The Firstleaf Wine Sale Is On: Score 6 Bottles for $35, Plus Free Shipping

Act fast—the sale ends on October 11

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firstleaf wine sale: six bottles of firstleaf wine with a firstleaf box on a table with autumn leaves

With fall in full swing, odds are you’ve retired your fizzy rosés for the season (maybe…). If you’re looking to stock up on cool-weather sippers, there’s no better time than now, since Firstleaf is running an epic wine sale through Oct. 12. With the code WINEWIN23, you can score six bottles for $34.95 (that’s about $5.80 each) and free shipping.

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For the uninitiated, Firstleaf is a wine delivery service that’s famous for its customized wine shipments. The site takes all your preferences into consideration before choosing bottles that will likely suit your palate. Shipments come with tasting and pairing cards in a recyclable, anti-break box. You can cash in on the deal à la carte, and if you end up loving the service, you can join the wine club for more curated subscriptions.

Here’s how to take advantage of the wine sale discount. You’ll start by taking a quiz about your wine preferences. (Do you drink red, white or both? Do you prefer sweet wines? How adventurous of a wine drinker are you?) Then, Firstleaf will assign you six wines that you’ll likely enjoy based on your responses. You’ll have a chance to review and replace the vintages before buying, but if you end up not liking a wine that’s been selected for you, Firstleaf will give you a credit for another—and you can keep the first bottle to boot.

It's a stellar way to sample new wines with little risk. What are you waiting for, friend?

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Taryn Pire

Food Editor

Taryn Pire is PureWow’s food editor and has been writing about all things delicious since 2016. She’s developed recipes, reviewed restaurants and investigated food trends at...
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