The 21 Best Red Wine Clubs & Red Wine Club Gifts

Best Red Wine Subscriptions: $20-30 a Bottle · $30-60 a Bottle · $60+ a Bottle
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We’ve reviewed — and by reviewed we mean that, unlike most wine club review sites, we’ve actually tasted the wine from — dozens of red wine subscriptions.

No matter how you want to explore red wine, there are plenty of subscriptions to choose from to suit your budget. Some subscriptions feature only red wine, like Pinot Noir or Cabernet Sauvignon. Others are regionally-focused and and offer French or California reds and red blends. Other red wine subscriptions send a little bit of everything.

The best reason to join a red wine club, as opposed to buying from a reputable store, is the Satisfaction Guarantee. Discover new red wine styles, grapes, or regions, without the risk of losing money on bad bottles. The best wine clubs will replace anything you don’t like, including the expensive stuff.

Another great reason to try a red wine membership is access to wines you won’t find in a store. Interesting wines typically come from smaller producers. Wine clubs, sometimes working with sommeliers, carefully cultivate relationships with great wineries so you can drink these gems.

We’ve noted which clubs are great for gifts on this page, but you can find more red wine gift options on our complete best wine subscription gifts list.

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This list was last updated on November 8, 2020

Best Red Wine Clubs: $20-30 a Bottle

Well-made red wine is rarely priced below $20 a bottle. You most commonly see red wine under $20 in “New World” regions outside of California and Oregon — mostly Washington, South America, and Australia. Red wine under $20 also is common in southern France, Spain, and some parts of Italy.

The $20-30 price range is a good range to explore for red wine. Wine clubs in this range ship good quality wines, sometimes even from premium wine regions, like Bordeaux and California. Wine quality and distinctiveness are the most noticeable features in this price range, as compared to less expensive clubs.

Skip to $30-60 range or keep reading for red wine clubs in the $20-30 range

Nakedwines.com |

Visit any page on our website and you’re likely to find us waxing poetic about Nakedwines.com. If we were to design a wine club ourselves — thinking about quality, value, and experience — it might look a lot like Nakedwines.com. You can read our full review to learn all of the reasons why, but here’s why we love Nakedwines.com as a red wine club.

They offer a huge variety of red wine to explore. Whether you want to stick to your favorites — be they Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, Zinfandel, Pinot Noir, or Red Blends — or venture out into new and respected territory — Tempranillo, Sangiovese, Minervois, or Petite Sirah — you’ll find red wine to love.

Prices range from $10-40 a bottle, so no matter what you’re in the mood for, you can stick to a budget or splurge as desired. Nakedwines.com isn’t exactly a wine of the month club, so much as it is a wine membership. You pay $40 a month to be a member, but you order what you want when you want. If you decide to stop getting shipments before you’ve spent all of your deposits, they’ll refund to you the full balance in your account.

The California Wine Club |

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The California Wine Club’s whole business exists to create relationships with small family wineries in California and bring great value, good quality red wine to those who love it. It’s getting pretty hard to find affordable red wine from California these days — particularly if isn’t mass-produced — but The California Wine Club can leverage their winery relationships to get great deals on palate-pleasing red wines from around the state.

Recently featured wineries include Tank Garage, Fulcrum Wines, Kiara, and Bargetto. Interesting red wines abound and include red blends from multiple regions, Cinsault from Lodi, Cabernet Sauvignon from Paso Robles, and Monterey Pinot Noir. Shipments are $40.95 for two bottles, plus $14 shipping to most states or $81.90 for four bottle shipments, and shipping is included on this upgrade.

Membership includes access to a personal wine consultant, VIP Touring and Tasting at any of the featured wineries, and a Love It guarantee (they’ll make it right if there’s something wrong with your wine or you really don’t like it). This membership is an excellent red wine club gift and they even offer a unique upgrade for announcing your gift before the wine arrives.

Red Wine Discovery Club |

Wine Access is an online wine store managed by a small team of hyper-qualified wine industry professionals. Among their ranks are a Master of Wine, a Master Sommelier, and International Wine Judge. Their connections make for an unprecedented selection of wines of great value at accessible prices — and their recommendations also include those of sommeliers at Michelin-star restaurants and renowned winemakers.

No two shipments are alike, and you’ll get a full rundown of each wine, including advice for cellaring, decanting, and food pairing for each bottle. You’ll also learn the backstory for the wine, how they got access in the first place. You also can watch exclusive video tasting notes for a more in-depth experience.

Our most recent shipment was a comparison of “Old World” and “New World.” The red wines included a Pinot Noir from Burgundy to compare to one from New Zealand and Bordeaux-style blends, comparing a classic Bordeaux to a Napa Valley blend.

The Discovery club is priced at $150 for six bottles, delivered quarterly. This quarter’s shipment has a retail value of $222. That’s a substantial discount offered for these hard-to-find red wine gems. Shipping is included, and sales tax is extra where applicable.

Plonk Red Wine Club |

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Plonk is a small business run by Etty Lewensztain Klein. Known in the industry for having a great palate, Etty’s focus has always been on sourcing interesting organic or biodynamic wines from small producers – and getting them to her members for less than $30 a bottle. For the adventurous red wine lover who’d rather not drop $50 a bottle, this is a fantastic wine club. Editor’s Note: This is not strictly an organic/biodynamic wine club.

You can browse the Plonk online store to see what Etty has recently shipped to her members. You’ll find a terrific selection including a Mendocino County Carignan, an Austrian red blend of Merlot and native grape Rotburger, and an old vines field blend of Garnacha, Ruffete, and Pinuela from the Castilla y Leon region in Spain.

Plonk is also available as a red wine gift subscription. A custom gift message is included in the first shipment. You can print a gift announcement to present in person on the big day, or have it emailed. If you plan to use the email option, wait until the big day to order, as the email gets sent when you purchase.

Four-Bottle Red Wine Club
Get four unique bottles of red wine delivered monthly for $110 per shipment. Shipping is included, but sales tax is extra where applicable.

Gifts: prepay for three, six, or twelve months.

Twelve-Bottle Red Wine Club
Get 12 bottles of red wine (3 each of four unique wines) delivered monthly or quarterly for $285 per shipment. Shipping is included, but sales tax is extra where applicable.

Gifts: pay as you go, monthly or quarterly, until you cancel.

Organic Wine Exchange |

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Proprietor Annie Arnold was so passionate about organic wine that she started a wine business that only deals in certified organic wines. Annie works with producers from around the world to distribute and sell organic, biodynamic, vegan, and no-sulfites added (NSA) wine. Every wine she carries is organic, but she offers a broad selection of biodynamic, vegan and NSA wines from around the world.

Unlike some of the other organic wine clubs out there, Annie proudly displays all of her wines on her website. You never have to guess who she’s working with, which means you can research the wine’s bonafides and be confident in what you’ll receive.

In the red wine section we saw options ranging from $11-57 a bottle, though the wines in her red wine club shipments average $20-25 a bottle. A very long list of grapes including a big selection of popular grapes like Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, and Syrah also includes more obscure grapes like Bonarda, Cinsault, Grenache, Montepulciano, and Pinotage.

The Organic Wine Club is offered in 3-, 6-, or 12-bottle shipments, delivered monthly or quarterly. Shipping is included in all wine club prices. Prices range from $80-85 (for three bottles) to $252-272 per shipment (for 12 bottles). You can customize your wine club quite a bit, so if you have a special request, you’ll add it to your order.

The organic wine club is available as a prepaid gift subscription at the same monthly/quarterly prices. Give three or six shipments monthly or a year of wine delivered quarterly. A custom gift message is included in the first shipment.

Best Red Wine Clubs $30-60 a Bottle

For many red wine lovers, this price range is the sweet spot. In this price range you can find single-vineyard estate bottlings, small producers stretching the boundaries of what’s expected for a grape or region, and exceptional wines that can be cellared to perfection.

We break this price range (and the next one) into California, and everywhere else. We do this because this reflects the selection of red wine clubs available in this price range.

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California Red Wine from Gold Medal Wine Club

When it comes to red wine in this price range, the best source for California wine is Gold Medal Wine Club. Gold Medal Wine Club is a small, family run business that has been cultivating relationships with California’s smallest wineries for more than a quarter century. Two areas they excel in are Pinot Noir and micro producers (also known as Garagistes).

Pinot Noir Club |

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The Gold Medal Pinot Noir Club is a terrific way to sample the exceptional Pinot Noir produced in California’s Central Coast, Sonoma County, Monterey County, and the Willamette Valley in Oregon. Recent shipments (and quick sellers) have included a Sonoma Coast gem, a blend from Arroyo Grande and Edna Valley, and a two-vineyard blend from Monterey County that earned 95 points from Wine Enthusiast magazine.

Choose a two- or four-bottle subscription, delivered monthly, every other month, or quarterly. Note, if you upgrade to the four-bottle subscription you’ll get two each of two different Pinots in each shipment. Prices range from $69-89 per shipment for the two-bottle subscription and $138-178 for the four-bottle option. Shipping is extra and is $14-20 depending on the subscription size and where you’re shipping to. Sales tax is extra where applicable.

Garagiste Wine Club |

The Gold Medal Garagiste Club is also one of a kind in the wine club world. A garagiste, in this context, is a winemaker who produces less than 1,500 cases of wine a year. Spread across several wines, there are frequently less than 200 cases of these wines made — rare wines indeed. I can’t count how many shipments we’ve received of this wine club (it’s a LOT), but there have been only one or two that we were underwhelmed by. We’ve aged them and drunk them within weeks of receiving them, but they always deliver on the value proposition of sending great wine from tiny California producers.

Choose a two- or four-bottle subscription, delivered monthly, every other month, or quarterly. Prices range from $59-79 per shipment for the two-bottle subscription and $110-150 for the four-bottle option. Shipping is extra and is $14-20 depending on the subscription size and where you’re shipping to. Sales tax is extra where applicable.

Pathfinder Red Wine Club |

Bounty Hunter is an often-overlooked place to buy outstanding wines. Their reputation is exceptional — known for their Napa connections gaining them access to California winery cellars other wine stores only dream about — but they’re not flashy advertisers, so they don’t show up on wine club roundups very often. When their catalogs arrive, I usually spend a decent amount of time gaping at the wine selection held within.

In the $30-60 price range, Bounty Hunter’s Pathfinder Club is a great way to get to know higher-end red wine from California’s storied wine regions (sometimes other US regions are included). Three bottles are $149. Ground shipping is included and you can choose expedited shipping methods during checkout.

Each Pathfinder shipment has a theme, and in the last year they have not repeated any themes. I want to list them all, as every one of them looks exciting (to this wine geek), but here are some highlights: Anderson Valley, Proprietary Red Blends, Cal Spain, and Right Bank Style Bordeaux Blends (Merlot dominant). Droolworthy single vineyard selections include wineries: Peju, Verdad, Jonata, Keplinger, and Titus.

It must be noted, I have not received a shipment and therefore not conducted a formal review of their service. I am confident in these recommendations anyway, because they sent me a list of the last year’s worth of shipments for all of their red wine clubs, and I can plainly see the quality and value of what they’re shipping to their membership.

International Red Wine Clubs

Old world or new world, you can find some fantastic red wines in the $30-60 range. Elegant red wines with great structure and ageability (if desired) are the norm. You’ll always have a great bottle of wine on hand for any pizza, pasta, or steak dinner and you’ll likely discover some new wine regions along the way. Here our favorite International red wine clubs in this price range:

Skip to $60+ or keep reading to see International red wine clubs priced $30-60

Bold Reds Wine Club |

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The Bold Reds Series by MonthlyClubs.com is for red wine lovers who like a heavier-handed wine — big bold flavors with approachable but obvious tannins — this is a go-to wine club. Selections are truly International, and also include US wine regions like California regularly. Recent shipments included a Chilean Carmenere, a Montepulciano d’Abruzzo Riserva, two California Petite Sirahs, an Australian cab-dominant blend, and an Australian Shiraz.

Two-bottle shipments are delivered monthly, every other month, or quarterly. The cost is $51.95 plus $13 for shipping and handling. Sales tax is extra where applicable. If Bold Reds sounds like it might be too overwhelming for your palate, we also recommend their Collectors Series wine club for $72.95 per shipment plus $13 for shipping & handling.

MonthlyClubs.com also offers a robust set of gift choices for all of their wine clubs. You can prepay for 2-12 shipments, or preorder 2-12 shipments and pay as you go. You can choose the start month. The first shipment includes wine gift bags for a little extra pomp. A custom gift message is included in the first shipment. You can print a gift announcement to present in person on the big day, or have it emailed. If you plan to use the email option, wait until the big day to order, as the email gets sent when you purchase.

French Red Wine Club |

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The French Red Wine Club by SomMailier is a can’t miss in this price range, too. This small business’ wine club is an international family affair. Five generations of Yungs have produced wine in Bordeaux, France, and US-based proprietor Laurent Yung brings his deep-seated love of French wine to Americans via SomMailier. He imports wine from all over France to the US courtesy of his family’s impressive connections.

Browsing SomMailier’s online store is a great way to survey which red wines Laurent might ship you. Some popular selections include a Margaux (Bordeaux), a Châteauneuf du Pape, a Burgundy (Cote Chalonnaise), and a Côtes du Roussillon. Members typically pay 25% below the retail price for these wines — which are not typically available anywhere else in the US.

Choose a three-bottle membership (C’est La Vie) for $99 per shipment or a six-bottle membership (Rendez-vous) for $192 per shipment, both delivered quarterly. Note: if you upgrade to the six-bottle version, you’ll get two each of three different red wines in each shipment. Shipping is extra and ranges from $14.99 to $29.99 depending on which club you join and where you live. Sales tax is extra where applicable.

SomMailier also makes a great red wine subscription gift. The more shipments you order, the less you pay per shipment. They don’t include gift wrap, but the box is a fun, branded experience with colorful tasting note cards. A personalized gift message comes in the first box.

Italian Red Wine Clubs |

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The Italian Wine Clubs by Roscioli are the real deal — exceptional bottles not produced for the US market ship directly from Rome to your door (by way of US Customs, of course). Roscioli is a legendary name in Rome, with the oldest continually-operating bakery in the center of Rome as the starting point. Along the way they’ve expanded into other markets and their Rimessa Roscioli (rimessa means garage in Italian) is renowned for being one of the top wine bars in all of Rome. Being a member of their wine club is like having a special Italian wine tasting right in your living room.

Roscioli introduced me to a more authentic Italian wine experience, one that features the rich viticultural history of Italy and the hundreds of native grapes that aren’t grown outside the country. Now I’m excited to explore Italian wine and discover what I’ve been missing. The red wines we received included a Schiava from Alto Adige, an Alicante-Carignano-Mourvedre blend from Toscana, a Nero di Troia from Puglia, and a fantastic Barolo (100% Nebbiolo) that made me want to try more.

Italian Wine Club 1
Get twelve unique bottles of red wine delivered semi-annually for 179 € per shipment (~$200 US). Shipping, taxes, and duties are included. “For everyday wine lovers. A unique selection of bottles in each shipment from small producers from all over Italy.”

Italian Wine Club 2
Get twelve unique bottles of red wine delivered semi-annually for 249 € per shipment (~$300 US). Shipping, taxes, and duties are included. “For the wine enthusiast. Our more premium and unique selections from small producers. More full-bodied and age-worthy wines.”

Roscioli wine clubs are available as gifts, too. You’ll make ongoing payments, but you can specify the length of the gift membership at checkout. There aren’t any gift messages so you’re on your own for announcing the gift.

There are a lot of details you should know about ordering from Roscioli, so we recommend reading our full review before ordering.

Passport Red Wine Club |

Bounty Hunter is also an astute buyer of international wines of great caliber. Their inventory includes Premier Cru Bordeaux, Grand Cru Burgundy, Châteauneuf-du-Pape, Australian legend Penfolds Grange Shiraz, Italian cult wines like Sassicaia and Ornellaia, and so much more. Knowing the world’s most sought-after wines helps them identify great wines from these regions in other price ranges, too.

In the $30-60 price range, Bounty Hunter’s Passport Club is a great way to get to know higher-end red wine from outside the US. Three bottles are $149. Ground shipping is included and you can choose expedited shipping methods during checkout. Clubs are available monthly or quarterly.

Each shipment focuses on a different wine region, and in the last year they have not repeated any regions. This style of curated exploration is a great way to discover new regions to love and that curation is arguably the biggest selling point of joining such a wine club. Regional shipments from the past year include: Priorat DOQ (Spain), Central Otago (New Zealand), South Africa (so hard to find in the US!), Piedmont (Italy), and the Rhone Valley (France).

Bounty Hunter’s Intercontinental Club combines their Pathfinder (US) and Passport (International) clubs to provide red wine lovers with an International survey delivered monthly or quarterly — $300 for six bottles includes ground shipping.

Best Red Wine Clubs Over $60 a Bottle

It’s hard not to talk about really expensive wine clubs when discussing which are the best red wine clubs. While a high price won’t always mean there’s great wine in the bottle, there are definitely times when it does. These wine clubs stake their reputations on sending outstanding wine to customers willing to pay these prices.

When you’re spending at least $60 on a bottle of wine, you probably have a pretty good idea of what you want to drink. Like the previous price range, we break these wine clubs into two groups: into California and everywhere else. These are our picks for top-of-the-line red wine subscriptions.

High-end California Wine Clubs | Skip to International

When the wine world talks about amazing California red wine, it’s almost often priced over $60 a bottle. Napa prices can be off the charts, especially for cult wineries and winemakers. While it’s still possible, and worthwhile, to find amazing California red wine under $60, the best vineyards and the most sought-after winemakers are usually working at these loftier prices, too.

The California Wine Club

It’s impossible for us to have a discussion about wine clubs featuring high-end California wine without discussing The California Wine Club. They’re best known for their more affordable Premier Series club, but high-end clubs are where their members get the most benefit from their amazing relationships with small California wineries. The California Wine Club offers two terrific options for big spenders: the Signature Series and the Aged Cabernet Series.

Membership includes access to a personal wine consultant, VIP Touring and Tasting at any of the featured wineries, and a Love It guarantee (they’ll make it right if there’s something wrong with your wine or you really don’t like it). These memberships both make excellent gifts, including options for announcing your gift before the wine arrives.

Signature Series |

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The Signature Series features premium, boutique producers from everywhere in California. Renowned wineries have shipped wine in this subscription, but something we really love is how they find relatively-unknown producers making wine from the best vineyards. This is one way to get exceptional value from high-end wine purchases.

For example, take the iconic Stagecoach Vineyard. According to Cellar Angels, “More than 90 top wineries including Chateau Montelena, Plumpjack and Quintessa have for decades relied on the prized fruit from Stagecoach for their Cabernet Sauvignon and other wines…” The California Wine Club has recently offered wines from this vineyard produced by Patland Estate Vineyards and Krupp Brothers. It’s not unusual for The California Wine Club to buy out the remaining inventory of a given wine, meaning there’s nowhere else to buy these gems, even at the winery.

Choose two, three, or four bottles of predominantly red wine (an occasional exceptional white or sparkling finds its way into shipments) to be delivered monthly, every other month, or quarterly. The shipment costs vary, but the two bottle shipment averages $139, plus $14 shipping to most states.

Aged Cabernet Series |

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The Aged Cabernet Series is a one-of-a-kind red wine club. In all the years we’ve been reviewing wine clubs, we’ve never seen another wine club that features already-aged wine, much less aged premium Cabernet from Napa Valley. All of the wine that ships with this club has been perfectly cellared for 8-12 years and is ready to drink now or continue to age in your own cellar. If you’ve never tried aged wine and have been thinking about starting to cellar Napa Cabs, this is an amazing opportunity to step into a time machine and see what it’s all about.

Recently featured wines include a 2013 Black Sears Vineyard Howell Mountain Cabernet Sauvignon (95 points from Robert Parker and Jeb Dunnuck, 94 points from Antonio Galloni) and a 2012 Anthem Winery & Vineyards Mount Veeder Cabernet Sauvignon. The shipment costs vary, but the two bottle shipment averages $283, plus $14 shipping to most states.

Gold Medal’s Diamond Club |

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The Diamond Wine Club from the Gold Medal Wine Club is the pinnacle of high-end California red wine. Limited to 500 members, the Diamond Club features two 93+ rated ultra-premium California wines each quarter. Shipment prices vary from $175-205 and shipping is extra.

Examples of amazing wines shipped in this subscription include 2018 Sojourn Pinot Noir Gap’s Crown Vineyard (rated 97 points by Jeb Dunnuck), 2017 Titus Family Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon (rated 94 points by Antonio Galloni and 93 points by Jeb Dunnuck), and 2016 GKG Cabernet (rated 96 points by Jeb Dunnuck and 95 points by Robert Parker’s The Wine Advocate).

The Diamond Club is a generous and exceptional gift for red wine lovers. The bottles come wrapped in custom tissue. You can upgrade to include a custom gift message and an artist-designed gift box, too. Choose one to six shipments to give.

Bounty Hunter Red Wine Clubs

Whether you have a thirst for Cabernet Sauvignon, Pinot Noir, or simply the best red wines no matter which grapes they’re made from, Bounty Hunter has a high-end wine club you’ll want to join. These three clubs all feature the best of the best from around the world, but predominantly California.

Killer Cabernet Club |

In the Killer Cabernet Club, a typical shipment will include two top-tier American Cabernets and one equally-great international wine, but predominantly is comprised of Napa rockstars. Some can’t miss examples: Vin Perdu, Lail, Scribe, Pavi, Frog’s Leap, and Sequoia Grove. A few premium Sonoma and Washington selections appear, too.

$199 for three bottles includes ground shipping. Get shipments monthly or quarterly.

Killer Pinot Club |

The Killer Pinot Club focuses on California Pinots with a healthy selection of Russian River Valley (RRV) gems from wineries like: Kanzler, Freeman, and Tiny House. Outside RRV, you’ll find exceptional selections from California wineries including: WALT, Martin Ray, Auteur, and Saxon Brown. We also saw several selections from Oregon and even the occasional Burgundy.

$199 for three bottles includes ground shipping. Get shipments monthly or quarterly.

Most Wanted Club |

The Most Wanted Club is for those red wine lovers seeking outstanding wines from all around the world, but with a California-centric approach. Note: they do occasionally include a white wine in the mix for this club (a Côte de Beaune white Burgundy, for example). Among the California selections are top wineries’ special selections — those they made in the most limited quantity and with their best fruit of the vintage.

Examples include: Janzen Cloudy’s Vineyard, Poetic Justice Beckstoffer To Kalon, Blackbird Illustration Proprietary Red Blend, and Cliff Lede Rock Block Moon Fantasy. International selections include Domaine Nudant Vosne-Romanée (and other Burgundy) and a few Brunellos (Italy). Shipments are $299 for three bottles which includes ground shipping. Get shipments monthly or quarterly. Upgrade to the Most Wanted Six-Bottle Club and you’ll get five reds and one white for $599 per shipment.

International Red Wine Clubs

For red wine lovers who want to try red wine from all over the world, these high-end red wine clubs will delight. Unlike the California clubs which are singularly focused, some of these International clubs include wines from the US as part of their wine program.

Connoisseurs Club |

As we mentioned before, Wine Access’ wine buyers include a Master of Wine, a Master Sommelier, and International Wine Judge. Their recommendations also include those of sommeliers at Michelin-star restaurants and renowned winemakers.

The Connoisseurs Club is $150 per shipment for two bottles, delivered quarterly. Access should not be underestimated here. Our most recent shipment included a 2016 Phillipe Melka Mekerra Merlot from Knights Valley. Only 150 cases were made. We also received a 2015 Chateau Prieure-Lichine Margaux Grand Cru Classe. Given 95 or 96 points by several top critics, this Left Bank Bordeaux gem is hard to find in the US.

Roscioli’s High-end Clubs |

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We mentioned the Rome-based Roscioli Italian wine clubs as part of the $30-60 price range, but they also offer two top-of-the-line wine clubs which include both French and Italian wine. The Collectors and Legends Clubs ship to the US twice a year and the cost (in Euros) includes shipping, taxes, and duties.

Collectors Club Get twelve unique bottles of red wine delivered semi-annually for 1.000 € per shipment (~$1,200 US). Shipping, taxes, and duties are included.

“For wine collectors. A world-class selection of 12 important French and Italian wines included in each shipment.” Wines will often be from slightly older vintages and ready to drink now and for at least 10 years.

Due to the nature of these wines sometimes being from important French producers, videos may not be available of the vineyard and cellar but they do include notes on the wines.

Legends Club Get twelve unique bottles of red wine delivered semi-annually for 2.000 € per shipment (~$2,400 US). Shipping, taxes, and duties are included.

“Featuring collectible and legendary wines from great vintages, mainly France and Italy. Examples: Barolo, Sassicaia, Champagne, Burgundy Grand and Premier Cru, Bordeaux Classified Growths, and Premier Cru Classe. Each shipment includes a free gastronomy gift basket with a selection of our favorite Italian products.”

Roscioli wine clubs are available as gifts, too. You’ll make ongoing payments, but you can specify the length of the gift membership at checkout. There aren’t any gift messages so you’re on your own for announcing the gift.

There are a lot of details you should know about ordering from Roscioli, so we recommend reading our full review before ordering.

Collectors Club |

If you’re still reading, you’re about to get a bonus offer. Wine Access has a brand new, secret, invitation-only wine club. Their Collector’s Club offers “Truly prestigious wines from the world’s blue-chip wine estates—direct from each coveted cellar to your door.” There is no defined standard for “blue chip” wines, but the best thing I can think of to compare them to is the VinoVest 100 Index. Another tidbit, a testament to the kind of access a Master of Wine gets you: an impressive wine from an iconic Italian winery that was originally intended to be a restaurant exclusive.

Shrouded in mystery, Wine Access will provide precious little information about what they’re offering in this ultra luxe club — not even how many bottles are in each shipment. The price varies from $250-450 per shipment, plus sales tax where applicable. Shipping is included for the Continental US, but is extra to Alaska and Hawaii. Benefits include: complimentary climate-controlled storage, invitations to private tasting events with legendary estates, exclusive access to deals not presented on their website, and first access to their most limited allocations.

You can’t find the Collector’s Club on their website without knowing the exact address. Wine Access has given us an invitation link to share with our readers — because we take wine seriously and provide honest, authentic reviews of wine clubs.

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