With Valentine's Day around the corner, it's time to start planning a romantic evening. A bottle of wine is a great addition to any date, but the cost of quality adds up. WalletPop found the best ways to score deals on wine for Valentine's Day.
WineTasting.com is offering $75 worth of wine for $35 on BuyWithMe from Feb. 2 through Feb. 9. Stock up and plan a wine tasting for two, give bottles away as gifts or take advantage of the savings for a later date. The offer includes 600 different kinds of wine with favorites such as aged Cabs and sweet Rieslings, among others. The best part is that buyers can order online and have the wines delivered straight to their doors.Those searching for high-end wine without high-end prices can shop at the Wine Spies. Every day, the online company puts a different type of wine on the website at a discounted cost. Each wine is posted with information about the bottle as well as the winery and a description of how the drink affects all five senses. The Wine Spies invites shoppers to return to the site and review previous purchases.
Those on the hunt for a Valentine's Day bottle can also turn to their iPhones for help. Apps such as Wine on a Budget find reasonably priced wine and help consumers choose the right one. The $2 app also guides users through wine and food pairings, as well as recommending monthly wine picks and featured restaurants in various cities.
Hello Vino also helps find the perfect wine for specific meals, occasions and gifts. Browse through the free app's list of bottles according to personal taste, country or region. Search Hello Vino by name and find meal suggestions for the bottle already sitting at home. Each listing provides the price, winery, region, description and a purchase option. Hello Vino will help add a touch of romance to plans this Valentine's Day.
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