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Ultimate Geek

  # 1274089 31-Mar-2015 10:42
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Fine Wine Delivery Company

"Return Policy: If the wine you've bought isn't to your liking, please let us know, we'll be happy to replace it with something more suitable or give you your money back."

Yeah I mentioned that side earlier. Most, if not all such places offer such a thing but returns are too much hassle for me, requiring more communicating with the people who talked you into the case in the first place, and then another discussion about a suitable replacement...

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Master Geek

  # 1274791 31-Mar-2015 20:44
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kiwipeter: Thanks to you all for your advice and comments. I hate pushy sales people and this alone is probably enough to put me off. I will certainly check out some of the other suggestions posted here though.

I have used them for many years, I don't find them pushy at all.  I believe you can simply ask not to be called too, tho I have not had a reason to stop them.
Early on I usedta get some of their cheaper barbeque guzzler mixes etc but was not always thrilled by the contents, altho I have only ever had one box that I had to return (and that was a simple and short phone call to organise).

Nowdays I mostly get not so cheap reds from some well known producers, usually something with a few medals to its name, and either my guests are all too polite to spit it out or they enjoy it as much as I do  : )

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