Wine clubs are not best for savvy consumers, experts say

10/30/2013 | Reuters

Wine clubs advertised in newspapers and magazines offer value and convenience to consumers, but they may not be best for the savvy wine buyer who has access to larger selections at stores staffed by knowledgeable people, experts say. However, for less-savvy buyers, wine clubs can eliminate the intimidation factor of wine shops and provide these consumers with enough knowledge of wine language to select enjoyable wines at stores and restaurants, this article says.

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