The Top 5 most affordable wine of the month clubs
Last updated: November 18, 2013
Not everyone who loves wine can afford premium prices, so if you want wine for a dime, this list of best affordable wine clubs is a great place to start. We examined quality-to-price ratio (QPR in the wine biz), price per bottle, shipping costs—and of course, the wine selection. Some wine clubs make a point of offering affordable monthly wine clubs because it's the right thing to do, so we also focused on companies with great customer service and strong reputations.
The definition of affordable is subjective—as is the definition of good wine for that matter—but these selections are geared toward value-shoppers, and not just the frugal ones. These picks are most likely to please shoppers who prefer not to spend more than $20 on a bottle of wine, but also are good for people who want a monthly treat, or gift, for under $40 per shipment.
Not sure if “affordable” is the most important aspect of your wine club purchase? Try our Top 5 Wine Clubs list to see a top-notch selection of wine clubs for any budget.
Our editors have pored over our extensive wine club reviews and hand-selected these clubs 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, and our readers buy these wine clubs more often than similar clubs.
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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.
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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).
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.
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