Wine Club

Today is National Drink Wine Day and we recommend celebrating with the best wines in the world, without leaving your couch. For a long time wine clubs have had the (unfortunate) reputation of snobby wine drinkers and the lazy holiday gift givers. We never believed in the stereotypes and we’re glad they’re starting to change. Nowadays, wine clubs have become a must join for wine lovers and those looking to learn more about vino. Here are the best wine clubs for all budgets and levels of expertise.


Gold Medal Wine Club

Widely considered to be the best wine club in the U.S., Gold Series only delivers rare wines that you won’t find at your local liquor store. What separates Gold Medal is the wines must pass through a thorough selection process that requires multiple competition medals.


Club W Wine Experience

The Spotify of wine clubs, Club W starts by sending you a palate preference test and as your membership continues your deliveries are tailored around your taste profile.


Lot 18 Tasting Room

Your membership starts with a six wine tasting kit and a wine profile that details your preferences based on your favorites. With twelve personalized bottles delivered to you every three months, this club should hold you over for a week or two.


Plonk Wine Club

For the winos on a budget, Plonk delivers the most bang for your buck at only $50 per month. Plonk was voted as one of the most interesting wine clubs by for their unique selections and outstanding discounts on premium wines.


California Wine Club

For those of us who don’t have time to get to all the great wineries on the golden coast, Bruce & Pam Boring from California Wine Club have you covered. They personally explore every winery and wine that they send out to the club to guarantee superior rare wines that members will love.


Do you belong to a wine club? Tell us where you get your customized supply of vino. If not, we recommend joining one ASAP.