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Here are the best deals for National Wine Day 2021.

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If you ask us, there’s no better way to destress after a long day of hard work than with a glass of your favorite wine and a hot bubble bath. No matter which varietal you’re partial to—the right glass of red can perfectly balance out your dinner while a good white will be just the thing to pair with that new summer salad recipe—wine lovers looking for an excuse to pour themselves a glass this Tuesday evening are in luck. That’s because today, May 25, marks National Wine Day 2021, and whether you plan to imbibe or just want to stock up for the long weekend ahead, there are plenty of great deals available to help you celebrate. 

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What is National Wine Day 2021?

Though there’s no historical record of when this unofficial holiday was born (early references dating back to 2009), wine itself has been present throughout history. Today, MasterClass cites that  you can indulge in more than 10,000 different variations of this alcoholic drink, including well-known favorites such as merlot, syrah, pinot grigio, shiraz and many, many more. Whether you gravitate more toward the sweet taste of moscato or the spicy notes of a malbec, there are several ways to get your fix for less right now.

For quick delivery, you’ll want to try Drizly, a popular service serving most major cities in the U.S. In fact, in some locations, you can get your alcoholic grape juice delivered within 60 minutes! Right now, first-time Drizly customers can also take $5 off their orders with coupon code HELLO at checkout. Not only are there copious types of wine available from different regions, you can compare and contrast prices from local stores.

My personal summer favorite is Gerard Bertrand Cote des Roses rosé, which is available for as low as $16.49 at a local store near me. That means I could pick it up from $11.49 with coupon code HELLO. I particularly liked the floral, fruity notes of this pick, which pair well with my homemade charcuterie boards. Drizly customers also liked how refreshing it was, recommending it to those who prefer particularly dry wines. 

Winc is one of the best wine subscriptions you can try.

If you’re looking for more than a single bottle, consider Winc, a wine subscription service we loved—and new customers can take $29.95 off their first boxed delivery. All you have to do to get the discount is fill out a simple questionnaire, and the website will automatically tailor a four-bottle-box to suit your tastes. Each four-bottle delivery usually amounts to $52 to $59, and with the near $30 price cut, you’ll pay just $22.05 to $29.05—that’s as low as $5.51 per bottle!

After giving the service a go, our executive editor of commerce, Kate Ellsworth, found Winc’s wine recommendations to be “on point,” receiving flavor profiles that perfectly suited her tastes. She was also able to explore tons of information about her bottles, including sulfur content, alcohol concentration, prominent flavors and more. Winc also recommended recipes that would pair well with her picks, making this service ideal for foodies and cooking enthusiasts alike. Just keep in mind that it is a subscription service, so you’ll be charged the usual price every 30 days after your introductory signup savings.

For more wine deals, keep scrolling—and get ready for wine o’clock!

The best deals on wine for National Wine Day 2021

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