Stay home and still enjoy French wine

Written by on April 2, 2020 in Wine and Drinks

Woman drinking a glass of wine whilst chatting on a laptop with friends

Whether you want a glass of French wine to enjoy over a Zoom or FaceTime call to catch up with friends, or to pair with a delicious dinner in the garden after staying indoors all day working, these trying times call for a glass of wine… With in the US you can have your wine delivered to your home.

Don’t leave home to get your wine – get it delivered

Instead of making a special trip out to buy your wine, why not order online and enjoy some of the best boutique French wines available in the US. can deliver straight to your door and they have a terrific range of white, red and rosé wines as well as Champagne. It’s a great way to support a small business. And, you don’t even have to leave the house.

Man making joining an online cookery meeting with friends and drinking a glass of wine

Laurent Yung of runs a French wine club, delivering wine every 3 months to members. He also has a wine cellar full of delicious French wines non-members can buy.

And, in these difficult times, he’s offering 10% of all orders whether it’s for a membership or for a one off delivery.

Pizza and wine at homeIt’s also a great way to send a gift to a loved one you can’t see on a birthday or special date during this time of self-isolating. Why not hold cook together sessions? Or maybe or meet up with your friends on the internet whilst we’re all staying home. Meet up on an app like FaceTime or Zoom, have a chat, share a glass of wine from afar and enjoy each other’s company. specialises in hard to find (most of which are exclusive in the US),  impossible to forget wines. They’re sourced from an extensive network of French wine producers and generations of family winemakers. Every bottle comes with tasting notes come with the wine and details of where it was made which somehow makes it taste even better. With so many restaurants offering take-away and home delivery options, pairing with a bottle of French wine will help you create your home-restaurant experience.

Why not treat yourself, or a loved one, to a bottle of fabulous French wine at home. And, don’t’ forget to use code TGLF2020 to get your 10% discount. 

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