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Stocking up for holiday parties at annual Grocery Outlet wine sale

Grocery Outlet StorefrontToday’s post is sponsored by Grocery Outlet and written by RMB contributor Bethany Drysdale




The doors slid open, and I was ushered into a new land of wine… a place with an entire wall stacked five shelves high with bottles of beautiful, glistening bottles of wine. How have I driven past this place twice a day, every day, for the last nine years and not known it was here????

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Grocery Outlet. Yes, just past the rainbow logo and signs emblazoned with “Discounts!” and “Savings” was a entire corner of the store filled with wines from all over the world.

I had a mission: get the most value I can out of a $25 gift card. Looking at the price tags starting under $5, I realized this could take a while. So many choices, so many values!

I’ll admit there were many labels I’ve never heard of, but then I saw one shining from an endcap that I know… intimately. Sequin Rose’. Sequin sent grocery outlet 2me a couple of samples of their newest releases last year to review. It is such a fun wine, and well-worth the regular $14.99 retail price, so imagine how happy I was to find it at Grocery Outlet for $3.99.

After I picked my jaw up off the floor, I grabbed a Mosaic Chardonnay for $8.99 (Alexander Valley, regularly retails for $18); a Novella Petite Sirah for $4.99 (Paso Robles); a Spanish red blend for $4.99; and The Vegan Wine Cabernet Sauvignon for $5.99 (California Central Coast, regularly retails for $18).

Yeah, so for a total of $30 after tax, I took home five wines that otherwise would have cost me almost $70. Oh and by the way, Grocery Outlet is about to celebrate its semi-annual wine sale. November 5-9, all wine at all Grocery Outlets is an additional 20 percent off. Doing some quick math, that means the regular savings of 50-70 percent turns into about an 80 percent savings on wine. I know right now that I’ll be stocking up for holiday parties and gifts during that sale because there’s nothing better than a great sale!


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Grocery Outlet is the largest retail grocery remarketer in the U.S. They purchase and consign product to Grocery Outlet businesses that are owned and operated by families. To find a store near you, click here



About Bethany Drysdale

Bethany Drysdale
Bethany Drysdale is mom to two little princesses, and is on a mission to stock her wine rack with great-tasting wines that won't break the bank. Swim lessons and new sneakers trump the wine budget in her house, but she won't sacrifice great taste and neither should you! Read more from Bethany at Mama's Wine Rack. Bethany is a former journalist and current public relations professional who decided in 2010 to pair her love for writing with her love for wine, and Mama's Wine Rack was born. She lives in Dayton, Nev., with her daughters Emma and Abbi, husband Sean, and dog Rusty. There is a cat or two calling her doorstep home, and possibly a goldfish in her future. Follow Bethany's quest to fill her wine rack at http://MamasWineRack.com.


  1. It’s now on my shopping list! Thanks for the recommendation, Bethany.

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