VineOh! Wine Subscription Box Review + Coupon – Oh! Now! Box
Vine Oh! is a brand new wine + lifestyle items quarterly subscription box. Each quarter, you’ll receive two bottles of wine, plus lifestyle gift items that will have a total retail value of $120.
UPDATE: This review is of the Oh! Now! Welcome Box. (This box ships quarterly, and if you sign up now, this will be your first box.) If you already are a subscriber and received your first box before, you will NOT receive this box as well.
This box is actually two boxes in one! The box-within-a-box holds a bunch of awesome luxury items.
Take that box out, and you’ll find the two bottles of wine safely packaged in these specially designed cardboard caddies!
I love how thoughtful—and downright adorable—the packaging is for this box! All of the design is so fresh, colorful, and fun.
This box was sent to us at no cost to review. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).
The Subscription Box: VineOh!
The Cost: $59.99 a quarter + free shipping
COUPON: Use coupon code MSAWineForMe to save $10 off of your first box and get a free bonus bottle of wine!
Save $40 off an annual subscription! No coupon needed, just link here.
The Products: Each box contains two bottles of premium wine, custom-made for VineOh!, “rejuvenating products,” a tasty treat, and fun, unique gifts. VineOh! says boxes will have a total retail value of $120+
Ships to: The US, except the following states: AK, AL, AR, CT, DE, IN, HI, KY, MS, NJ, OK, RI, UT, WV. Boxes ship via UPS Ground.
Keep Track of Your Subscriptions: Add this box to your subscription list or wishlist!
I’m easily won over by cute packaging, so I am just smitten by the pretty, fresh design of the VineOh! materials. In lieu of a booklet or a simple product list, VineOh! includes this little pocket of cards. The pocket has a satiny smooth finish to it and is about the size of a 5″ x 7″ notecard, so it feels sizable and special in my hands. Also, how cute is that orange and pale pink color combo?!
Inside the pocket, there are equally colorful cards that shine the spotlight on everything in the box, including the wines. This first card calls out the value of each item.
The rest of the cards give details about each product. Some even include special offers!
I really like the “Why We Love..” section of each card—it helps show just how thoughtfully curated this collection of items really is.
I also like seeing the brands behind each item—if I love something, I can easily find more!
I think it’s also nice to see the brands and companies behind products because it helps me feel like I’m getting really legit products. When subscriptions are less than transparent about where unmarked or unlabeled items come from, I get suspicious that they’re playing less-expensive or lower-quality items off as something more special than they are. VineOh! seems pretty confident in willing to share the deets on their products, which makes me more confident in them!
Of course, you can’t have wine without wine glasses (well, you can… especially if you’re, say, polishing off an opened bottle while watching The Bachelorette… but I digress)! I can’t wait to dive in and start checking out all of these cute, cool items!
I like that a lot of these items seem to be somewhat wine-adjacent. They’re related to wine or the occasions where you might enjoy a nice glass of wine, so they don’t feel totally random.
And finally, here’s the card explaining the wines themselves. As mentioned earlier, these wines are made especially for this subscription, so you won’t find these unique flavors in stores. You can, however, nab more of these bottles on the VineOh! shop.
Two Mixture Bath + Body Bath Bombs, 8 oz. each – Total Value $15.98 ($7.99 each)
I haven’t heard of this brand of bath bombs before, but I’m wild about these fragrances!
The first one is “No. 12, Sicilian Fig”—a somewhat floral scent with earthy, subtly fruity undertones to it.
As someone who’s used to bath bombs with almost candy-sweet scents, this simple, barely-pink bomb felt sophisticated, like something I’d encounter at a real spa.
The second bomb is “No. 16, Ocean Front”—a scent that’s salty, fresh, and light, but not in the overwhelming, obviously artificial way that some beachy candles can be.
Again, I love how simple these bath bombs are. No muss, no fuss, no glitter (I love a glittery bath bomb every so often, but sometimes, a gal needs a break, y’know?)… kicking back in the bath with a glass of wine just got more luxurious!
The treat this month is a little concoction that’s beyond my wildest dreams.
It’s a huge marshmallow rice treat peppered with chocolate sandwich cookies. Like… holy cow. In other rice treats I’ve had, marshmallow is kind of a supporting character—it’s there primarily to hold the cereal together and add a pop of sweetness. In this behemoth, marshmallow is a major player. That white part sandwiched in the center? Yeah, that’s all marshmallow and cookies. I think Eric, who helped polish off this indulgent, decadent snack, put it best: “It’s probably like… a three-course dessert.” Pro-tip: don’t read the nutrition facts on this guy.
Custom Capabunga Wine Stopper – Value $7.95
One of these caps came in a previous box, too. I’m very much in need of wine stoppers, as I hate shoving corks back into bottles and prying them back out again.
According to its package, this squishy stopper is so secure that you can leave bottles laying on their sides. So far, that’s ringing true! The seal feels really solid.
I hope they keep sending these stoppers along! I could use a collection!
Dana Herbert Gunmetal and Glass Earrings, Style “470” – Value $28.00
Based on the info card about this item, I think each box might come with a different style of earrings from this designer. I was excited to see what I ended up with!
The glass earrings have a slight champagne color to them. The gunmetal finish on the wire parts of the earrings is almost black, especially from far away.
I don’t know if I’m wild about the yellow tones in the glass charm—I probably would’ve preferred it to just be clear, since yellow looks a little strange with my skin tone. But I love the unique shape of the earrings, and the length is awesome.
Set of Two GoVino Shatterproof Wine Glasses, 16 oz. Each – Value $9.99
While I think it looks a little funny to have that thumb notch in these glasses, this clumsy person knows it’s probably a good idea!
Luckily, if I do drop a glass, it’s shatterproof! I like the look of stemless glasses, too. It has a casual vibe that fits with most of my wine-drinking occasions.
These are so cute! I love the bold, graphic text.
I’ll probably drink both of these bottles at my house, but I like having these cute bags on hand in case I bring a bottle of something to a friend’s house, or to a party.
2015 New Crush Pinot Noir, 750 ml – Value $19.99?
I linked to a bottle of 2016 New Crush, since that’s all that’s currently available on the VineOh! site, but I’ll assume the price is basically the same. A white version of New Crush came in a previous VineOh! box, but as I usually prefer reds, I’m excited to give this a try! The site describes this wine as having the flavors “lychee, cranberry, kola, raspberry, red cherries with hints of cinnamon and clove, wildflower honey, and cacao.” It’s surprisingly fruity, juicy, and sweet with a lightness to it that I really enjoy. It doesn’t strike me as super complex—I don’t think it’ll wow any of my foodie friends—but as a friendly wine to serve with a summer lunch or picnic, I think it’s perfect.
2014 Night Vine Russian River Valley Chardonnay, 750ml – Value $27.99
Now this wine is really interesting. The site describes it as having flavors of “ripe pear, vanilla, caramel, and citrus [which lead] to flavors of whipped sweet cream, balanced oak and a buttery mouth feel.” That last bit is 100% true—this wine is legitimately buttery to drink, and I mean that in the most delightful way. It’s easy and subtle, and has lots of gentle flavors. It seems like the kind of thing I’d have cuddled up on the couch rather than at a big dinner or at some festivities. It’s barely fruity, but it’s not crisp at all either. I’m really happy with this somewhat indescribably unique wine!
Verdict: I loved this subscription! All of the luxury items were so much fun, and really high quality. The wines were tasty and surprisingly good—I was worried that wines made specifically for a subscription box might be kind of meh or run of the mill, but that white wine, especially, was really good and exciting to try. I found a few discrepancies (a dollar or so here or there) between what VineOh! listed for values and what things were going for at retail, but more often than not, VineOh! was undervaluing things. Give yourself credit, VineOh! The total value I estimated was right around the $121 mark, which makes good on what the box promised. For $59.95 (plus free shipping), I got a lot of fun and practical items in a thoughtfully curated, beautifully presented box. Add the MSAWineForMe $10 off plus free bottle of wine coupon into the mix, and I’d say this subscription is totally worth it!
What do you think of the VineOh! subscription?