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We Found the Wine Delivery Services You Can Join Right Now

Taste wines from all over the world without leaving home! We found the best wine delivery services to get personalized selections right to your door.

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For the Person Who Has Monogrammed Towels

Formerly Club W, Winc is one of the most well-known wine clubs, sending you bottles customized to your preferences every month. You can add more bottles to your monthly wine delivery service, starting at $13 each.

Cost: Starting at $39 a month for three bottles, plus shipping

Pair your wine with a meal from one of the best meal delivery services!

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For the One Who Hates Commitment

Four times a year, Vinebox will send you nine different glasses of wine so you can sample a wide variety of styles and regions. (Here’s how to pair wine with food.) As a member, when you find something you love, you’ll get credits toward purchases of full bottles.

Cost: $72 per quarter

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For the Person Who’s a Culinary Guru

Martha Stewart changed our kitchens for the better, and she’s about to change our wine racks, too. With the Martha Stewart Wine Club, the cooking queen handpicks the wines, along with pairing and suggestions, that’s sent every six weeks. (Though you can never go wrong with chocolate.)

Cost: First orders start at $50 for six bottles, which increases to $70

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For Anyone Who Listens to Fresh Air

Channel your inner Terry Gross with the NPR Wine Club, which introduces you to 12 wines from around the globe every three months. All wines come with information about the winemakers, and your purchase will help support public radio, too.

Cost: $79.99 for 12 wines, plus 3 NPR-inspired wines

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For the Person Who Loves Sonoma County

Sonoma-Cutrer is part of a growing number of vineyards who offer their own wine subscription services. Three times a year, you’ll receive four bottles of their quality chardonnay and pinot noir. Members also receive discounts at the vineyard.

Cost: Starting at $120

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For the One Who Always Has the Best Snacks

There is no better relationship than wine and cheese, which is why Wine Down Box is one of the best wine clubs out there. Each month, small-batch California wines are paired with artisanal cheese and charcuterie. Check out our other recommended subscription boxes, too.

Cost: Starting at $70 for a one-month subscription

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For the One Who Loves Free Samples

With Tasting Room, you’ll start with six mini bottles of wine to help determine your preferences. Then, you create a wine profile and receive personalized shipments. You can rate your full-size favorites to help guide future selections.

Cost: Starts at $9.95 for your first box of six sample wines

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For the Person Who Shops at the Co-op

Naked Wines lets you support independent winemakers, which we love. Your monthly fee is banked for you to spend on bottles as you choose, plus you’ll get a free bottle of wine each month, steep discounts and direct access to the winemakers.

Price: $50 for your first month

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For the One Who Treats Themselves

California Wine Club might be more expensive than average, but it ships out bottles that come from small family wineries. There are five different wine club levels, including an international series, to appeal to a wide variety of vino enthusiasts.

Cost: $39.95-$235 a month for 2 bottles of wine

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