The List Wine Club: This new, expertly-curated neighborhood wine club brings monthly offerings right to your doorstep
By Trent Modglin
The List Wine Club was recently founded by Park Ridge residents (and sisters in law) Liz and Alex O’Malley. Over the years, Liz has always been impressed by Alex, a certified sommelier with years of experience in the industry, whenever they’d share a bottle together. Which, admittedly, was often. Alex’s selections were spot on, as was her knowledge of grapes, the best producers from various regions, and what food items pair best with the glass in their hand.
This curated wine club, by design, is perfect for novices and wine connoisseurs alike. For a $68 monthly subscription (with no long-term commitment), you choose three bottles of red, white or a mix each month, with the wines each usually centered around a particular theme. And if your palate begins getting spoiled, you can always order more.
And say goodbye to high-maintenance, unpredictable shipping options. With The List Wine Club, you can schedule your delivery for when you know you’ll be home — to be either delivered in person to your doorstep for local customers or via UPS for those out of the area.
This curated wine club, by design, is perfect for novices and wine connoisseurs alike. It really is the ultimate wine experience. All right here in Park Ridge. Like a neighborhood wine club run by… your neighbors.
In addition to having three new, unique wines delivered to your door each month, the subscription also allows you to share experiences with fellow wine lovers and receive tasting notes from a sommelier, as well as recipes for suggested food pairings. It really is the ultimate wine experience. All right here in Park Ridge. Like a neighborhood wine club run by… your neighbors.
“We offer reasonably-priced, boutique wines that you can’t find in stores around town, and they’re delivered right to your door on the first of each month,” says Liz. “This is the perfect opportunity to learn about wine, varietals, the differences in appellations and so much more.”
Visit TheListWineClub.com for more information.