Chardonnay Wine of the Month Clubs

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On this page you'll find all of the Chardonnay wine of the month clubs we've reviewed. 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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Chardonnay Wine Club

by Vinesse
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Overview: We recently received several shipments from Vinesse, including the Chardonnay club, and they've really stepped up their wine buying. If Chardonnay is your thing and that's all you want to drink, now you can get monthly deliveries of your favorite fruit juice. Plus, you get Vinesse's rock solid satisfaction guarantee for every bottle, taking all of the risk out of joining a wine club.

Wine Club Gift Info: Vinesse's niche wine clubs, like the Chardonnay club, are only available to existing members and our readers. This means that if you're looking for a Chardonnay Wine Club Gift to give, this is the place to get it! Choose gift subscriptions of one, three, six, or twelve shipments — and choose three, six, or twelve bottles. Add a personal gift message to be included in the first box. No special wrapping or fanfare, just Chardonnay.

Chardonnay Wine Club

by Gourmet Food Clubs
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Overview: A rare Chardonnay of the month club, this is an excellent choice for anyone who prefers Chardonnay as the wines all come from California's Central Coast. Edna Valley and Santa Barbara County are some of California's premium Chardonnay-growing regions and are included among the Chardonnays which ship with this club. Please note: we have never received a shipment from this wine club.

What We Love: Chardonnay is the most widely planted grape in the world and doesn't always get the love it deserves. While some producers choose to oak up their Chardonnay, others rely on malolactic fermentation to create a buttery flavor profile. We like the creamy, fruity Chardonnays that come from this wine region.