There are over 1,000 cultivated wine grape varieties, countless wine appellations across the globe and the Mission Fine Wines staff is always combing through them to find what we think is interesting drinking. If you're an adventurous wine lover who is short on time to do the research, then become a member of Tasting Group 75. You’ll receive 3 bottles to try every other month for $75 (plus applicable tax & shipping charges).
You let us pick 3 new wines for you to try every other month (Jan, Mar, May, July, Sept, Nov).
Selections may be International or Domestic, red, white or rose (in-season).
We ship the wines to you or your gift recipient on or about the 10th of every other month & your card will be charged on the day of each shipment (6x per year).
Just as in a tasting group, we’ll tell you all about the wines - the back story - who makes them, how they’re made, the grapes, the region they're from and why we consider them special. We don't care so much about the popular press or the critics, so we hope you don't need a score to buy wine. We trust our own palates and expertise and hope you will too.
Opt-out at any time – just send us an email.
The best retail values these days are in the $17 to $25 rangeEric Asimov, The New York Times
You don't need us for a $12 bottle! Most wine clubs offer low-value wines - nothing in the case costs more than $12, etc. That’s not who we are. MFW offers fine and rare wines - special, usually expensive wines. Offering a wine club is our opportunity to bring compelling wines priced more at the everyday-drinking level for our clients –around $20 per bottle.
A $12 bottle doesn’t carry a lot of risk. You can walk into any wine shop and any $12 bottle you pick up will likely be very drinkable.
The $12 bottle is drinkable, but usually not very interesting. We try every day to broaden our horizons & find unusual wines – to satisfy our inner wine geek. The $20 bottle of Austrian Grüner Veltliner is definitely more interesting than the $12 Chilean Cabernet Sauvignon you’d get through another club. So are the Valtellina Superiore and the Blaterle from the Alto Adige.