Amex - £110 credit when you spend £149 or more on Pieroth wine tasting
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Amex - £110 credit when you spend £149 or more on Pieroth wine tasting

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Spotted this on Amex, not into wine but hopefully it will be useful for others.

I found it by logging into the Amex app and selecting 'Offers' from the menu.

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Offer only available on wine tastings at pieroth.co.uk/ame…tml

To view full wine tasting Terms and Conditions, please click here.

Valid every time for the first 50,000 Cardmembers to save.

Payment is required in full on the American Express Card to which the offer is saved.

Offer only applies to spend made in Great British Pound (GBP) on the Card to which the offer is saved, including an American Express Card loaded into a mobile payment wallet.

Offer does not apply to spend on other Cards you might hold and is not valid for transactions made using Payment Aggregators including, but not limited to, PayPal.

An awarded credit may be reversed if qualifying transaction is refunded or cancelled.

Credit should appear on your billing statement within 5 days from qualifying spend but may take up to 90 days from 30 July 2017.

For full offer terms and more details about statement credits click here. By saving the offer to your Card, you agree to the offer terms. 

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yeah these wine tasting evening are deffo a con imo
I believe it's nigh on impossible to get them out your house without buying anything
did this before - it was a huge rip off and left a sour taste in our mouths.

a family member bought it as a gift for the family. the guy came to the house, was late, had an incredulous reaction when we asked if he could take his shoes off, didn't apologies to the table when he came in to meet us for his 30min lateness, gave everyone the smallest sip of each wine (like, 1-1.5cm from the bottom of the glass, no exaggeration). when one family member asked if he could look at the bottle, then when holding it asked if he could try a little more (and was granted permission), the guy started going "stop stop stop!" when he was pouring. (he really hadn't poured that much). the bottles still almost held as much as when he came as when he left. it felt very much like he was saving the bulk of his bottles for a off-the-books visit. he came so late and left late - I think there was 1 more tasting after us - if any. once I take into account about 8 (opened) bottles brought (and taken back almost at the same full-ness) and about 7 people, we had about max 1 glass per person of all of the tasted wines combined. it's not a cheap (RRP) wine tasting, so it really felt not worth it. oh, and the whole time, he rushed and acted like he couldn't wait to get out of there. we were very pleasant to him...

oh, the wines also weren't very nice. but that might have been partly to do with them having "wines that you can leave open for a week!" and our bottles not being new bottles.

OP, thanks for the thought and for going out of your way to post but I'm sorry to say - avoid!
Edited by: "ns2" 29th Jun 2017
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did this before - it was a huge rip off and left a sour taste in our … did this before - it was a huge rip off and left a sour taste in our mouths.a family member bought it as a gift for the family. the guy came to the house, was late, had an incredulous reaction when we asked if he could take his shoes off, didn't apologies to the table when he came in to meet us for his 30min lateness, gave everyone the smallest sip of each wine (like, 1-1.5cm from the bottom of the glass, no exaggeration). when one family member asked if he could look at the bottle, then when holding it asked if he could try a little more (and was granted permission), the guy started going "stop stop stop!" when he was pouring. (he really hadn't poured that much). the bottles still almost held as much as when he came as when he left. it felt very much like he was saving the bulk of his bottles for a off-the-books visit. he came so late and left late - I think there was 1 more tasting after us - if any. once I take into account about 8 (opened) bottles brought (and taken back almost at the same full-ness) and about 7 people, we had about max 1 glass per person of all of the tasted wines combined. it's not a cheap (RRP) wine tasting, so it really felt not worth it. oh, and the whole time, he rushed and acted like he couldn't wait to get out of there. we were very pleasant to him...oh, the wines also weren't very nice. but that might have been partly to do with them having "wines that you can leave open for a week!" and our bottles not being new bottles.OP, thanks for the thought and for going out of your way to post but I'm sorry to say - avoid!




sounds like a right wine-ker
I have seen this pop up on several occasions on the Amex site, and have to say have been tempted.

Having just looked at reviews of the company, both from a customer's perspective on trustpilot and tripadvisor, and also an employee's viewpoint, on glassdoor, the company appears to be rather poorly regarded?
deleted139113929th Jun 2017

sounds like a right wine-ker


​hahaha, well put!
Edited by: "ns2" 30th Jun 2017
FatalSaviour11 h, 31 m ago

I have seen this pop up on several occasions on the Amex site, and have to …I have seen this pop up on several occasions on the Amex site, and have to say have been tempted.Having just looked at reviews of the company, both from a customer's perspective on trustpilot and tripadvisor, and also an employee's viewpoint, on glassdoor, the company appears to be rather poorly regarded?

​wow, it's the first time I've Googled them for reviews. The reviews are pretty poor. ​​There are also multiple references to pushy salesmen conning/forcing elderly relatives to buy overpriced wine. wine-pages.com/com…41/
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