What better way to try new wines than by having unique varietals and appellations selected by knowledgeable wine buyers and delivered right to your doorstep? Direct-mail programs do just that and more, often providing tasting notes, winery profiles and even food samples. Once dominated by online retailers and brick-and-mortar wine merchants, such clubs are now gaining a following in the retail food industry. Dayton, Ohio-based Dorothy Lane Market launched a three-level wine club in ...
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