Fortunately, they are good at more than marketing. Next day delivery as standard is a real bonus and it's free if you spend more than £80. (£4.99 or £6.99 for Saturdays if not). The minimum purchase is 6 bottles and if you become an "angel investor" the wines are discounted by 25%. From the samples I've tasted so far, the angel price is actually what the wines are worth rather than a hefty discount, but let's see... They also claim that if you don't like a wine they'll refund the money in full. I'm hoping you won't need to test that claim but have heard from friends that they've fulfilled this without question, in the past.
If you're looking for something as a change from your usual whites, you could give this a go. It's not perhaps as aromatic as an Alsace version, but it's easy to drink and very refreshing.
The full horror of the situation was revealed only the next morning. The wine spray had achieved greater heights than I thought possible and my kitchen walls and ceiling now resemble a bloodbath in an abattoir. Looks like that wine bargain turned out to be more expensive than I thought. How much is a can of paint these days?
- Do you spend mind spending £8-10 a bottle?
- Do you spend more than £20 per month on wine?
- Do you prefer something a bit different from the supermarket brands?
- Do you find it difficult to get to a good independent wine retailer?
- Are you happy to buy at least 6 bottles at a time?
- Do you like shopping naked (or at least in your pyjamas?)
If you can answer yes to these questions, then getting Naked is probably going to be good for you.