Wine Clubs—Under $15 Per Bottle

Use our wine club ratings to find the best wine clubs where bottles cost less than $15


There are so many wine clubs available today that choosing a monthly wine membership may seem overwhelming. That's why we're here! This curated list of wine clubs features wines that cost less than $15 per bottle. Our ratings system looks at quality-to-price ratio, shipping costs, uniqueness, and custom features. Wherever possible, prices include shipping costs, but rarely include sales tax. Be sure to select the state you're shipping to, as not all wine clubs can ship to all states.

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Club W Wine Experience
by Club W

Overview: Club W is a new kind of wine club—get a personalized list of available selections each month and then choose your own wine. Very flexible in size of shipment and what goes in the box each month. This makes for a great gift, too!

What We Love: We love the great selection of quirky wines mostly priced at $13 with some better wines sprinkled in. We are especially impressed with the whites and roses which deliver knockout value. We love that you can put as many wines in your box as you want, and that shipping is free on 6 or more bottles.

Could Be Better: The wine descriptions tend to purposely avoid helpful terms that experienced wine drinkers look for in selecting bottles (i.e., no references to "buttery" or "acidic"), and the red wines haven't been our cup of tea. It's hard to sell a good red wine for $13, but we think they can do better here.

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Tasting Room by Lot18
by Lot18

Overview: A personalized wine program powered that gets to know your palate by starting your subscription with a tasting kit—real wine tasting in your living room. A significant step up from anonymous case clubs.

What We Love: Lot18 delivers on value, but at a higher level than other case clubs you might be considering. These selections are tailored to your preferences and they send exclusive wines you won't find anywhere else. Online account management is a big plus.

Could Be Better: We've had some complaints about quality. This is probably more a factor of their high-end marketing push which makes buyers think these are exceptional wines, when really, they're just good wines. Fortunately, they've just made a major upgrade to their customer service procedures and added a phone line, so we think they're heading in the right direction.

inClub Everyday
by Invino

Overview: Custom wine club where you choose everything. These everyday drinkers deliver amazing QPR due to clever buying strategies.

What We Love: No other wine club has ever, and probably will ever, deliver this level of customization. You want it? You got it. It's perfect for any oenophile.

Could Be Better: We'd love to see a ton more pre-made "personality profiles" to make sign-up at any price a breeze. Also, the ability to buy a case at a time would be fabulous.

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Global Discovery Club
by Global Wine Cellars

Overview: A thoughtfully-curated selection of affordable wines whose quality exceeds their price. We enjoyed the unusual selections and the beautiful tasting booklet which accompanies the shipment.

What We Love: The wines are very good, especially when compared to other wine clubs in this price range. The introductory offer and member re-order discounts make this an excellent way to buy wine online.

Could Be Better: This is a fairly limited offering for a wine club. We'd really like to see more options like red-only and white-only selections, and monthly deliveries.

WSJwine Wine Club
by Wall Street Journal Wine

Overview: Great value on many different types of wines from around the world and a consumer-favorite wine club.

What We Love: They have one of the best line-ups of introductory offers for wine clubs we've seen.

Could Be Better: With such unprecedent buying power, we'd love to see better quality wines at these prices.

The Cellar Series
by Wine of the Month Club ®

Overview: Two bottles just not enough for you? We understand. Try this bigger version of the incredibly popular Classic Series wine club.

What We Love: We love that Paul streams his wine-tasting sessions live over the Internet so we can see what he's tasting and how much he's rejected.

Could Be Better: We'd love to see this offered on a monthly basis, too!

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Quarterly Case Club
by Cellars Wine Club

Overview: The best quality wines in a quarterly case wine club for this price. When compared to Zagat, WSJ, and Laithwaite's, we'd pick the Cellars Quarterly Case club hands down.

What We Love: Cellars Wine Club is a (mostly) green company. They use earth-friendly packaging that is 100% recyclable.

Could Be Better: We'd like a better understanding of how they select their wines. We know some of what they've selected, but not anything about why. An Introductory Offer would be cool, too!

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Laithwaites Wine Club
by Laithwaites Wine

Overview: Unprecedented prices on a selection of wines from around the world, old-world focused and delivered quarterly.

What We Love: The introductory offer programs help increase the value of joining this wine club.

Could Be Better: With such unprecedent buying power, we'd love to see better quality wines at these prices.

Best of Both Worlds Wine Club
by WineExpress (Wine Enthusiast)

Overview: For the wine-lover on a budget, this wine club delivers a lot of good-quality wine from around the world at a fair price.

What We Love: WineExpress is the retail arm of Wine Enthusiast Magazine. Who better to select the best wines for a wine of the month club than a company that rates wine?

Could Be Better: We'd like to see some updated "Previous Selections" on each of the wine clubs. The ones listed are a little out of date.

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Perfect Pair Wine Club
by WineExpress (Wine Enthusiast)

Overview: When compared to other similar 2-bottle wine clubs, this one offers a great price for the quality of wines you can expect.

What We Love: WineExpress is the retail arm of Wine Enthusiast Magazine. Who better to select the best wines for a wine of the month club than a company that rates wine?

Could Be Better: We'd like to see some updated "Previous Selections" on each of the wine clubs. The ones listed are a little out of date.

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