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munkee41182

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Good morning/afternoon everyone. I'm trying to get back into making wine, life kind of kicked my butt for almost two years and I miss drinking good wine. Where is everyone purchasing their kits from? Why choose that particular site (best price, fastest shipping, best selection). I normally buy mine from a local store but it's hard for me to get away and search for a kit that I want while hauling two kids in tow LOL.

Thanks for your help!
 

pillswoj

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I can phone or email my local shops and they will order in whatever kit I want, order Tuesday and pickup Friday. Any "searching" I do is on RJS or Winexpert websites. [emoji3]
 

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It partially depends on your location because shipping costs can make or break the price. For me:

For price and for Winexpert kits: https://labelpeelers.com/
For selection: https://www.finevinewines.com/Guide-to-choosing-a-wine-kit.html

Both sites, in my opinion, have excellent service.
These are my two main sites as well. My local suppliers don't cater to wine beer only so it isn't practical to order from them at full price but I buy my yeast and other supplies from them.
 

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I really like https://www.midwestsupplies.com - they replace everything you order if it goes defective within a year of purchase, and their prices are reasonable (especially during sales). I don't have anything local, so this site has been great. Amazon is also a good source for me, I enjoy the fontanas and having them get here in two days.
 

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