Wine Clubs—Over $40 Per Bottle

Use our wine club ratings to find the best wine clubs where bottles cost more than $40


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 more than $40 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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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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Special Selections
by Uncorked Ventures

Overview: Uncorked Ventures' "Special Selection" is indeed special. We love the careful mix of "big scores" and "unique finds" they feature in this club.

What We Love: We're quite impressed with most of the past selections from Uncorked Ventures, especially as they include some of our favorite West Coast wine-growing regions.

Could Be Better: We'd love to see more content on their website to talk about their wine-selection process, some of the awesome stories from the road, and even their monthly newsletter.

Pinot Noir Series
by Gold Medal Wine Club

Overview: The most popular varietal for single-varietal wine clubs is probably Pinot Noir but none of the other wine clubs come with the precedent of quality set by Gold Medal Wine Club.

What We Love: They seek out truly special Pinot Noir selections from California and around the world. Pinot Noir is a very fussy grape and we're happy to have them do the legwork for us.

Could Be Better: We don't have any suggestions for what to improve within the Pinot Noir Series wine club. Yay!

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Diamond Series
by Gold Medal Wine Club

Overview: A top-tier wine club designed for collectors and connoisseurs that is sure to impress you and your guests.

What We Love: For a wine club that picks out such excellent wine, they don't need to be so customer-friendly on their extra features... but they are! We can't help but love their attention to detail.

Could Be Better: We don't have any suggestions for what to improve within the Diamond Series wine club. Yay!

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Platinum Series
by Gold Medal Wine Club

Overview: The big brother wine club for the award-winning Gold Series, we think they're delivering a top-notch wine experience with this wine club, too.

What We Love: For a wine club that picks out such excellent wine, they don't need to be so customer-friendly on their extra features... but they are! We can't help but love their attention to detail.

Could Be Better: We don't have any suggestions for what to improve within the Platinum Series wine club. Yay!

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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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Aged Cabernet Series
by The California Wine Club

Overview: There's a bit of a trend developing among wine collectors where aged wine has become a major theme. This Aged Cabernet wine club is unusual and ought to satisfy Cali Cab lovers everywhere.

What We Love: We like that they bring you a variety of aged Cabernets, at different levels of quality from exceptional to rarified. While your monthly shipment price will vary, so will the different terroirs and winemaker expression of the king of all varietals.

Could Be Better: While we get the sense that you'll always pay a fair price for the wines you're being sent, the price range offered and lack of clear proclamation of that fact makes just a teeny bit nervous.

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International Selections
by The California Wine Club

Overview: Using the same methods and ideas of wine selection as they've used for years in California, the California Wine Club has translated their vision to an International stage.

What We Love: The California Wine Club has an excellent reputation and they've been in business a long time. We like that it's a family business supporting other family businesses.

Could Be Better: We think they should have stayed in California. There are many other specialty clubs that the California Wine Club could have developed and left the International wines to other wine clubs.

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inClub Special Occasion
by Invino

Overview: Custom wine club where you choose everything. These special occasion wines 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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The Collectors Series
by MonthlyClubs.com

Overview: A solid two-bottle International wine of the month club. Consistent value and quality, with thorough tasting notes make this great as a gift or for yourself.

What We Love: A mixed tasting panel of consumers and professionals ensures a broad range of wine drinkers will enjoy their selections, and we are fond of all their many ways to customize your order.

Could Be Better: We're not sure these wines qualify as "Collector" so the name feels awkward. We know the wines are great, and are premium wines, but Collector evokes an elite level.

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