Dec 26 2008

Wines Til Sold Out: Our Favorite (and Cheapest) Way to Buy Wine

Published by Andy at 2:35 pm under Insane Deals

Here’s our gift to you this holiday season. I first discovered WinesTilSoldOut.com (WTSO) last year in a small advertisement in the back of an issue of New York Magazine. I decided to go online and see what it was all about. Since then, we’ve purchased no less than 100 bottles of wine through this site at unbelievable prices (and with free shipping). The wines WTSO sells run the gamut from $5.99 bottles of Prosecco to the most expensive Bordeaux and Burgandy out there. I bought a bottle of 1995 Château Latour in a WTSO marathon (will explain below what a ‘marathon’ is) for $250, which now sells for $1,100 a bottle at Sherry-Lehmann in NYC. On the opposite end, Jill ordered us 4 bottles of Cava just last week at $9.99 a bottle. Here’s how it works: WTSO sells one type of wine per day until it is sold out or until 11:59pm eastern standard time, when it is replaced. If that bottle sells out early, WTSO will then add another wine (but no more than 3 wines per day). WTSO ships to 32 states. Click here to see if they ship to you. When you sign up (free) you get an email each morning with the wine of the day, including the description of the wine, available ratings and price, and a comparison of the lowest price on the web for the same bottle. If it’s nothing of interest to you, simply delete the email and wait for the next one. If an offering piques your interest, I suggest jumping on it, since the best deals tend to sell out quite quickly. The 40 or so people I have told about the site are mostly WTSO regulars now and the great deals are selling out faster as the customer base grows. Find out some insane deals we’ve taken advantage of and what a WTSO marathon is, after the jump…

I was looking back at some of my old receipts from WTSO this morning, and these stuck out as ridic deals:

3 bottles of Casanova di Neri Brunello di Montalcino Tenuta Nuova 2000 for $33.99/bottle — currently retails for anywhere b/t $50-80. Oh yeah, and the 2001 vintage was Wine Spectator’s Wine of the Year for 2006.

3 bottles of Le Vieux Donjon Chateauneuf du Pape Blanc 2004 for $29.99/bottle – currently retails for $45.99/bottle at Sherry-Lehmann

6 bottles of Caliterra Cabernet Sauvignon Reserva 2005 for $7.99/bottle – currently retails for anywhere b/t $11-13. This is a great Chilean value wine.

JUST TODAY WE PURCHASED 2 BOTTLES OF DOMAINE HUMBERT FRERES GEVREY-CHEVERTIN 2005 BURGANDY FOR $39.99/bottle — currently retails for anywhere b/t $55-75.

Over the past week, WTSO has been offering one of our favorite wine producers, Mollydooker, at great price-points.

Also, be sure on the lookout for WTSO Marathons — days when WTSO sells a variety of wines (24-80 different wines, depending on the type of marathon) from midnight to midnight. You receive an email notice of the marathon about a week before it runs with a short description of the products being featured. You also receive an email at the start of the marathon.

10 responses so far

10 Responses to “Wines Til Sold Out: Our Favorite (and Cheapest) Way to Buy Wine”

  1. Robert S Dakddukon 26 Apr 2011 at 8:43 am

    WTSO Staff,

    Not receiving “marathon offerings” e-mails.

    RSD
    rdakdduk@sbcglobal.net

    4/26/2011

  2. bryan jorand leonardon 26 Apr 2011 at 11:58 am

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