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Vinodiversity wine offer and more
May 21, 2011
A new wine supplier partner for Vinodiversity
Please note the wine offers mentined in the forst three items below are available for shipping only in Australia
A short note to give you a special preview offer for our new online wine supplier. I am always on the lookout for new wine varieties and how to get them and a new start-up based in Sydney caught my attention.
Wine Traveller sells interesting wine from France Italy and Spain, as well as from a few smaller Australian wineries. The wines are all good value for money, unlike many importers who charge you
Some of the varieties on offer are Aligote, Fer Servadou, Grenache, Malbec (aka Cot) Montepulciano, Nebbiolo,Picpoul, Primitivo, Tempranillo, Teroldego, Tinitlia, Xarel-Lo. You can see why I love the range here.
As an introductory offer Wine traveller has given Vinodiversity readers a discount code for their first order. Go to Wine Traveller via this link and then make your selection. At the checkout you will be prompted for the discount code. It is AWDMAY11 and will give you $20 off. The code is only valid until the end of this month, so restock your cellar with some exotic varieties https://www.vinodiversity.com/winetraveller
Our other two wine suppliers are
SecretVines is a specialist in sourcing and supplying wines from boutique and micro wineries, some you may not of heard of - and they have a great range of alternative varieties. They typically have two offers of tasting packs of six bottles, one for $99 and another for $139 - $159. You can choose all whites or all reds or mixed packs. There are also offers of single variety packs. Some of the varieties currently on offer include Pinot Grigio, Fiano, Riesling, Petit Manseng, Tempranillo, Sangiovese/Cabernet blend, Shiraz Sangiovese blend, Pinot Nior, Barbera and Nebbiolo...get the idea, they want to help you to broaden you wine experience with interesting varieties from small producers. If you buy from this link Vinodiversity gets a small commission, but you get the wine at the same price.
Our other supplier WineMarket offers a service for buying more mainstream wines. You can get a good deal on a few vintages of Grange or you can buy some everyday wines for around the $7.50 price range, with plenty of choices in between, you can even buy NZ Sauvignon blanc from them. There are a few interesting imports as well. They have reasonable flat rate shipping of your order to anywhere in Australia. Again if you buy from this link Vinodiversity gets a small commission.
So if you buy wine online and you are looking for something different you can try these three suppliers.
Coming soon the Wine Map of France!
Still places left in the Terronia Wine School of Southern Italy
Sorry about the commercial emphasis of this Newsletter. More content next time - but I wanted to get the message out about the discount offer.
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