Wine Clubs that Can Send Wine to Wyoming

Monthly wine clubs with delivery to WY. We assume they're not breaking any laws.

The shipping laws in the United States are complicated if you're trying to send a gift of wine. Wineries hate it as much as you do, but there are workarounds. If you live in a state where shipping is free-and-clear, yay for you! If you need to ship wine somewhere with stricter laws though, you need this page to help you shop. These wine of the months clubs will ship wine to Wyoming. Please send your legal inquiries to the companies directly.

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90+ Point Wine Club
by Cellars Wine Club
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Overview: Wine ratings are subjective but it's rare to find a 90+ point wine that isn't of a certain respectable level of quality, even if you don't like it's taste.

What We Love: This 90+ point club is a little expensive if all you got were 90-point wines, but you really do get 90+ (usually +)!

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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Overview: A personalized wine program powered by the innovative technology of Lot18. The Forbes family seems to love their wine so much, they wanted their own wine club. This offer is very similar to the Tasting Room by Lot18 wine club.

What We Love: The price is right for a mid-quality case of wine, but we love that this one comes tailored to your specific tastes. The tasting kit makes for a fun wine adventure right in your living room, and thank goodness you can manage your entire account online.

Could Be Better: We'd like to see a higher-end version of this program offering $25 bottles instead of $12 bottles. The concept is right, but the quality isn't appropriate for a wine connoisseur.

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Light & Sweet Wine Club
by Vinesse
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Overview: A rare wine club designed for those who love light and sweet wines. Great for summer sipping and you don???t even need food to enjoy these gems.

What We Love: We strongly support all niche wine clubs. The taste of wine is subjective and we think everyone should drink what they love.

Could Be Better: We'd love to see customers rewarded for buying bigger allotments. "Buy more save more" would be great!

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Quarterly Case Club
by Cellars Wine Club
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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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Pinot Noir Wine Club
by Vinesse
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Overview: This is an entry-level Pinot Noir club for people who love Pinot but can't afford premium Pinot Noir

What We Love: There are a number of wineries out there making affordable Pinot Noir and now we don't have to hunt to find them

Could Be Better: We'd always like to know which wines have been in recent shipments. Their transparency could be better.

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Cabernet Wine Club
by Vinesse
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Overview: This is an entry-level Cabernet club for people who love Cabernet Sauvignon but can't afford Napa Cab prices

What We Love: Cabernet is a great everyday wine when it's affordable, so these prices make us want to drink Cab every day

Could Be Better: We'd always like to know which wines have been in recent shipments. Their transparency could be better.

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Elevant Society Wine Club
by Vinesse
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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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California Treasures
by Vinesse
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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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Syrah Wine Club
by Gourmet Food Clubs
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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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Battle of the Month Club
by Wine Battles
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Overview: Entry-level tournament where you compare two wines head-to-head. Best when shared with friends as you open two full-size bottles at one time.

What We Love: The most in-depth wine education experience in any wine club. Someone even gets to play the sommelier! (Feels kind of like being the banker in Monopoly.)

Could Be Better: The "game" experience could be structured to support various levels of interest, in case you're tired and you mostly just want to enjoy the wines and the experience of comparing them.

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