For those who are seriously trying to get into wines for the first time, it can be daunting. There are many things to take into consideration like who made it, where it was made, when it was made, and so on. Just because wine is separated into reds and whites doesn’t mean that that’s all there is to it either.
Enter Bright Cellars. This is an online wine club which was launched by a pair of MIT graduates. The idea is to take the guesswork out of trying to figure out what your favorite wine might be, and since most of us don’t have access to a sommelier on hand, getting a person to recommend something to you might be tricky.
Instead what Bright Cellars does is it asks wine enthusiasts to take an online quiz in order to determine your preferences. It will ask questions such as what is your favorite chocolate, favorite juice, your dining habits, and so on. At the end of it, the site will then spit back four different types/brands of wine that it thinks might suit you best.
Just like with most online curation tools such as with music streaming services, you will need to rate the answers given to you in order for the site to improve itself. Bright Cellars is a wine club so there will be a $60 a month subscription. With the subscription, you will get to try four different wines a month. If this sounds good, hit up its website for the details.
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