Working within the wine industry I find myself able to experience a fruitful array of prominent wineries any time, however what if you don’t have this same privilege? The solution is rather simple, you become a member with California Wine Club and get what you exactly want.
With each delivery, you’ll discover a prominent assortment of wines from all reds to a healthy mixture of two or four bottles. You can decide if you want to receive deliveries monthly, every-other-month or quarterly. California Wine Club (CWC) memberships are accompanied by a 100% guarantee, if you aren’t satisfied with the wine selected you are welcomed to either your money back or a new bottle. You’ll find with each club shipment CWC latest issue of Uncorked, a monthly newsletter featuring your month’s wine selection.
The club offers five levels starting with their Premier, Signature, International, Aged Cabernet and Pacific Northwest. The California Wine Premier Club includes two bottles of award-winning wine from small California wineries, as the International Series provides two bottles of handcrafted wines from around the world, mostly reds. The Aged Cabernet Series is accompanied by two bottles of finely aged Napa Valley Cabernets recommended by the Robb Report. Finally, for those who adore wines from Oregon and Washington the Pacific Northwest membership provides you one white and red wine that are from small award-winning wineries.Delivered to me this month were two prestigious wine labels from their Signature Series, a 2014 Estate Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon from Corley Family’s Monticello Vineyards in addition to Comartin Cellars 2014 Santa Ynez Valley Cuvee Cassidy GSM. What I enjoyed most about getting each bottle was learning the wineries history, aromas, case production and hold time. All these key notes where listed in their Monthly Uncorked Newsletter.
I find the California Wine Club would appeal to an array of different wine lovers due to its accessibility of wineries, blends and labels. The club is a fantastic way to discover wines that you wouldn’t find in stores, perhaps you could call them hidden gems.
Wine c/o California Wine Club & Photography by rf_fisher_photography