Wall Street Journal Wine Club Review 2015
Wall Street Journal Wine Club Review 2016
Price: Starts at $69.99
10 years ago we started testing wine clubs and have since reviewed over one hundred of them. One of our favorites has been the Wall Street Journal Wine Club thanks to their superior wine and helpful customer service.00000
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10 years ago we started testing wine clubs and have since reviewed over one hundred of them. Whether it’s an international wine club or a California wine club, we’ve been there. Now we’re sharing our knowledge of which wine clubs are truly the best so that you don’t have to find out the hard way. One of our favorites has been the Wall Street Journal Wine Club thanks to the superior wine and helpful customer service. We’re still with them well into 2016. To learn more, please read the Wall Street Journal wine club review below. We hope you enjoy their wine club as much as we have.
- Welcome Poster
- Welcome Letter
- Tasting Notes
- Tenuta Albrizzi Primitivo Cabernet Sauvignon 2012 (2)
- J Opi Malbec 2014 (2)
- DeLoach Pinot Noir 2013 (1)
- Giesta Dao DOC 2012 (2)
- Le Prince de Courthezon 2013 (2)
- Black Saint Peter Old Vine Zinfandel 2013 (1)
- Raymond “The Inaugural” Cabernet Sauvignon 2013 (1)
- Las Barracas Gran Reserva Tempranillo Cabernet Sauvignon 2007 (2)
- Principe Strozzi Selvascura 2013 (2)
Overall Rating: ★★★★★
The Wall Street Journal Wine Club came in #2 on our Best Wine Clubs list and also #2 on our International Wine Clubs list this year for their unique and flavorful wine picks, expert wine education, and exceptional value in every shipment. We especially love the diversity of the wines’ flavor profile and country.
Wine Quality: ★★★★★
Quality is not compromised with the pricing at all, these are some of the more delicious and interesting wines we have tasted. WSJ has a money back guarantee in the event that you’re not satisfied with a wine, but we haven’t run into any issues yet. There is a nice variety of flavors in the individual wines and all of them are great in their own way.
Wine Education: ★★★★★
We love the expert tasting notes that come with the shipment. Included are the information about the history, region, and making of the wine, and on the back is food pairing advice with a handful of specific dish options. It even tells you the optimal temperature for storage! Alongside the winemaker’s notes, there is a space for you to write your own. The Wall Street Journal Wine Club does an outstanding job of educating you on each and every wine that they deliver.
These wines are pretty inexpensive at only $5.84 a bottle, but they’re not cheap. Every quarter you will receive a new 12 bottle shipment, and at only $5.84 a bottle it can’t be beat! “No obligations and a 100% money-back guarantee” if you’re not satisfied with a wine. This is a rare occurrence where you get more than what you pay for. You also get educational tasting notes and expert serving advice that many other clubs lack.