Are Post Offices Becoming the New Fine Wine Shops?

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More consumers then ever are purchasing their fine wines online. Today we sit down with Michael Wade of WineFlash.com

Let's face it, the internet is an easy way to shop during the hustle and bustle of the holiday season.

With the holiday season quickly approaching, many people will once again be thanking their mail carrier by leaving a bottle of wine in the mailbox. But this year, more homeowners may find cases of wine on their front porch as internet wine sales continue to skyrocket.

Flash wine sites, like WineFlash.com, have carved a niche' into the world of internet wine sales. Driven by the challenging economic times, a surplus of high quality wine, and a growing class of cost conscious yet sophisticated consumers, more people are turning to their computers and smartphones to make their holiday purchases.

Michael Wade of WineFlash is already experiencing this phenomenon. "Let's face it, the internet is an easy way to shop during the hustle and bustle of the holiday season. Consumer confidence levels in purchasing wine online has increased dramatically over the years. But I personally think the biggest reason for our increase in sales at WineFlash has to do with the free shipping. Who doesn't love free shipping?"

With offers ranging from $10 per bottle to over $100 per bottle there is something for everyone's wine budget. "I focus on one highly rated wine a day. It's offered at the lowest price on the internet with savings up to 75% off. So the wines go fast," states Wade. In addition to the already steep discounts, WineFlash is currently offering an extra 10% off for first time buyers.

It just could be possible that this holiday season's bottle of wine that you give to your mail carrier, may very well have been delivered to you by him in the first place.

In order to buy from WineFlash, the purchaser needs to be 21 years of age and an adult signature is required upon delivery.

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