Give the Gift of Tennessee Wine Y'all

By Cynthia Kent | November 05, 2015
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Eating local is big. Why not drink local too? Wine that is. Give the gift of a wine club membership from one of Tennessee's 40 wineries. 
Wine clubs are easy to join, and a gift membership is sure to be appreciated. It’s an especially thoughtful choice for friends and loved ones who live far away or are unable to receive their gifts in person. 

Wine club members receive by mail a predetermined number and type of wines from a particular winery, either monthly, quarterly, or twice a year. When wine club memberships are purchased online as a gift, the recipients are notified of their wine club status via email. The lucky club members can choose for themselves the types of wines they’ll receive regularly. Tennessee wineries produce the full range of wines including dry, sweet or blended. Since most Tennessee wineries use a number of local fruits as well as grapes for their wines, every shipment can hold a new flavor experience.

 Membership has its privileges, of course, well beyond the guaranteed bottles of local wines that show up on the doorstep month after month. Year round perks that come with every membership include discounts on additional wine, invitations to special "wine club member only" events, discounts on purchases from the winery’s gift shop, and even exclusive wines made just for members. Every winery in Tennessee now offers a wine club membership, so it’s a good idea to pair new club members who live in state with wineries close enough to their homes for them to take advantage of every aspect of club membership.

 To find and join a Tennessee wine club, visit . From the home page, click on Food, then Beverages, then Wineries. Some wineries will need to be contacted directly by phone, and others may offer an online option on their own websites. Once the gift membership is purchased, the winery will take it from there.   

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