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Nakedwines.com Review

A shipment of wine I received from Nakedwines.com

So you’re thinking about joining Nakedwines.com but you’re not sure if it’s the best wine club for you? Then you’ve come to the right place.

Nakedwines.com is a personalized wine club (as opposed to a curated wine club). Compare Nakedwines.com with similar personalized wine clubs to find out which one is right for you or check my brief guide on personalized vs curated wine clubs.

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Who Should Join Nakedwines.com?

Nakedwines.com may be the only wine subscription I think is appropriate for almost everyone. Normally I go into a spiel about who the perfect customers are before I say who might think twice. Unless you identify with the customers who aren’t a good match, I think you should at least try Nakedwines.com. More on who is a good fit.

How much does Nakedwines.com cost?

You make a monthly deposit of $40. The introductory six-pack costs $39.99. All orders over $100 ship free. All unspent funds are fully refundable if you cancel. My recommendation would be to get wine shipped whenever you are ready to order $100 worth of wine (and at least six bottles). More on the price of wine.

What kinds of wine does Nakedwines.com offer?

Nakedwines.com offers a broad mix of wine grapes and styles from around the world. Nearly 300 wines are available at any given time and consist of a mix of red wine, white wine, rosé, sparkling wine, and sometimes dessert wine. Styles of wine include: Big Red, Fruity Red, Smooth Red, Crisp White, Fruity White, Rich White, Sweet White, Rosé, Sparkling, and Dessert & Fortified. More about the kinds of wine.

Jessyca Frederick

Review by: Jessyca Frederick

After 12+ years trying 1000s of bottles from 100+ different wine clubs, Jessyca knows what it means to be a wine club worth joining. Her reviews can help you find a great wine club for you (or to give as a gift) at any budget and for any wine preference.