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The Reason, Uh, Excuse You’ve Been Waiting For: Deals For National Drink Wine Day On Thursday!

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Check out these deals for #NationalDrinkWineDay. My friend, Ashley at RetailMeNot has compiled these offers for you.

Cheers, Jona

National Drink Wine Day Deals for 2021 🍷


This popular alcohol delivery service is offering $5 off your first purchase, plus 1% cash back on all online purchases sitewide. They delivery to most locations nationwide!


You can get $5 off orders over $20, and earn 1% cash back for every online purchase sitewide and get $10 off your first order. Need your wine ASAP? Saucey will deliver in 30 minutes or less in many locations.


Save 10% when you mix and match six or more wines, (750ml or 1.5L sizes) online and in stores. Choose from some bubbly, rosé, shiraz and so much more for under $20 per bottle. They also are offering chocolates with your order right now!


Get $20 off your first order and 8% cash back on all online purchases sitewide with RetailMeNot. They hand-pick wines based off a personalized quiz, and you can give feedback anytime to change your next order.

Get $5 off your order of $75+ withe the code RMNFIVE$10 off your order of $99 with code RMNSNOW and $30 off your order of $250+ with code RMN30WINE. Plus, 10% cash back for all online purchases sitewide.

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You can get free shipping when you order six or more bottles of wine and 20% off rose wine. To help you try it out, new customers get $15 off on orders of $100+.

What Is National Drink Wine Day?

According to the website National Today, the holiday is celebrated annually with the purpose to “reflect on the health benefits of wine.” Throughout history—and especially during the Dark Ages—water was often unsafe to drink, so wine was consumed instead.

Since then, the health benefits of drinking wine in moderation have poured in from scientists around the world. Not only can it reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes, osteoporosis, heart attack, stroke, certain kinds of cancers and liver disease, but it can also lower “bad” cholesterol (LDL) and increase levels of “good” cholesterol (HDL).

Fun fact: While red wines are generally known to be healthier than white varieties, Pinot Noir and Malbec contain the highest level of resveratrol, a type of polyphenol that acts like an antioxidant to help prevent blood clots and reduce LDL cholesterol. We’ll raise a glass to that!


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