It is the season to be jolly - well, okay, not quite, but it will be soon! Once the Halloween costumes are packed away and the ghouls retire for another year, it'll be all eyes on St. Nick. Although, seeing as Christmas is just mere months away, retailers are busy promoting their products. Enter Vinebox's 12 Night of Wine Advent Calendar, which is back to make your holidays zing. If you're a fan of the odd tipple or three, then there really isn't a better gift. Hailed as the first of its kind, this advent calendar for adults is the perfect surprise for the wine lover in your life - or for yourself if you fall into the same category.
Wine subscription retailer Vinebox has made a name for itself as the best way to get your bottles delivered to your doorstep, but with this $129 offer, they've really upped their game. This year, customers can choose between Naughty or Nice boxes, each containing 12 mini bottles, each holding a single serving. Is there really any better gift for the wine enthusiasts of the world (aka moms)? If you opt for Naughty, your tastebuds will be tantalized with rich full-bodied res and gorgeous whites. The Nice box is packaged in a beautiful sparkling white with on-trend gold specks, full of light reds and crisp whites.
Choosing between two arguably perfect boxes is difficult at the best of times, so why not splurge and buy them both? Vinebox kindly offers bundles of the boxes for $220, taking 15% off the full price. It's not clear if each wine is different, but considering Vinebox's penchant for picking, they're all sure to be delicious. While some may want a whole bottle rather than just a taster, it's a great way to try something new without splurging on a full-sized product. That way, if you come across one you dislike, it's not a big deal.
Reviewers rave about the product, with one customer saying it's the "Best gift I give every season." Orders are open now, but the boxes won't start shipping until November 4. That still leaves you a good amount of time to stuff your stockings and put out your mince pies. As for who's naughty or nice, why not be extra naughty yourself, ditch the gift-giving and keep them? We won't tell.