What you'll get
Wine and cheese for the people – and gin too
If you feel safer staying in and you aren’t tempted to start bar-hopping once more, you can still get back in the party mood with wine tastings in the comfort of your own home.
Decent Drop deliver your tasting kit right to your door for just £56.50 for two or £32.50 for one person.
We’ve created a special Christmas menu, designed to match wine and cheese with each stage of your Christmas meal!
As usual, there’s 6 different wines, paired with 6 cheeses, complete with mince pies, crackers, chutney and tasting notes.
You can expect to find some well-known crackers in there (sorry, had to), as well as a drop or two that you might never have heard of before.
Zoom Tasting Dates
Our interactive public Zoom tastings for THIS menu will be held on:
Saturday 12th December – 7.30pm
Saturday 19th December – 7.30pm
Sunday 27th December – 7.30pm
If you like what you get (and most people do) you’ll be able to find it in high street stockists so you can fill up your basket (virtual or otherwise) with more of your favourites and stop wasting money on bad plonk because life’s too short to drink wine that’s not worth it. You’ll also receive recommendations for other similar wines you might enjoy.
The gin selection includes five carefully selected gins to try and the gin & tonic selection pairs them with five different tonics and five garnishes. All the gins are from Manchester and Cheshire so while you’re staying very local (your living room) you can support local too. The Full Shebang gin tasting selection is also available which includes a deli selection of cheese, crackers, chutney, olives and sun dried tomatoes.
Just because you’re staying home for your sophisticated soirée – it doesn’t mean you can’t invite friends and family over – via Zoom of course. It’s easy – the two-person selections can be sent anywhere in the country for an extra tenner so great-Aunt Mavis in rural Cambridgeshire can join the party as well or you can have a virtual gin session with old uni friends spread all over the country from Kent to Kendal.
The selections are all themed and change every three weeks so you could become a regular. You’ll be a pro sommelier by the end of lockdown, that’s quite a skill to pick up. Note: you will not be a pro sommelier, you will just have enjoyed nice wine and gin.