Want to give the gift of wine this holiday season, but not sure where to start? While I enjoy wine, I never know what to pick out for others and I’ve often wished I had someone to help me pick when it comes to sending wine to someone for a special occasion.
We’ve been lucky enough to do several past reviews for the California Wine Club, an amazing service that chooses exclusive and niche wines for you or anyone on you list. We’ve always loved our selections and it’s like we have a special wine knowledgeable friend choosing the wines just for us.
This month we got to sample some great wines from the Daniel Gehrs Winery. We were sent a great Chenin Blanc and Merlot to try out and we loved them both. My favorite of the too were the Chenin Blanc, and it was a nice light wine with a great scent and pear taste. The merlot was a little heavier and more complex taste, but still great.
Want to learn more about wine, but aren’t sure where to start? Visit the California Wine Club online for more information and to check out their packages.
Be sure to check out the Boring Wine Guy on Facebook or @boringwineguy on Twitter. You can also follow The California Wine Club on Facebook and follow the California Wine Club on Twitter at @cawineclub. Be sure to check out the California Wine Club’s free Food and Wine Pairing Wheel app as well. This handy app allows you to use your iPhone or iPad to find the right wine for your meal, and is a great tool to reference when you’re at the store trying to find the right wine for dinner, or to take to someone’s home as a host or hostess gift.
We’re also excited to be giving away a $50 gift card for the California Wine Club. See below for how to enter!
This review was made possible by Mom Spark Media. Thoughts are my own. I received a 2 month Membership to the California Wine Club for the purpose of this review. 2 Kids and a Coupon only recommends products that we would personally use or would recommend for our readers and their families, but your opinions and experiences may vary. This review was made possible by Mom Spark Media.