Whether you enjoy your wine with class or quaff it like Dr. Steve Brule, today we're all about the vino. We've rounded up the week's best wine deals to help you make the most of your favorite vintage. Save $160 on 15 bottles of wine, nab a wine tool set at $20 off list, and score a wine chiller for $50.
Zagat Wine Club 15-Bottle Introductory Case bundled with a Tasting Notes Binder
Store: Zagat Wine
Price: $69.99 with $19.99 s&h
Lowest By: $160
Is It Worth It?: It's hard to be a wine aficionado if you don't have any wine. Join the Zagat Wine Club and you'll score 15 bottles of red, white, or a mix of both. You'll even bag a Tasting Notes binder to keep track of the info you'll receive about each wine. You're essentially getting each bottle for $6, a $150 savings.
Note that this deal is only available in select states. You must be at least 21 years old to order. Your order will arrive in 10 to 14 days.
Classic Elegance Wine Decanter Set
Price: $24.99 with free shipping
Lowest By: $30
Expires: January 24
Is It Worth It?: While chugging wine straight from the bottle can be a liberating way to watch House of Cards, it's hardly the sort of thing you do in front of company. Serve your guests from the Classic Elegance wine decanter set and you'll save $30. This set includes a wine decanter, stopper, and two matching wine glasses.
Wine Tool Set
Price: $9.99 with $2.99 s&h
Lowest By: $2
Expires: January 31
Is It Worth It?: Although many wine bottles appear quite delicate, getting one open is surprisingly difficult if you don't have the right tools. This handy wine opening set includes everything you need to get into a bottle and keep it fresh once opened, including a multi-function bottle opener, a wine pourer/stopper, a drip-stop collar, a wine stopper, and a foil stripper. This set is $20 off list and a steal at $10.
Wall Mount 5-Bottle Wine Rack
Price: $17.48 with $9.27 s&h
Lowest By: $18
Is It Worth It?: You may not have the room beneath your house for a wine cellar, but you can start a small collection with this wall-mounted wine rack. At $17, it's cheaper than a bottle of 2010 Château du Retout Haut-Médoc, but just as likely to age well. Featuring hardwood construction, this handsome 5-bottle rack measures approximately 23" x 7" x 5".
Candor 8-Bottle Wine Chiller
Price: $49.99 with free shipping
Lowest By: $49
Is It Worth It?: Even entry-level lushes know that some wines taste better when served cold, but storing a ton of wine in your fridge leaves less room for cheese. The Candor 8-bottle wine chiller solves this conundrum for a mere $50, a full $49 off list price. This chiller features an LCD temperature display and auto-defrost.