Bottoms Up — June 29, 2015 at 2:00 pm

Discovering New and Unusual Wines with Winestyr



Heading into a wine or liquor store in the hopes of picking out a great wine can be a daunting task. Often times, the store workers don’t know much about the products they are selling or the stores only have big name brand wines. For those looking to discover great, hard to find and lesser known wines, Winestyr can be your solution. The company features small-batch wineries across the United States, all of which have been taste tested to ensure only the best quality wines. Winestyr partners with small production wineries and distributes their products directly to you, the consumer!


The online marketplace has plenty of useful tools at your disposal. Not only can you shop all their wines, which are broken down into helpful categories like bestsellers, cult classics, under $20 and by the wine type, but they also allow you to delve further into the wineries in which they come from, allowing you to search by the winery and learn about where exactly their wines are coming from. You can also receive help in picking out the best wine or wines for any special occasion. You  can also snag impressive gift collections featuring multiple wines for any person in your life.

We were able to experience Winestyr first hand, and were immediately impressed with both the simplistic, yet quality packaging and the wines themselves. Our package contained three exquisite wines, a 2012 Casey Flat Ranch Red Blend, 2013 Dichotomy Pinot Noir from Russian River Valley, and 2013 49 Crows Outlier Rhone White Blend. As I’m a bigger white wine fan than red, my favorite was the 49 Crows, which I thought was fantastic. But not all red wines win my favor, and I’m happy to say I really enjoyed both of the ones I received.

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Perfect for guys and gals, friends and family, Winestyr can be both a gift to yourself or a gift to others. With bottles starting as cheap as $11, it’s kind of a no brainer to try shopping the easy way with Winestyr.

Twisted Talk: Have you tried any wine delivery services before? Do you like trying new and undiscovered wines? Discuss below!

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