A definitive list of the best wine of the clubs, according to WineClubReviews.net
We are firm believers that determining the best wine club is a subjective decision. Our wine-drinking budget and preferences may not align with yours, so for each type of wine buyer, we've identified five wine clubs we think you'll love.
We've hand-selected these wine clubs for you because: They exceed our expectations as compared to similar wine clubs; They offer better value or a better selection of wines than similar wine of the month clubs; Our readers prefer these to similar clubs.
In addition to the selection of best wine clubs based on general consumer preferences and what our readers like, we've gone ahead and cherry-picked the monthly wine clubs we'd most likely join if we were getting the subscriptions for free.
The best red wine clubs are a mix of two things: the best wine clubs overall, and getting the most value on red wine (which can be expensive for the good stuff). We sifted through our independent wine club reviews to figure out which wine clubs are really the best red wine clubs. These red wine clubs are sure to delight.
Not surprisingly, there are a number of amazing values in white wine clubs. Since white wine is often cheaper than read for similar quality, we went even further with our best white wine clubs list, looking for the clubs that offer you interesting whites, not just good whites. Use our reviews to further refine your selection.
When it comes to California wine clubs, we've reviewed the most. And probably tasted the most, too. We live in California and frequently go wine tasting at the wineries. We know which producers deliver tremendous value, and then we use this information when we review all wine clubs featuring California wines.
Love wine but can’t really afford to drink the pricey stuff? No sweat. We know how value matters when you want to stretch your wine budget as far as it can go, and we lean our ratings heavily toward the ultimate measure of value in wine clubs—quality-to-price ratio (a.k.a. QPR).
Seen one of those great offers for a super cheap case of wine and want to know which one is really the best quarterly case wine club? Well, we’ve looked at ‘em all... and most of them aren’t worth it. Here are a handful of quarterly case clubs that pass our test to be called best.
Looking for the best affordable wine clubs? Our editors have carefully scrutinized budget-oriented wine clubs to help you extract the most value and enjoyment out of your wine-club dollars.
Looking for a cut above the regular wine selection in your next monthly club? Try one of these Premium wine clubs. The wines typically cost a little more, but you’ll find you have access to a more unique selection, and wines that are much harder to find at your local store or in another wine club.
If you’re a wine collector, odds are good you’re already familiar with wine clubs, but probably from the wineries themselves, and maybe this is your first foray into retail clubs. For you, we have assembled this list of drool-worthy, crave-worthy, and even semi-culty wines to please your picky palate.
When considering the best international wine clubs, we decided it was critical to look at how the wines are selected. Are these bulk wines being unloaded by international producers to an unsuspecting American audience? Gasp! The horror! Trust that these clubs will deliver delight, and not leftovers.
There are many “standard” two-bottle of the month wine clubs out there—one white, one red, virtually (and often literally) guaranteed not offend anyone. But if you’re intrigued by the unusual, distinctive, or boutique wines of the world, we suggest you take a look at this list of Most Interesting wine clubs.
Hot Tip: Wine clubs are a great last-minute gift idea since many of them will let you send a personalized or custom message to your recipient announcing the gift. This message can arrive via email or be made available for you to download, print, and give to the recipient directly.
A monthly wine club makes for a wonderful gift, for any type of wine lover. If your recipient drinks occasionally, or is someone you don’t know really well, you’ll find this selection of best wine club gift reviews a perfect place to shop. Great packaging, consistently good-quality wines, and of course the thoughtfulness of a wine gift that keeps on giving.
You must really like some lucky wine drinker if you’re on the hunt for the best red wine club gift! Most wine clubs offer “red wine only” versions of their month clubs, but this list of red wine gifts also includes special wine clubs that always ship only red wine.
If you know a white wine lover, a white wine only wine club membership is a fabulous gift—for both of you! As the gift-giver, you can save a few bucks since whites are usually cheaper than reds, and the recipient will get a box of happiness delivered each month, with white wines they may not have tried or discovered yet.
The best California wine clubs make the best gifts, too. This selection of monthly clubs has been chosen for this list based on their excellent selection of wines representative of California’s many varieties and styles, as well as their eminent gift-worthiness.
Our Editors don't know it all. So every January, we publish the most popular wine clubs from the previous calendar year. We stay on top of what customers are buying all year round, but these lists act like a hall-of-fame for wine clubs.
Every January we take a look back at the previous year's customer favorites. We decide which wine clubs were most preferred by how many memberships, subscriptions, and gifts they sold through our reviews in the previous calendar year. These were the favorite wine clubs of 2012, as decided by customers shopping for a wine club.
Every January we take a look back at the previous year's customer favorites. We decide which wine clubs were most preferred by how many memberships, subscriptions, and gifts they sold through our reviews in the previous calendar year. These were the favorite wine clubs of 2011, as decided by customers shopping for a wine club.
Every January we take a look back at the previous year's customer favorites. We decide which wine clubs were most preferred by how many memberships, subscriptions, and gifts they sold through our reviews in the previous calendar year. These were the favorite wine clubs of 2010, as decided by customers shopping for a wine club.
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