11 Wine Clubs You Can Afford to Join Right Now

These wine clubs cost less than $100 a month and offer lots of delicious varieties of vino.

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September 06, 2019
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If you love to kick back with a glass of wine after a long day, you know how pricey (and tiring!) it can get to continuously grab bottles on the way home from work. Luckily, there are quite a few wine subscription services that provide lots of bottles for you to test out at prices you can afford. We’ve rounded up some of the most convenient, delicious services that all ring in at under $100 a month. Cheers to that!

$39

Winc, $39 per month (plus, $9 shipping) for 3 bottles per order ($22 off your first order)

If you’re never sure which wine you’ll love, Winc is the service for you. It has curated reviews from more than five million members to narrow down the most delicious wines. They determine your tastes through six questions and encourage your feedback to improve future selections. Winc also offers private labels that you can’t find in stores, as well as their own in-house bottles. Plus, if you join through the link above, Food Network fans will receive $22 off their first order (discount applied at checkout).

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HelloFresh, $89 per month for 6 bottles per order

The HelloFresh wine subscription box is ideal for the couple that loves to entertain. It comes with six full-sized bottles that you can customize in red, white or mixed cases. The monthly wine deliveries also feature a meal-pairing guide, so you can perfectly match your wine to whatever dinner you're preparing that night.

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$65.99

Blue Apron, $65.99 per month for 6 bottles per order

Blue Apron will send you six 500 milliliter bottles each month that are meant to complement the brand's meals, but, in all honesty, these wines are delicious no matter what. The meal kit service also sends information about the flavor profile, putting you one step closer to becoming a self-proclaimed "wine snob." We like this service because the bottles are sized perfectly for two people, leading to less wasted wine — and, you know, waste, in general. If you're not quite ready to commit to a subscription, check out Blue Apron's wine bundles. Use the code FOODNETWORK to get 15% off your first bundle.

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Vinebox, $72 per quarter for 9 glasses per order

Sometimes choosing an entire bottle can be too daunting, especially if you live alone or like to take your time with a bottle. Vinebox is here to answer the call of single-glass drinkers everywhere. The service sends along nine of the season’s best wines — from recent vintage cellar releases to current wines that are on-trend — in convenient single-glass servings.

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Martha Stewart, $49.99 per month for 6 bottles per order

Of course Martha has her own wine subscription service. Choose a box of red, white or a selection of both, then decide whether you’d like it delivered every six or eight weeks. While you can choose specific blends, Martha chooses the bottles — so you know they’re quality.

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WineSociety, $49 per quarter (or $149 per year) for 3 cans per order

Great wine really can come, well, in a can! These wines are perfectly balanced, so that they’re not too sweet or dry, and come in 500-milliliter cans (about three generous glasses of wine). WineSociety subscribers can choose from delicious red, white, rosé and sparkling rosé blends with cheeky names like "Chance," "Fate," and "Tempt."

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Ninety Plus Cellars, $50 per quarter for 3 bottles per order

Ninety Plus Cellars allows customers to tailor the amount of bottles that they’re sent to either three, six or 12 per quarter. Chose from red, white, sparkling and rosé options that are curated from highly-reviewed wine cellars around the world. The team tastes thousands of options each year in order to find their selections.

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$89.95

Firstleaf, $89.95 per month for 6 bottles per order

If you love to stay up to speed on the wines that are making waves in the industry, this subscription service will help you out. They offer hundreds of wines, and 92 percent of them are award-winning.

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Bright Cellars, $80 per month for 4 bottles per order

Bright Cellars creates your taste profile based on a quiz, and then shows you which four wines you’re most likely to love from their expansive selection. Once you’ve scoped those out, they’ll continue sending you wines that complement your tastes.

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$69.99

WSJ Wine, $69.99 per quarter for 12 bottles per order

That’s right, the Wall Street Journal has a wine club. The subscription tailors wines from all over the world to your tastes and matches you with local retailers who will fulfill your order. You can choose entirely white, red or mixed cases. If you're feeling inspired after a recent trip, you can even tailor your box to include wines from entirely one region.

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TCM Wine Club, $149.99 per quarter (plus, $19.99 shipping) for 12 bottles per order

Calling all movie lovers! The TCM wine club offers a selection of wines that are based around classic films — so grab your best buds and host movie night at your place this month. In addition to receiving wines paired with movie suggestions, each case also features collectible movie-themed wines that come in beautiful bottles. The first case even comes with three free bonus bottles.

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