We've been very busy at WLHQ over the past few months. This time last year, Wine List was just two people working out of a co-working space in south London.
The amount we've achieved - and shared - with you over the last 12 months has been amazing. But what have we been up to in the eyes of the press?
And what have the Wine List team been talking about? Check out a round-up of some of pieces we've been featured in online recently.
Grab a glass and click on through...
Reviews of the Wine List
Want to see what people think of Wine List? Why not have a read of Olive Magazine's review of our April wines, which included the "beautiful chardonnay" by Petr Marada. In May, we were also named as one of the best wine subscriptions according to Olive Magazine. Meanwhile, Emma Henderson, reviewing us in the Independent, found our tasting notes and monthly lesson gave more of an understanding about wine than "any wine tasting or restaurant sommelier description."
Ever thought of gifting the Wine List?
With Father's Day approaching, our By The Glass subscription is included in delicious magazine's list of gift ideas. And though Valentine's Day is a quite a way off, Alexandra Dudley mentioned our core subscription in her Town & Country column on the finest romantic tipples, as something that doubles up as a great gift AND something to drink with your other half.
What are the Wine List talking about?
When Chrissy Teigen caused controversy earlier this year by revealing that she'd spent $13,000 on a bottle of wine, Isabelle waded into the conversation for Irish publication, BreakingNews. While Isabelle wouldn't fork out thousands of pounds on a bottle, she explains that there's a world of great wine to be discovered around the £20 mark.
To launch the release of By The Glass, meanwhile, Josh appeared on Hoxton Radio alongside vegan chewing gum brand, Nuud Gum, and sparkling mead company, Gosnells. You can listen to the episode, hosted by food journalist Abbie Moulton, here.
The Wine List Journey
If you're looking to learn a little bit more about the Wine List, Josh spoke to The Buyer about all things Wine List - from how we started out, to what we do on day to day at WLHQ.
Since launching in 2019 (then a one-person operation), the Wine List has grown into a much bigger operation. blueprint named us as a DTC company for the post-pandemic world. That's something interesting to consider, given that our customer base isn't all Gen Zs or millennials. As Thingtesting writes, we're part of a number of brands that are increasingly catering to an older audience too.
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