Wine o’clock

Have you ever wished to get your hands on a fine bottle of wine, within 45 minutes and barely moving a muscle?

Granted! Wineapp has a great range of fine wines, selected by sommeliers, delivered to your door, typically in 45 mins to an hour in London zone 1 and 2 and next day in other parts of London.

This extremely neat app has gorgeous graphics and pretty interactions, married with stunning imagery and great information of the wines on offer – flatlays with the elements in the bouquet? Yes, please.

Usability is great and service friendly – be it in the chat or the driver delivering the goods, and you can track the whole wine journey from warehouse to you.

I placed a few orders to my office and the were delivered in 45 minutes – one even under – just make sure you have your ID to receive.

And, it gets better – if you use my code, DD167, you get £15 off. Now, that’s enough for a bottle with delivery. Yes, you are reading this right: FREE wine delivered to you, so you try and fall in love.

I can not recommend the La Mascota Malbec enough. Delicious and easy drinking at £13.95 a bottle is great value.

And the Ruggeri prosecco (£16.49), heavily featured in this post plus sold at Nobu, don’t you know, which is crispy and fresh, perfect for the summer.

Download the app (App Store and GooglePlay) and make sure to use DD167 at checkout for £15 off your order.

Delivery costs £2.50 but if you spend £50 or over it is free!

written by Dani

You know the drill, but I’ll say anyway: my orders were gifted, only for Instagram posts. This review, however, is based on my honest opinion, written at my own initiative will as I enjoy the service so much!

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