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For wine lovers, there’s nothing more enriching than experiencing new wines through travel. And in a year when we saw little else than the four walls of our homes, you wouldn’t be alone if you were craving some wines that have otherwise not been available to you.
Whether you want to experience a vintage from the California coast, take a mental trip to the rugged terrain of New Zealand, pretend you’re sipping on a terrace in Tuscany, or close your eyes and imagine you’re near a vineyard in Bordeaux, it’s time that you’re introduced to a hidden gem: Wine Access. This online wine shop and club features wines from different regions, including rare, less well-known wines from Japan and Australia. The philosophy of Wine Access is based on connection: allowing people from all over the world (even the most remote locations, or areas where there’s not a vineyard in sight) to experience the most beautiful wines, in some of the most unique regions. It even goes so far as to highlight the daily lives of winemakers and the art of winemaking from places like Argentina to Oregon and beyond — focusing on delivering a level of detail that educates as well as inspires (and of course, tastes delicious).
Instrumental to the success of Wine Access is the full team of credentialed wine experts that will take you on various trips around the world through wine — wines that aren’t accessible to the everyday person. Wine Access promises to not just tell the full story behind their wine selections, they ship with perfect provenance and have a satisfaction guarantee. The Wine Access team is headquartered in Napa, California (one of the strongholds of excellent wine) and includes a Master of Wine, a Master Sommelier, and a selective crew of industry experts who have personal connections that help unlock access to some of the world’s most exclusive wines for their customers, whether they secure vintages from first growth Bordeaux estates to Napa cult icons, or find exciting new wines.
There are a few different ways to try out Wine Access — but no matter your approach, you’re likely to get hooked. Sign up for the Wine Club that offers hand-selected labels from every major wine-growing region around the globe, delivered straight to your door four times per year — or opt to purchase bottles a la carte whenever you’d like. Shipping cost is included on orders of $120 or more, or any six bottles, and for a limited time, you can save $50 off $150. Cheers to better wine and better adventures in 2021!