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An introduction to the Times wine club

Over thirty years, wine lovers in the United Kingdom have been able to order wine from all over the world by joining the Sunday Times Wine Club. Members can have wines from Italy, France, Spain and other countries delivered to their door. This article will give you an introduction to the benefits of membership to The Times Wine Club.

How to join

To join the Sunday Tines Wine Club, all you need to do is order some wine online. Another way of joining is to request the latest introductory offer. The club keeps members updated with brochures featuring the latest deals and they have a team of advisors who can recommend wines to members who are not always sure of what to order.

The Sunday Times Wine Club plans

The Sunday Times Wine Club has a range of plans available to enable members to buy wines that suit their preferences. One plan is called The 4 Seasons wine plan. In this plan members can receive a dozen bottles of reds, whites or a mixed selection. This takes the worry out of keeping a cellar stocked, and you get tasting notes with each case of wine. If you join the A Taste Of Spain wine plan, you receive a case of Spanish wine every two or three months. You get tasting notes with every case and a full refund if the wine is not up to your standards. There are similar plans called A Taste Of Italy, A Taste Of Australia, and The Big Red Experience. The wine offered from The Sunday Times Wine Club eliminate the need for you to go looking for a decent wine at the local supermarket. If you have a problem with the quality of the wine you receive or with the delivery of your wine, you can easily speak on the phone to someone who can assist you. Visit The Sunday Times Wine Club at Sundaytimeswineclub.co.uk and take advantage of the Wine Guide. You will learn about which wine really goes with which food, where new and exciting wines are being grown and tips on the taste and appearance of wine. There is even a detailed essay on how to taste wine.

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