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Sam's Club selling '12 Days of Wine' calendar ahead of Christmas season

James Leggate
·1 min read

Forget the partridge in a pear tree. Sam’s Club just released a much more practical gift for celebrating “The Twelve Days of Christmas.”

The “12 Days of Wine Calendar” comes with 12 miniature bottles of wine, each with an ugly holiday sweater-themed label.

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All of the wines are from California. Each is hidden behind an ugly holiday sweater picture, so it’s a surprise each day – or however frequently you taste them.

For those who’d rather not be surprised, the calendar contains one each of cabernet sauvignon, chardonnay, zinfandel, cabernet-syrah blend, red blend, cabernet-merlot blend, pinot noir, pinot grigio, sweet Riesling, sauvignon blanc, merlot and rose.

As Sam’s Club puts it, it’s “more fun than an ugly holiday sweater.”

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Each bottle is 187ml, enough for two people to share, according to Sam’s Club. But it’s also not too much to enjoy alone. For comparison, a standard bottle of wine is 750ml.

The calendar is priced a $37.98, so that’s about $3.17 per bottle.

While the members-only bulk retailer is known for its low prices, including on alcohol, Sam’s Club wine has actually gotten positive reviews from critics.

The Walmart-owned chain has close to 600 locations across the U.S.

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