Wine for Thought

Hi, I'm Veronique Raskin and I am the founder & CEO of The Organic Wine Company. My blog is mostly about organic wine & self-development, as well as anything else that interests and inspires me!

Four reasons to buy a case of wine

Four Reasons to Buy a Case of Wine


  1. Two people drinking two glasses of wine each night will drink a case of wine in a month.
    If you are an average wine lover you can expect to pour about 48 glasses of wine from that case you just bought. (Wait, did we just say “average wine lover?” Aren’t we all exceptional?)
    48 glasses doesn’t seems quite right until you do the math.
    A 750ML bottle of wine contains 25.3 ounces. If you are like most wine lovers, you probably pour about 5 to 6 ounces of wine into your glass. That translates to roughly four glasses of wine per bottle – a little more or a little less depending on personal preference.
  1. You save money!
    Shipping and handling are a considerable part of the expense of buying wine online. the first bottle costs about $20 to ship and increases with each additional bottle ordered. Depending on where you are in the USA, ground shipping on a case of wine ranges from $30.00 to $110.00. We offer a special price of only $2.00 per bottle.
  1. Organic wines age well and are a worthwhile investment.
    Nobody says you have to drink the whole case this year. Organic wines have long cellar lives (if properly stored) and will age well and provide you with enjoyment for years to come.
  1. You will have wine to share
    One of our favorite wine quotes comes from Clifton Fadiman who wrote:

    A bottle of wine begs to be shared; I have never met a miserly wine lover.


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