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For more than 25 years, The California Wine Club founders Bruce and Pam Boring have explored all corners of California’s wine country to find award-winning, handcrafted wine to share with the world. Each month, the club features a different small family winery and hand selects two of their best wines for members.
Wine Crasher is a 5 Star rated wine club offering only highly rated 89+ wines at guaranteed best prices. Wines rated by the most trusted wine critics, including Robert Parker's Wine Advocate, Wine Spectator, Vinous by Antonio Galloni, and Burghound.

Gold Medal Wine Club

Gold Medal Wine Club offers a number of clubs: Gold Wine Club - California wines. Platinum Wine Club - 90+ rated California wines. Garagiste Wine Club - Small-lot wines from artisan winemakers. Pinot Noir Wine Club Diamond Wine Club - Luxury-premium wines. 93+ rated. International Wine Club - Exclusive imports from around the world.

inClub

inClub is a unique wine club that allows members to choose the budget, frequency and quality level of their wines. Members may create their own club by choosing everyday wines + more bottles per shipment, special occasion wines + fewer bottles, or any combination in between. If choosing is confusing, inClub has 20 pre-selected clubs to suit a range of tastes and budgets. Just a few clubs include Napa Wine Club, Sonoma Wine Club, Champagne Wine Club, Italian Wine Club, Spain & Portugal Wine Club, Aromatic Wines, and Eclectic Wines. Pre-selected club frequencies include once a month, every other month, and quarterly. Prices vary depending on frequency and quality of wine (i.e. everyday, upscale/premium, special occasion). Example: monthly delivery of upscale/premium wines through the Spain & Portugal Wine Club costs $149, including shipping. The lowest inClub price point is $49, mid-range is $89, and high-end is $149. Shipping is included and inClub ships to all states. (Pricing and Product Info. as of July 2016)

Laithwaite’s Wine Club

Laithwaite’s Wine Club says that it is the number one home delivery wine specialist bringing the best wines from California, France, Italy and beyond to wine lovers in the U.S., UK, Australia, and Germany. With more than 700,000 customers, Laithwaite’s says it still only does top-quality, small production wines from producers in every corner of the known wine world. The club offers two options—the 4 Seasons Club and The Reserve Club. The 4 Seasons Club features 15 wines for only $4.67 a bottle. Members may choose from three cases—Top-Estate Reds, Delicious Whites, and The Perfect Mix. Total cost per case is $69.99, which equals $150 in savings. Wines are delivered every three months. The reserve Club features 12 “expertly” selected wines also delivered every three months. Members receive “extra-special releases, often crafted in extremely limited quantities,” an online preview of each case, expert tasting notes and serving advice with every wine, and special savings of 20% on future club cases. Delivery is available to 31 states and DC including AZ, CA, CT, FL, IA, ID, IL, IN, LA, MA, MI, MN, MO, NC, ND, NE, NH, NJ, NM, NV, NY, OH, OR, SC, TN, TX, VA, WA, WI, WV, and WY. (Pricing and Product Info. as of July 2016)

Les Marchands Wine Club

Les Marchands Wine Club selects wines from France, Italy, Austria, Germany, Santa Barbara County, and other unique locations. Club members receive three bottles for $99 per month, along with tasting notes, food pairings, and producer highlights. Les Merchands says that it only ships wine to those states where direct shipment is permitted by law. This includes the states of FL, GA, HI, IA, ID, IL, IN, KS, KY, LA, MA, MD, ME, MI, MN, MO, MS, MT, NC, ND, NE, NH, NJ, NM, NV, NY, OH, OK, OR, PA, RI, SC, SD, TN, TX, VA, VT, WA, WI, WV, WY. (Pricing and Product Info. as of July 2016).

Naked Wines

Launched in 2008, Naked Wines has invested over $38 million in more than 130 winemakers worldwide. These winemakers offer access to over 200 wines delivered directly to the customer’s door and all wines are made exclusively for Naked Angels. Choose from red, rose, sparkling, and white wines available by the bottle or case. Naked Wines says it’s a “customer funded wine business,” which means customers “fund independent winemakers in return for exclusive access to delicious wines at wholesale prices.” There are no membership fees or tie-ins and customers (called Angels) can spend the money they add to their piggy bank on any wines they want, whenever they want. Money is refundable if an Angel changes his or her mind. Naked Wines delivers to all states across the U.S. except Alaska, Arkansas, Delaware, Kentucky, Mississippi, Oklahoma, Rhode Island, and Utah. (Pricing and Product Info. as of July 2016)

Plonk Wine Club

Plonk Wine Club specializes in artisanal, small batch, and sustainably grown boutique wines from around the globe. Described as “hidden gem, unique finds from the worlds most esteemed boutique wineries,” Plonk Wine Club wines often include natural wines, including those grown using organic and biodynamic methods, as well as terroir-driven wines that honor their specific place of origin. Founded by food and wine expert Etty Lewensztain, who is certified by the Wine & Spirit Education Trust (WSET) and the American Sommelier Association, Plonk Wine Club features 3 Curated Wine Clubs including the Mixed Wine Club, the Red Wine Club, and the White Wine Club starting at $49.99 and 3 Grape Variety Clubs including Cabernet, Pinot, and Sauv Blanc & Other Plonk starting at $64.99. All clubs offer wines you won’t typically find in retail. Both club types offer monthly, 3-month, 6-month, and 12-month options. Included in the price for the curated wines are 2, 4 or 12 bottles (case) delivered to your door each month. The grape variety clubs feature two bottles. Shipments from both clubs include detailed tasting notes, expert recipe pairings, and complimentary issues of Imbibe magazine. Shipping is included in each club members monthly wine club charges and Plonk ships everywhere in the U.S. except AK, AL, AR, DE, GA, HI, KS, KY, MD, MS, MT, OK, PA, SD, UT, and VT. (Pricing and Product Info. as of July 2016)

Pour This

Pour This owner Ashley Ragovin says she has one goal: to source the best damn wines from small, sustainable producers around the world and get them straight to your door. Here’s how it works: Pour This hand-selects “the good stuff” based on deliciousness, quality, and value. Subscribers choose from three options—The Monthly Pour (three “expertly-chosen” bottles delivered from around the world for $98 a month), The Daily Pour (small production gems, number of bottles unspecified, $24), or Special Delivery (limited wines: small-run and seasonal boxes, coming soon). Pour This promises that all wines are sustainably grown by winegrowers not big companies and it ships to all states except Alaska, Alabama, Arkansas, Delaware, Hawaii, Kentucky, Mississippi, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Dakota, and Utah. (Pricing and Product Info. as of July 2016)

San Francisco Wine Trading Company

San Francisco Wine Trading Company (SFWTC) has been operating in the Bay Area since 1976. The company says that its quality offerings are almost entirely comprised of artisan, boutique, and family wineries at the best pricing possible. The store hosts weekly wine tastings, which gives local club members an added benefit. For example, the club says that a membership shared by a couple saves $40 per month in tastings alone, allowing a Tour of the World or California Dreaming wine club membership to pay for itself. The Tour or the World includes two bottles of wine from around the world for $29 per shipment and California Dreaming allows members to sample wines from smaller, lesser known, artisan producers in California. A third club called the Cellar Club costs $99. This club includes 2 bottles of fine small-production and limited-edition wines per shipment and 50% off all in-store tastings. Membership in SFWTC wine clubs features a detailed description of the wines members will be tasting in each shipment, 10% off any current release wines, 15% off purchases of 12 bottles or more in the month’s featured wines, and will-call/pick-up option instead of shipping. San Francisco Wine Trading Company ships to all states except Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Texas, Utah, Iowa, New Hampshire and North Dakota. (Pricing and Product Info. as of July 2016)

Somm Select

Husband and wife team Suzaan and Chris Alheit stick by the credo that great wine is made 99% in the vineyard and 1% in the cellar. Says the duo, Somm Select wines are comprised of rare, mature dryland bush vines of Chenin Blanc and Semillon from the vineyards of Skurfberg, Perdeberg, Bottelary Hills, Kasteelberg, and Franschhoek South Africa. The couple’s current cellar is based on a mountaintop in Hemelrand. Club members can sample Somm Select wines by choosing from two membership options—Blind Six and Somm 6. Blind Six is a monthly educational blind tasting kit, which includes six wines (three reds and three whites). SOMM 6 features a monthly shipment of some of Somm’s favorite wines. The selections are a combination of reds, whites, and the occasional rosé from all over the world. Both clubs cost $199 per month and wines ship from the Somm Select warehouse in Sonoma, CA. Somm Select ships to all states except Alaska and Hawaii. (Pricing and Product Info. as of July 2016)

Tasting Room by Lot18

The Tasting Room By Lot18 claims to be the world’s first personalized wine experience. For just $9.95, wine lovers can start with a tasting kit (retail price: $39.95) consisting of six wines. Simply rate each wine and you will receive a free wine profile that includes your palate’s preferences. After 30 days, your personalized experience will begin with a shipment of 12 bottles of wine for $149 + $19.99 shipping. Every three months, you will receive a new case of wine based on your profile. Wine lovers will pay up to 40% off the retail price of the wines and may cancel at any time with no fees or penalties. Lot18 says it lives by a simple rule: If we wouldn't spend our own money on a product, it's not made available on Lot18. Wines are selected by the company’s team of experts—mainly “former sommeliers at some of the country's best restaurants, who work closely with quality-driven winemakers around the world.” They select wines that are “unique in their own right, and represent the highest quality and value. They “look for the $10 wines that taste like $20 wines, the $25 wines that taste like $50 wines and so on.” (Pricing and Product Info. as of July 2016)