Bright Cellars Review
Have you seen that social ad that says two MIT grads developed an algorithm to send you wine to your liking? That’s Bright Cellars, a monthly wine club that matches you with wine you’ll like.
What’s the one type of chocolate you could eat for the rest of your life? How do you like your tea? What’s your favorite juice? Those are just a few questions Bright Cellars asks you in their online wine quiz. Once you’re done, you’re asked to create a login to see your wine matches. That’s how Bright Cellars differentiates itself: it uses an algorithm to determine what wine you’ll love, and delivers you four bottles from around the world every month, based on your profile. You can skip or cancel anytime, and the cost is $80 a month.
Great For People Who...
Want to try new wines based on their tastes
Are experienced wine drinkers or are just exploring
Love the idea of using science to narrow down their preferences
Like taking quizzes to learn more about themselves
What Else Do They Do?
The offer a Member Rewards Program, including a referral opportunity. For every friend you refer as a member, you’ll earn points that can add up to bonus wine bottles.
You can send the quiz over to a friend as a gift, and then fund a certain amount of their wine club experience
Their blog is bustling with interesting articles and behind-the-scenes looks at their company
Unlike a lot of wine club companies, Bright Cellars has a Meet the Team page, where it’s obvious that they employ a robust staff of engineers and product developers to ensure a great product
If you get a bottle you aren’t really loving, they’ll send you a free replacement bottle in your next shipment.
Reviews From Around the Web
“Bright Cellars does an excellent job of packaging their wines, which is a great way to get customers excited about their purchase.”
“I was skeptical at first of my wine selection chosen for me. However, my wines ended up being delicious and they made me being to be a bit more adventurous with my wine types.”
“Bright Cellars is worth it if you are a casual wine drinker who doesn’t want to spend time searching for new wines to try and you just want to enjoy a few bottles per month with friends and family.”