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Wanderlust Wine delivery

Wanderlust Wine delivery

Whether you’ve been naughty or nice this year, there’s a certain delivery we can all get excited about. Forget about Father Christmas, and prepare to feel very merry at the prospect of Wanderlust Wine’s new Wine on Demand service.

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It seems that Wanderlust Wine knew exactly what we had on our wish list. As the nights get colder and leaving the house becomes less appealing, you can now get anything from a single bottle upwards delivered to your door within the hour. So whether you’ve run out of booze at your Christmas party, or it’s just too chilly to nip to the shop, you’re only a click away from a great quality beverage. And with delivery available till 10.30pm, you can keep the party going late into the night. 

Unlike other food delivery companies, Wanderlust Wine doesn’t have to pay a fee to a third party, meaning your delivery only has a slight mark-up on its regular price. And not only is the service convenient and affordable, the variety on offer is much more exciting than anything you’d find in your local off license.

As the name suggests, Wanderlust Wine sources its wine from all over the world, and always from small, lesser-known producers. So you can discover emerging brands from Hungary and Romania, be transported to Provence with a luxurious rosé, or sip champagne from pre-World War One vines, without having to stir from your sofa. 

Wanderlust Wine also focuses on sustainable wine, and includes organic, natural and biodynamic options on its website. While industrial producers use extra chemicals and preservatives to ensure stability and consistency in their output; smaller, artisanal producers use fewer additives, resulting in a drink that’s better for both your health and the environment. 

Visit: www.wanderlustwines.co.uk

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