Friday, May 7, 2021

Vine Oh! Oh! Happy Day! Box

 Hey Lovelies,


I have my third Vine Oh! box to share with you and it’s the Vine Oh! Sips & Surprises Seasonal Box.  While I’m not a wine drinker, I love this box because the ‘Surprises’ are curated to help women unwind. I’m all about self-care, so having a box that gives me comfy, cozy items and fun gifts/treats is right up my alley. The wine, well that makes the perfect gift to give to friends and family members.


Before I get into what was in my box, let me tell you a bit more about Vine Oh! 

What is Vine Oh!? Vine Oh! is quarterly subscription box that includes 5-6 FULL-SIZE PRODUCTS that’s fun, rejuvenating, and delicious along with 2 bottles of wine.


Price: $59.99 (seasonally) free shipping

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Guaranteed box value? Each box will have a MSRP value of at least $120 value (it’s often higher).

Where do you ship to? Vine Oh! ships to all states expect for Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, Delaware, Hawaii, Kentucky, Mississippi, Rhode Island and Utah.

How is it shipped and packaged? Vine Oh! ships free via FedEx Ground, expedited shipping is available for an additional price. ID and an adult signature are required when the box is delivered. The box and wine ships together in a larger outer box with the box on top and the wine nestled in cardboard cradles in the bottom.

They offer SMS text messaging for shipping notifications to let you know when you need to be home (or arrange for an adult) to receive your box.

Can I pick my wine? You can selected Red, White, Sweet, or Mix.

Are product cards included? Yes. Each box contains an envelope which contains individual product cards, a box value card, and a Vine Oh! wine card. While the product and value card offers a lot of info, the wine card is general information about the company. I think it would have been nice if the wine card offered info on the types of wine included in the box.

Items included the Oh! La La! Box


1—Cuccio Naturale Milk & Honey Cuticle Oil ($18)—I’ve received several bottles of this (in other sub boxes) and it is a nice cuticle oil so I don’t mind getting another one.

2—Zaxie Stud Earrings ($24)—while these are cute, I don’t have pierced ears so these will go to a friend.

3—Legally Addictive Foods Cracker Cookies: The OG ($4)—this is the first time I’ve had this type of cracker/cookie and I rather enjoyed the salty-sweet combo.

4—The Wet Brush Pro Detangler ($15)—having thick hair, I do like using the Wet Brush brand to detangle my hair but I have a ton of these so I passed this to my Mum (she’s been wanting to try one).

5—Asobu Skinny Mini Water Bottle ($30)—this is actually the only item in the box that excited me. I do most of my errands in the morning and they’re close enough together that I can park uptown and hit each stop as I walk the loop uptown. I’ve been wanting to take hot tea with me but I’ve not wanted to carry my ceramic travel cups around so I’ve been looking for something like this that’s small enough to fit in my handbag or my tote bag. There’s actually a clip on the lid that will hook to the inside of my bags so I’m hoping this works without leaking.   

Number of products in box: 5 items 

Wine Received ($24 a bottle)

I'm not a drinker so I have no idea about the wines. 

2018 Night Vine California Cabernet Sauvignon

2019 Mad Love California Rosé

2019 New Crush California Pinot Grigio 

Total Value of the Oh! La La!  Box without the wine: $91

Total Value of the Oh! La La! Box with the wine: $163

Rating: 3 out of 5 (1 point each for the water bottle, hair brush- half a point for cuticle oil and cracker cookies--no points for the earrings)                                                           

(Each box will receive a rating. If I liked a product 1 point, if I’m unsure .5 point, if I don’t like the product 0 points)

Favorite item in the Oh! La La! Box: Asobu Skinny Mini Water Bottle

Least Favorite item in the Oh! La La! Box: Zaxi Stud Earrings 

My Overall Thoughts: Everything I received in this box—besides the wine—I could hold in one hand. You can tell by the picture that the items were on the smallish side of things, which isn’t necessarily a bad thing but these items—except for the water bottle—were a bit lackluster. I’m still not seeing the self-care/comfy cozy items that this box is supposed to contain.


This is the third Vine Oh! box I’ve received and so far I’ve had 1 outstanding box and 2 that were just meh. I generally like to receive a year of an annual subscription box before I make up my mind about whether or not this box is for me but I’m leaning towards it not being for me. 

What would I like to see in the future from Vine Oh!

-I would like to see them offer a profile you could fill out that included things such as if your ears are pierced or if you have food allergies. Perhaps a complexion profile as makeup items are included.

-I think that a corkscrew should be included in your first box along with bottle stoppers.


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