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There are so many wine clubs available today that choosing a monthly wine membership may seem overwhelming. That's why we're here! We've reviewed the largest selection of wine of the month clubs and we're always adding more. We look at quality-to-price ratio, shipping costs, uniqueness, and custom features—awarding high ratings for great clubs.

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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.

Signature Series
by The California Wine Club

Overview: A premium-level California wine club featuring some of the finest wines produced in California.

What We Love: They reward volume purchasing! If you can afford it, by upgrading to the 4-bottle per shipment program you can save up to $13 per bottle.

Could Be Better: It seems like the price on this wine club is a little higher than it needs to be, so dropping it a bit and extending more of a discount to their premium subscribers would make us happy.

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Extreme Wine Club
by WineTasting.com

Overview: Geared for serious wine-drinkers and collectors, this wine club features some of the finest wines available today.

What We Love: This club offers very high-quality wines from excellent wineries that any wine connoisseur would love.

Could Be Better: We'd like to see a little more inclusion of hard-to-find wines or undiscovered gems to complement any collector's collection.

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West Coast Wine Club
by Cellars Wine Club

Overview: Recognizing that there is more to wine on the west coast of the United States than what California produces, they've come up with a club to help you explore Oregon and Washington's award-winning wine regions, too.

What We Love: You get to dig in deeper on wines that rarely leave their states, expand your knowledge of how varietals create different flavor profiles depending on where they're grown, and keep on enjoying California wines.

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.

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California Treasures
by Vinesse

Overview: Value-minded selections for California wine lovers

What We Love: California wines can get pricey because real estate is so expensive here, but Vinesse finds great bargains to represent California

Could Be Better: Considering there'???s a glut of high-end California wine on the market, we think this wine club could deliver better quality wine for these value prices

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Elevant Society Wine Club
by Vinesse

Overview: Reliably good quality premium wines. Includes some real gems and we often see their selections on Lot18.

What We Love: We've been happy with the quality and value of 80% of the wine we've received from the Elevant Society wine club. We think you will be, too.

Could Be Better: We'd like to see a little less of the superlatives... "super-premium" wines don't carry a $35 price tag. Regardless, these are definitely premium wines worth their price.

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Syrah Wine Club
by Gourmet Food Clubs

Overview: A rare wine club focusing only on Syrah. If you are or know a Syrah (or Shiraz) lover, this is a no-brainer decision.

What We Love: Paso Robles Syrah is typically a big fruity wine that goes best with BBQ, pizza, and Italian food. We love that this wine club is an opportunity to sample many wonderful Paso Robles Syrah wines.

Could Be Better: We'd like them to publish what wines they've shipped to customers in the past and we'd like it if the website were more user-friendly.

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Zinfandel Wine Club
by Gourmet Food Clubs

Overview: A rare wine club focusing only on red Zinfandel. If you are or know a Zin lover, this is a no-brainer decision.

What We Love: Paso Robles Zinfandel is typically a big fruity wine that goes best with BBQ, pizza, and Italian food. We love that this wine club is an opportunity to sample many wonderful Paso Robles Zinfandel wines.

Could Be Better: We'd like them to publish what wines they've shipped to customers in the past and we'd like it if the website were more user-friendly.

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4 Seasons Wine Club
by 4 Seasons 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: No recommendations for improvement here. We think they're offering a solid wine club.

California Classics & More
by WineExpress (Wine Enthusiast)

Overview: A good wine club for people who love California wine and are willing to pay a little extra to ensure happiness in every shipment.

What We Love: It's a California wine club focusing on well-reviewed wines and wineries. What's not to love? We also love their flexible billing options.

Could Be Better: As with other WineExpress wine clubs, we'd really like to see them drop the prices to reflect the customer loyalty inherent in a wine club subscription.

 
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