Another Friday has finally arrived — so naturally, I’m thinking about cocktail time again. With a lot of wine delivery services to choose from, few are curated to fit your palette. That’s why we’re highlighting this deal from Stacksocial where you can get your first six bottles from Firstleaf for just 29.95 — they’re usually $89. This wine club asks you to take a quiz before shipping your first box so that each of the selections will allow you to potentially discover new favorites that match your tastes. But this deal may not be for everyone. Here’s what to know before you buy.
Get your first 6 bottles from Firstleaf for just $29.95
Join Firstleaf today and get award-winning wines personalized to your tastes and delivered to your doorstep for only $29.95. That’s basically $4.99 a bottle.
What reviewers say about FirstLeaf: Real Simple was “extremely satisfied with this wine club,” lauding its commitment to catering to the customer. Giving the service 9.7 out of 10 stars, the reviewer says “the wines tasted amazing, gave a glimpse into different wine regions around the world, and made for some really fun wine nights. Essentially, this wine club is ideal for people who want high-quality wine delivered conveniently at affordable prices.”
Reviewers at TrustPilot give Firstleaf 4.6 out of five stars, with many saying they have been members for years. “Firstleaf has not once, not ever, disappointed me. The selection is fantastic. The concierge service is beyond par. And customer service is outstanding, one reviewer writes. Another says they have been using the wine club to expand their wine knowledge: “I joined the Club over 2 years ago and have enjoyed the selection process and the knowledge I have gained.”
Other things to consider: The deal through Stacksocial does require you to purchase a voucher to be redeemed on Firstleaf’s website. Be sure to read all the instructions carefully as Firstleaf is a subscription service and you will be signing up for future deliveries. That said, you can cancel anytime by calling and there are ways to adjust the frequency and amount of wine you receive if you don’t want to leave the wine club altogether. Some reviewers at TrustPilot didn’t feel this process was transparent enough. “I made a one time order to test wine, and they keep sending me more wine every month without my authorization,” one reviewer said.
About this column: Since you’re here, let me introduce myself: I’m Maddy Perkins, deputy commerce editor for MarketWatch Picks. I am also, admittedly, a huge believer in rosé all day. I’m a big online shopper who loves a good deal — particularly when it comes to cool kitchen gadgets, electronics, fashion and beauty products. I’ll be here a few times a week to share the best deals I can find online with you. Have anything you’d like me to hunt down? Write me at [email protected] Cheers!