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Vinesse was founded by two American wine lovers in 1993 on the belief that interesting boutique wines should be accessible to everyone, at terrific value, with the convenience of home or office delivery.

Now as a top-respected name in the wine business, our central goal is the same today — to create a world where our members and customers can:

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Vinesse is a new kind of winery, working directly with our favorite award-winning winemakers, growers, and vintners around the world to buy and create wines of outstanding value and distinction based on decades of customer feedback.

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Recent Wine Ratings

2009 Grans-Fassian Piesporter Goldtropchen, Spatlese Mosel, Germany Riesling
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2009 Grans-Fassian Piesporter Goldtropchen, Spatlese Mosel, Germany Riesling

“Excellent taste sharp & clean”
Carl Langston from El Paso, TX

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2015 Sansedoni Toscana Rosso, Italy Red
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2015 Sansedoni Toscana Rosso, Italy Red

“2015 Sansedoni Toscano Rosso: The extra year in the bottle shows in this rich, delightful Sangiovese. There is just enough Merlot to slightly soften the wine and broaden the taste experience. A pronounced Tart Cherry flavor dominates, with rich underlying berry flavors. I think this wine will peak in 2019. My Rating: Now - 7.5; 2019 - 8.5.”
Charles Myers from Bellevue, WA

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2014 Aurelia Cellars California Chardonnay
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2014 Aurelia Cellars California Chardonnay

“I have received this wine in past shipments, and it is consistently pleasant to receive and enjoy”
Sue Snyder from Medford, OR

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Fresh From Our Wine Writers

Mar 21

Food and Wine Pairings/Recipes

Get the Wine Ready for National Grilled Cheese Sandwich Day

I believe in planning ahead, and that means I’m already getting ready for National Grilled Cheese Sandwich Day, which in 2019 is being celebrated on April 12. You can read about the day, and learn a little bit about the

The post Get the Wine Ready for National Grilled Cheese Sandwich Day appeared first on VinesseToday.

Mar 19

Food and Wine Pairings/Recipes

Spring Forward With Lighter Wines

At long last, spring will arrive tomorrow, and any remaining snow on the ground will melt, immediately replaced by bright, colorful flowers. Okay, okay. While the town of Lake Elsinore, Calif., may have provided a preview of spring renewal with

The post Spring Forward With Lighter Wines appeared first on VinesseToday.

Mar 14

Food and Wine Pairings/Recipes

Irish Stew and Wine for St. Patrick’s Day

If you’re planning to stay home for St. Patrick’s Day — not a bad idea considering how much Guinness will be consumed in Irish pubs and sports bars — you can still celebrate the occasion with a bowl of Irish

The post Irish Stew and Wine for St. Patrick’s Day appeared first on VinesseToday.

Mar 12

Food and Wine Pairings/Recipes

Wine Alternatives for 7 St. Patrick’s Day Dishes

Guinness may be the default adult beverage of St. Patrick’s Day, but for those of us who prefer wine, there are some delicious options for pairing with traditional Irish fare. Here’s a “cheat sheet” to help you make some informed

The post Wine Alternatives for 7 St. Patrick’s Day Dishes appeared first on VinesseToday.

Mar 07

Editor's Journal

8 Tips for Ordering Wine in a Restaurant

You’re going out for dinner at a nice restaurant, but you’re already starting dread one of the tasks involved… Selecting a bottle of wine at a restaurant can be a daunting, even intimidating experience — especially if you’re trying to

The post 8 Tips for Ordering Wine in a Restaurant appeared first on VinesseToday.

Mar 05

Editor's Journal

Chilling Out With Red Wine

It happened to me once at a bowling center. I was bowling in a league, and felt like having a glass of wine. So I walked up to the bar and ordered a glass of Cabernet Sauvignon. The bartender opened

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Feb 28

Our Wine Travel Log

Plan a Trip to Napa Valley Before the Summer Crowds

The flooding this week in California’s North Coast Wine Country may have you re-thinking a trip to that beautiful part of the world. But floods are rare in that part of the world, and Wine Country can be enjoyed at

The post Plan a Trip to Napa Valley Before the Summer Crowds appeared first on VinesseToday.

Feb 26

Editor's Journal

The ‘Connection’ Between Wine and Music

Some years ago, I had the opportunity to interview “smooth jazz” superstar Peter White, a guitar player who has gained a loyal following around the world. I’ve seen him perform countless times, including at the Thornton Winery in Southern California

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Feb 21

Food and Wine Pairings/Recipes

The Perfect Wines for Slow-Cooker Meatballs

With much of the country in a deep freeze over much of the winter, Crock-Pots and other slow cookers have been popular choices for cooking tasty, wine-friendly meals. This dish is a perfect pairing partner for Chianti or any Sangiovese-based

The post The Perfect Wines for Slow-Cooker Meatballs appeared first on VinesseToday.

Feb 19

Editor's Journal

A Toast to the Presidents… and This 4-Day Work Week

Kids today don’t know what they missed. When I was growing up, we got a day off from school for Washington’s Birthday, and another day off for Lincoln’s Birthday. We were taught that Washington was our nation’s founding father, and

The post A Toast to the Presidents… and This 4-Day Work Week appeared first on VinesseToday.

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Testimonials

— Susan Greenwald ⋅ Kearney, NE

I never have to think about what kind to buy, it arrives regularly. I like that I can vary the shipment frequency and stock up periodically with the specials that you run. The customer service is outstanding.

— Rhonda Guritz ⋅ Ross, ND

My favorite part of being a member is the wide variety of wines available from boutique wineries. You wouldn't be exposed to these in the larger marketing realms, and as such, they are "undiscovered" treasures. I like having the ability to experience their talents.

— Elizabeth Beiter ⋅ Middle Island, NY

I love the fact that in the 2 years I have been a member, there were maybe 3 bottles I did not like. I called customer service perhaps one time, and they shipped me a different bottle.

— Jon Plummer ⋅ Madison, WI

The customer service staff is excellent and exceeds my expectations. I currently receive my shipments at my business location, and that is extremely convenient for me.

— PJ Morrow ⋅ Boiling Springs, SC

I like the surprise of opening the box and finding wines I've never seen or tasted before. I enjoy trying the wines with different foods — occasionally adding a small amount to cooking and salad dressings.

— Mary Hileman ⋅ Hamilton, OH

I like the ease of receiving six bottles of wines in the mail without the hassles of going out and looking for something new. I know that I will always like the wines sent.

— Louis Gram ⋅ Eagan, MN

We love the adventure of trying out new wines from all over the wine world. We have never had a bad one, and many of the wines we have become favorites for us and for our guests. We always end up sharing where we get our "great wines"...because they always ask.

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