Visiting Grocery Outlet for Wine Sales

Disclosure:  Grocery Outlet provided Gift cards for this giveaway which has expired, but my opinions are my own.  

Who doesn’t like an awesome sale?  Grocery Outlet is holding a huge wine sale where 150 wines will be an additional 20% off Grocery Outlet’s every day low prices. It is the same high-quality wines you love, but now you can buy them 80% off during the sale. All products sold at Grocery Outlet are regularly between 50-70% off, so that means you can save as much as 80% on all Grocery Outlet wines during the sale.

Grocery Outlet Wine Sale

How is Grocery Outlet to provide such huge savings on high-quality wine?  By buying overstock and products with packaging changes from product manufacturers and wineries.  It is the perfect time to stock up for spring or Easter brunches and dinners.  Easter is literally right around the corner.  It is also good for those just learning about the different types of wines and what they like without spending a small fortune.

Selecting Your Wine type

While at my local Grocery Outlet I chose Rose, Chardonnay, and a Cabernet Sauvignon.  I knew I liked fruity wines and with the help of the chart below, I was able to choose a few bottles to try.  I also found a great deal on fruit, crackers, and cheese which is perfect for a wine any tasting event or a small gathering at your home.

wine Pairing Possibilities

The wine sale will start on Tuesday, March 22 and end on Saturday, March 26.  The sale will be located at all Grocery Outlet locations. Grocery Outlet has more than 240 locations across California, Idaho, Nevada, Oregon, Pennsylvania, and Washington. You can find your store here.

Grocery Outlet Bargain Market is one of the fastest-growing “extreme-value” grocers in the U.S. Grocery Outlet carries refrigerated and frozen foods, fresh produce, fresh meat, organics, dry groceries, beer, wine, health and beauty care, over-the-counter drugs, household products, toys, and gifts. Most Grocery Outlet locations are independently operated by locally based families.