WSJwine from The Wall Street Journal
World-class wines expertly selected from top estates around the world – delivered direct to your door at the best possible prices.
Get the inside track to the world's best wines (reds, whites, rosés and sparkling - hand-selected by international experts from a name you trust – all with a 100% money-back guarantee.
Top Rated Reds - Whether you're a connoisseur of Cabernets or prefer fine Pinot Noirs, WSJwine will always ensure that your glass is more than half filled with delicious reds, crafted by some of the wine world’s biggest names. From the classic reds of Italy's famed Tuscany and Piedmont to exclusive selections from Sonoma, Spain and beyond, you're guaranteed to find your favorite reds, every time. Choose a half case, a full case of 12, or join the Discovery Club for regular access to vibrant reds of character that ship directly to your door from WSJwine’s temperature-controlled warehouse. WSJwine takes the hassle out of finding the best red wines the world has to offer. All you have to do is enjoy them.
World Class Whites - If you love white wines, WSJwine has you (and your wine racks) covered, with its extraordinary range of whites from some of the world’s favorite grapes, wine regions and winemakers. Whether it’s a clean, crisp Pinot Grigio from northeast Italy; a uniquely refreshing Sauvignon Blanc from New Zealand; a rich, golden Chardonnay from California; an elegant French Champagne or a first-class Italian Prosecco … you’ll savor each bottle til the last drop. Shop conveniently on WSJwine’s website by wine type, style and body, country, region, varietal or bottle price. Finding the best white wines (at great prices) has never been easier.
Popular Mixes - The more wine, the merrier. Treat yourself, your guests, or loved ones to a fine multi-bottle selection of mixed wines that will add panache to any cellar. Discover a special collection of the best red wines and whites from WSJwine's superb compilations that mix and mingle different flavors, grapes, styles and regions... all are sure to excite any wine lover. Your case could include fine Bordeaux, luxurious Champagne, classic Provence Rosé, refreshing Italian Pinot Grigio, rich Argentine Malbec, classy California Cabernet, rare gems from Burgundy and much, much more. All are guaranteed crowd-pleasers.
Best Monthly Offers - Every month, the experts at WSJwine create exclusive cases of wine that are guaranteed to delight you and your guests. These seasonally driven offers feature themed cases that let you discover the best wines of a particular style, or from a particular region... at exceptional savings. You could be enjoying South American Stars (including some truly stunning Malbec), France’s Classic Reds (top selections from Bordeaux, Châteauneuf and beyond), World-Class Merlot (exciting examples of this much-loved grape from top regions across the globe), Gold Medal Reds, Refreshing Rosés, Aged Spanish Rarities, First-Class Fizz and more. Be sure to check back every month for more fantastic deals on some seriously fine wine.
- WSJwine Discovery Club - Would you love to have a regular supply of world-class wines delivered to your doorstep, at the best possible prices? Then join the club... WSJwine is the harmonious pairing of The Wall Street Journal and the world's leading direct-to-home wine merchant, who together bring you the most interesting, authentic, small-production wine from the world’s top regions.
With WSJwine’s Discovery Club, you’ll receive a specially priced introductory 12-bottle case (plus three bonus bottles of top-estate Chianti, and full tasting notes). Every three months, you’ll be informed about the next featured 12-bottle selection. If you want the case, do nothing. It will be automatically delivered to you at a special club price (you’ll save at least 20% every time). If you don't want the case, or would rather try a different selection, simply let them know. Enjoy exclusive access to WSJwine’s top-rated selections that are high in points, low in price, and guaranteed to impress any palate. Discover better winemakers, discover better wine … with a little help from WSJwine.