Many people have asked what a wine tag is so I took a few pictures and figured I would explain it to ya’ll
A winetag is exactly what it sounds like: a coupon or MIR that hangs around the neck of a wine bottle or on the box of win display. They can be for many things like bread, beef, chicken, turkey, flowers, etc. The best part is that they are for fresh products that you hardly ever see a coupon for.
Some require a wine purchase, some don’t.
The key to benefiting from wine tags is to read them carefully as each will have purchase requirements that are unique. Some do require the purchase of wine or beer, while others will require a minimum purchase of the discounted item (for example, save $2.50 on beef; minimum $4 beef purchase required). Some are valid only in specific states. Most of these differences are actually based on the liquor laws for each state, so read the terms carefully, and recognize that these terms are not suggestions, but legal requirements. The allowances and any exclusions are stated on the wine tags, so it’s essential to read them carefully before redeeming them.
Wine tags are just like peelies & tearpads. They are up to your discretion on how you feel if you should take them or not.