The California Wine Club

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  • California Wine ClubThe California Wine Club offers a selection of hand-selected, award-winning wines to suit all tastes. There are several great wine of the month clubs to choose from to fit any budget. Every wine is 100% guaranteed. This is the highest rated wine club in the US. We emphasize the “The” in our name. We aren’t just another wine club, we are The California Wine Club.

Since 1990, it’s been our wine club’s mission to help artisan wineries share their small-batch wines with wine enthusiasts everywhere. At The California Wine Club we happen to think these wines simply taste better than the mass-produced wines that dominate store shelves.

If quality and service matter to you, and you’ve been searching for a wine of the month club to try out, we invite you to give us a try and get to know the artisan wineries we feature. 

Wine Blog
  • The California Wine Club: What You Need to Know About Closures

    Since the 17th century, when glass bottles became more standardized in shape, cork has been the leading way to seal a bottle of wine. But nowadays, we are seeing many small wineries switch to screw caps (also known as “screwies” or “twisties”) for their wines. When it comes to wine, we are all about “inner beauty The post The California Wine Club: What You Need to Know About Closures appeared first on Uncorked: The Blog.

  • Surviving Prohibition – The Impact on California’s Wine Industry

    Prohibition set the California wine industry back decades. Most wineries never recovered, and there was a devastating loss of expertise as winemakers moved on to other professions. When Prohibition began in 1920, there were 713 bonded California wineries. By 1933, the vast majority were out of business. See how some wineries managed to survive, and The post Surviving Prohibition – The Impact on California’s Wine Industry appeared first on Uncorked: The Blog.

  • The California Wine Club: Interview with Artist Ruth Jaffe – Uncorked: The Blog

    “14 years ago, I began painting with wine,” says artist Dr. Ruth Jaffe. “We were visiting a gallery that had adjacent to it a wine tasting room. Or rather, we were in the wine tasting room and adjacent to it was a painting studio. I remember it very clearly, almost like a photograph in my The post The California Wine Club: Interview with Artist Ruth Jaffe – Uncorked: The Blog appeared first on Uncorked: The Blog.

  • All About American Viticultural Areas – The California Wine Club Blog

    All About AVAs American Viticultural Areas (AVAs) are delimited, geographical grape-growing areas that have officially been given appellation status by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms. Their purpose is to show off the diversity and quality of the wine region, with each AVA having a distinct “persona” that divides it from the other AVAs. The post All About American Viticultural Areas – The California Wine Club Blog appeared first on Uncorked: The Blog.

  • How to Serve and Pour Like a Pro – The California Wine Club

    There is no “wrong” way to serve wine, but these tips can help elevate our wine club members’ experience. Let It Rest To Avoid Travel Shock in Wine Most of our members would be happy to drink their monthly wine club shipments right away, but when you receive a shipment of wines, it is best The post How to Serve and Pour Like a Pro – The California Wine Club appeared first on Uncorked: The Blog.

  • The California Wine Club Asks Winemakers: When did you fall in love with wine?

    The California Wine Club Asks Winemakers: When did you fall in love with wine? “When I was eight, my best friend moved in next door. Her family was Italian and her dad was a home winemaker. That fall, crates of wine grapes were delivered to their carport. Mesmerized, I stood there inhaling the fragrance of The post The California Wine Club Asks Winemakers: When did you fall in love with wine? appeared first on Uncorked: The Blog.

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