Having a WSJwine account allows individuals to store shipping and payment information, track the status of past orders, and offer ratings on the wines that they have tasted. WSJwine is a wine-delivery service from the Wall Street Journal.
Customers can place WSJwine orders without an account. These orders are accepted only when the customer calls the company's customer service telephone line during business hours.
The WSJwine account feature allows customers to make future purchases more conveniently. Each account allows multiple addresses to be stored for personal and gift shipping, keeps a record of the customer's wine preferences and offers personalized recommendations. Additionally, WSJwine accounts provide a detailed order history and allow customers to access shipment-notification emails.
A WSJwine account further allows customers to contribute to the wine community. Users can join wine clubs that offer a way to expand their knowledge and experience of wines at a discounted cost. Wine club selections are delivered quarterly, but customers can opt to accept or reject a selection. Customers are then able to add their reviews of the wines delivered and update their preferred selections using their WSJwine accounts.
All information stored in WSJwine accounts is secured using Secure Socket Layers, or SSL, and credit card encryption.