WineDealAdvisor, LLC launches New, Revolutionary Wine Website Providing Wine-buying Advice and Purchase Recommendations to Consumers.

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WineDealAdvisor.com scours the web to find the best wine deals and help consumers save money and drink better wines.

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Founder Rick Dyer stated “We don't sell wine, we help our members buy it. We designed WineDealAdvisor.com to provide informed, objective advice so that our members can save money and drink better wines.”

Today, WineDealAdvisor, LLC has announced the launch of a new and revolutionary website (WineDealAdvisor.com) dedicated to helping consumers find and buy great deals on wine. The website aggregates and analyzes information about the wine deals available from wine stores across the U.S. – and then provides wine-buying advice about them to its members. Their advice includes a full analysis of each deal along with specific recommendations on which deals consumers should buy, which they should skip, and why.

Members are also provided with the capability to search for the exact wine deals they want based on any combination of location, variety, winery, wine scores, price, or percentage discount.

WineDealAdvisor.com is every wine-buyer’s best friend, for a couple of reasons: 1) they review not only the wine itself, but also the price of each wine deal; and 2) they do not sell wine or benefit in any way from what or where a wine is purchased. Because of this, their reviews are totally objective and are also more comprehensive than those found on any other wine website.

This is a subscription website priced at $24.95 for a 6 month subscription or 39.95 for 12 months. A 10-day Free-Trial is also available.

In addition to the subscription service, the site also offers a list of recommended wines, wineries and vintages. It is called “Rick’s Picks” and is available to view or download at no cost to anyone who visits the website.

About WineDealAdvisor: WineDealAdvisor.com was founded by a couple of wine consumers who wanted to stop buying wines that weren’t very good, drink better wines, and also save money on the wines they did buy. Eventually, they developed a process that has enabled them to do all three. WineDealAdvisor was established to share the benefits of what they had learned with other wine lovers.

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