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The Sip – Should We Review It?

The Sip is a bi-monthly sparkling wine and champagne subscription:

The Sip brings luxury sparkling wines to your doorstep through an affordable bi-monthly membership.

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Sign up to join the Sip Society for free! Then Sip-ly pick your bi-monthly plan. You can become a Sip Society member for as low as $55 a box. Choose either a bi-monthly or annual membership, or even buy a trial box. Totally your call!

Discover Wines.

We source quality sparkling wines and champagnes and deliver them to your doorstep. You will enjoy a unique, curated tasting experience in every box. You can expect to see brands like Moët, Veuve Clicquot, Laurent Perrier, Mumm Napa, and Taittinger just to name a few

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The Box: The Sip

The Cost: $60 per box+ free shipping

The Products:  2-3 mini bottles of luxury champagne, at-home tasting guide, and special gifts

Ships to: Most US continental states, excluding Alabama, Delaware, Kentucky, Mississippi, Oklahoma and Utah.

What do you think of this box? Would you like to see it reviewed? 

Written by MSA


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Comments (26)

  1. Reviewing a box that not everyone can get seems pointless.

  2. Seems overpriced. Not interested.

  3. It doesn’t ship to my state but I would still be interested to see a review 🙂

  4. I like this box but it does not ship to my state.

  5. We rely upon sommeliers and the cellars are stocked with higher rated Champagne, so I don’t think I would ever consider this subscription. Shout out to my neighborhood Martin’s Wine Cellar uptown.

  6. Ships to my state. I volunteer to review. LOL!

  7. It is expensive but maybe they’ll have codes. I’m interested (and a big champagn & sparkling wine drinker)

  8. I’d rather see reviewing efforts go to other boxes like Laurel and Reed. This seems hugely overpriced and silly.

  9. I haven’t drank champagne for a while but from what I remember it wasn’t that expensive for a bottle of Veuve Clicquot. 60 seems like too much. Not at all interested.

  10. I’m not interested. It does not ship to my state, but most importantly the cost vs value of items is not worth it to me.

  11. Not interested and it doesn’t ship to my state either.

  12. The “special gifts”would have to be pretty substantial to justify this price. (Since it will only have 2-3 mini bottles included) It doesn’t ship to my state either.

  13. Doesn’t ship to my state so it’s a no from me.

  14. I’m curious, please review it!. If MSA can get in PA (somehow) I’d love to see what kind of value the box would have.

    • Jessica lives in Louisiana so she could review.

  15. Honestly, there are some better sounding alcohol related boxes on Cratejoy. I don’t subscribe to any because of the cost, and I’m not sure my state allows alcohol shipments anyway. But there are some that have mixed cocktails that sound really, really good!

  16. No. I love bubbles, but this ships to very few states. Yes, certain states don’t allow for alcohol shipments, but I think it’s around 40-ish states that permit direct-to-consumer shipment of alcohol. This company ships to 12.

  17. At $60 a box there better be more Veuve & Taittinger and less Mumm Napa.

  18. Would love to see this reviewed! I already want to subscribe!

  19. Ships to only 12 states, and the MSA home base is not one of them.

  20. I love bubbles, yes please review. would be interesting to see the value that comes in the box.

  21. No thanks.

  22. Yes, yes, yes! Please review.

  23. Sounds good, but also sounds horribly overpriced. I’d be super pissed to pay $60 and only get two mini bottles (aka 2 glasses) of wine. But it may be a good option for those who can’t just jaunt over to Total Wine for a wide variety of choices.

    • Still doesn’t even sound like a good option

    • Aptly named “the sip” – that’s all you get.

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