How to Find the Best Wine Club?

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So, how do you find the best wine club out there? With so many options available to wine enthusiasts today, the choice may seem like a difficult one, but it doesn’t have to be!

Finding the best club out there relies much on not only your interests in wine, but also your budget. Follow these simple suggestions to find the right club for you.

Do a Little Research

All you need to find the best club is a little desire to find one that suits your interests and budget and a little time. If you already have a few wine club offers that you are considering, great!

Just be sure to read through them and

  • compare the pricing of the membership,

  • what perks they offer,

  • and their offers.

You will find that while many wine clubs are similar, some just offer more bang for the buck!

Think About Your Budget

If you don’t have all the money in the world, you are probably on a budget, especially when it comes to entertainment and hobbies. So, it is a good idea to set a maximum price that you would be willing and able to comfortably spend on a wine club either on a monthly, quarterly, or annual basis.

As you do your research on the possible wine clubs, it will be easy to get caught up in the appeal while forgetting about the cost. It is important to find a good value for your needs and preferences.

(As a personal suggestion: If you can't afford it - don't buy it.)

Your Wine Preferences

What kind of wine do you enjoy?

Considering your personal wine preferences is a key element of finding the best wine club for you! Remember, while the basic setup of most wine clubs is pretty much the same, not all wines offered are alike, so take a look at what kind of wines each club features.

If you’re the type of wine lover that prefers high point wines, you may opt for a club that offers only high quality wines, perhaps 90 point and higher. Most clubs featuring high point wines are quite exclusive.

Look at the Wines Offered

Many wine clubs specialize in certain types of wine.

  • One wine club may focus solely on the wines of California while others explore the entire world.

  • Some clubs offer only red wines and others only whites.

A club you are considering may even specialize in offering an exciting array of sparkling wines only. If you are interested in only red wines from Italy, you may not want to join a club that offers a variety of wines from all over the world. This should help you narrow your search.

Consider the Wine Experience

Does the club you are considering offer a fun and exciting way to experience the world of wine?

While it may be great to get a couple of bottles shipped to you each month, it may be more beneficial to you if there are other perks involved.

The best wine club for you may be one that not only offers wines that you are particularly interested in, but exclusive member offers including winery tours, discounts on wine purchases, and tastings throughout your region.

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