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Best Monthly Wine Clubs – Full Reviews

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MORE Uncorked Wine Club


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With a boom in mail order wine clubs, MORE Uncorked is doing it right by developing a specific niche that is defined by their parent company: MORE Magazine. MORE Magazine is a women’s magazine covering everything from career to spirituality and marketed to women influencers “of style and substance”. The wine club, therefore, is also looking at women of the same caliber: women in wine. An Alliance between the magazine and Women of the Vine, this club curates members’ mixed or all-red shipments of wines made by boutique labels run by women. With free shipping, excellent perks, and a focus on an under discussed segment of the winemaking world, this club is a great option with quarterly shipments of four, six or 12 bottles.

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Club W Wine Club – Full Review


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4
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There’s a reason Club W keeps coming up aces on all of the wine review lists - their unique approach to wine clubs makes them a great choice. With some of the best prices, varied number of bottles, flat rate shipping, a palate profile that allows wines to be selected based on your test and the ability to randomly pick the bottles you want, there’s really not much more you could ask for in a wine club. Club W works with winemakers from around the world to make wines only available through their club, has an easy to navigate website, excellent customer service reps, and the option to skip a month or cancel your membership easily.

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California Wine Club – Full Review


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4
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Around since 1990 and with a majority of its members being in the club for at least seven years, there’s no doubt that The California Wine Club is a major player in the wine club game. Members enjoy all white, all red, or mixed shipments of small, family produced California wines either monthly, every other month, or quarterly. The Club’s Signature Series includes the option of two, three, or four bottles per shipment. While California wines are the focus, there is an option to receive wines from around the world through the international series and many members have two memberships to enjoy the best of both worlds. The most popular option, the Premium Series, is a great way to pretty much always have wine in your fridge with 2 bottles per month.

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Global Wine Cellars Wine Club – Full Review


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4
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Global Wine Cellars provides the experience of the world’s wines without leaving the comfort of your home. Members receive monthly, every other or every third month shipments of three, six, or 12 bottles of boutique wines offered at two different prices. WIth the ability to earn credits to use online or toward a subscription, excellent customer service and fair prices, members are provided with a varied experience in wine that isn’t limited by region or style. Whether with a red or mixed subscription, the wines and explanatory newsletter will educate even the most refined palates on the global experience of wine.

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Gold Medal Wine Club – Full Review


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3.5
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The Gold Medal Wine Club allows members to try wines that have either won awards at the world’s major wine competitions or that have been received high ratings from various publications. The different series include all California wines, for the majority, while the International and Garagiste series include wines from around the world. The club provides members with the choice of frequency, number of bottles, makeup and more and provides common perks like discounted purchases, tasting notes and recipe pairing suggestions.

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Plonk Wine Club – Full Review


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Whether you only like Pinot Noir or you want to try all kinds of wines, there’s a good chance Plonk has a membership for you. There are two unique types of subscriptions: a curated mix put together by Plonk that exhibits small batch, unique, terroir-driven wines that are made from sustainably grown grapes and often natural, organic and/or biodynamic; and the grape variety option. With the second, members select Cabernet, Pinot Noir, or Sauvignon Blanc and each month receive a bottle of their selected varietal plus a wine that exhibits something similar to that varietal, like texture or body.

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Tasting Room Lot18 Wine Club – Full Review


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3.5
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Tasting Room by Lot18 is garnering a tremendous amount of attention in the wine world and beyond. The club’s unique, thorough approach to wine clubs is complex in the right ways and simplistic in the right ways giving wine lovers a perfectly balanced experience. Upon signing up members receive a shipment of six mini bottles of wine to be tasted while online. Tastings are done in pairs and simply ask which wine is preferred… no need to be able to describe like a somm. At the end the member is given a thorough profile of their preferences in wine including regions, climate, and varietals they’ll prefer as well as what to eat with the wines they love. Every three months they are sent a shipment of 12 wines for the same fair price (about $14/bottle) and continue to rate them to make sure that all bottles meet their tastes, even as those tastes change.

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Wine.com Wine Club – Full Review


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3.5
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It only makes sense that massive online wine retailer wine.com would put together a wine club. Their take on wine clubs is a monthly, two bottle subscription for newbies, more experienced drinkers, and wine experts. Each level comes with materials aimed at the type of people who would join it, with the lowest level having education pieces about regions and varietals and the higher levels coming with information on pairing and tasting notes. With excellent, knowledgeable customer service reps; simple options for the club; and shipping to nearly all fifty states, this is an excellent option for a wine club membership.

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Lathwaite’s Wine Club


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3
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The U.K.’s Lathwaite has taken over Zagat’s wine club and put together a quarterly, case size wine club available in the United States. Members choose from one of two levels, both priced at under $20/bottle with shipping and can opt for all red, all white, or mixed shipments that are listed online ahead of time. Members can swap bottles, delay shipments, skip shipments, and cancel prior to each shipment. If members do not do anything they receive their box as scheduled. Memberships are ongoing. The club allows members to receive 48 bottles a year - a little less than a bottle a week, perfect for any wine lover.

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WSJwine Wine Club – Full Review


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3
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With two levels, 15 bottles in the first shipment and 12 in every other, WSJwine offers large shipments quarterly. The Discovery Club level provides wines from small estates while the Premier Club level offers exceptional wines at a huge discount. Shipments include tasting notes for the wines in the shipment. After the first shipment members receive 20% off. A year’s membership provides members with one bottle of wine per week. There is flexibility with WSJwine - members can choose from all white, all red, or mixed shipments and log on ahead of shipments in order to swap out wines they might not like for those they would prefer. There are no membership or cancellation fees.