to enjoy a glass of wine before hitting the hay myself.  I’ve typically relied on my husband to keep a selection of wines that I’ll enjoy in the house.  I have an idea about my favorite kinds, but he’s a much better wine shopper (a.k.a. wine snob) and I just don’t have the time to hit the liquor store with a baby in tow.  A brand new service takes care of all of my wine worries: California Wine Club’s Wine Moms Series!

“Stop wasting time trying to find good wine from a sea of unknown labels.  Now, with a little help from some friends, you can get award-winning, limited-production wine delivered to your door!”

For just $35.95 per month plus $13 in shipping and handling, you’ll receive an armchair tasting and tour of an artisan, “mom and pop” California winery including:

  • Two bottles of limited-production wine
  • The Uncorked newsletter featuring wine tips, tasting notes and recipes
  • A copy of The Sipping Point and a wine tote with your first order
  • Big savings on the wines you love: reorder and save up to 50% off normal retail
  • Plus much, much more!

And each bottle is guaranteed to be one you love.  If it’s not, they’ll replace it with something you do love!  You can choose your shipments to include a red and white bottle, two reds or two whites.  You can also schedule shipments as gifts in any monthly increment you desire.

I guess the most important part to tell you is that this wine is actually really good!  My shipment included Sylvester Vineyard’s 2008 Kiara Sauvignon Blanc and the 2007 Syrah.  The real judge was my husband and although he was skeptical, he really enjoyed both bottles!  When ordering, enter the code “style” and you’ll receive an extra bottle with your first shipment!  It’s a great deal for any mom!

A sample was sent for review on Mommies with Style.


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