You’ll love that it’s on sale.

By Katie Macdonald
May 07, 2020
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Mother’s Day is this Sunday, and we’re not here to shame you for procrastinating. Understandably, there’s a lot going on. But if you’re still searching for the perfect present for Mom (or Grandma, or Aunt, or whomever you want to celebrate), we think a wine subscription service is a great way to go. Not only does a wine subscription open a world of exclusive bottles, but your loved one will think of you and appreciate your thoughtful gift every time a box arrives on their doorstep.

And now’s an excellent time to sign Mom up: Winc, one of our favorite online wine clubs, is offering 15% off a three-month subscription order with the code LOVEMOM. She won’t even have to know you ordered it last-minute.

Mother's Day Winc Wine Subscription
Credit: Winc

Winc uses a smart 6-question palate profile quiz to deliver expertly tailored wine recommendations. Users don’t need to know anything about terroir or acidity to find their perfect match—the brand skips confusing jargon with straightforward questions like “How do you like your coffee?” and “Do you like blackberries, blueberries, and raspberries?” Plus, bottles include food pairing suggestions and tips on serving temperature. 

Winc’s wide selection has a bottle for every taste. The brand works with independent wine growers and makers to develop bottles from a variety of regions and styles. Users can choose anything from classic blends to single vineyard passion projects, including a chilled red, canned rosé, and sulfur-free wine.

Mother’s Day definitely looks different this year, but that shouldn’t keep you from showing Mom how much she means to you. Order her a subscription from Winc now with the code LOVEMOM and she’ll feel loved whether you’re together or apart.

Winc Wine Delivery
Credit: Courtesy of Winc

To buy: $128 for a three-month subscription (originally $150);