The California Wine Club

1-800-777-4443 2175 Goodyear Ave, Suite 102
Ventura, CA 93006
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For years Pam and I were frustrated trying to find truly great wine. Selecting a decent bottle of wine from thousands of pretty labels with prices ranging from $5-$35 was difficult at the best of times. We were always happiest with wine recommendations from friends. So, that's what we wanted to do with The California Wine Club, start a wine of the month club that was just like "one friend recommending a great bottle of wine to another friend". We are now celebrating 20 years of business and the wine adventures keep getting better! Pam and I knew that there were hundreds of small, family-owned wineries dedicated to producing exceptional wine ... and it was this wine that we wanted to share with our monthly wine club members. Each month we travel California's wine country searching out the wineries, meeting the families and tasting the wines that never make it to local stores or wine shops. This is why it was so easy to guarantee that our wine of the month club members and gift recipients will never receive Read more »

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  • Dr. Loosen Riesling Blue Slate 2007

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    We just had a book club and the Riesling was a huge hit. Ripe green apple, soft peach and hint of pear shine through without overwhelming with sweetness. Love the idea of blue slate soil, but in truth I couldn't pick up that note other that the wine seemed drier to me than California Riesling's right off the shelf. I will be buying half a case f... Read More

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  • Hi all,A poster recently inquired about this wine shop that sells/ ships via an online website as well. I said I would ck this place out, and I did today.I have only wonderful words to write about Southern Lattitudes Wines. The two women who run/own this wine shop are the most awesome, down to earth ladies... and they know their southerly wine... Read More

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  • Hey folks,I've been an while on Snooth, but never really paid attention on all of the great stuff to find here. Been looking around for some time to find a place like this. Since I live near France, I've been raised with Bordeaux and Burgundy wines. As I was getting older I started to appreciate other kinds of wines, like Brunello from Italy, Ch... Read More

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  • I am truly blessed to be a short drive away from one of the premier wine regions of the world. When I moved to California a little over 5 years ago I knew very little about wine. In fact, I can remember a conversation I had with my manager (at the time). He asked me, now that you are in California are you going to become a wine snob. My answ... Read More

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  • OK, I'm a newbie to wine. I have mastered beer and it's time to expand my horizons into wine and things a bit more classy if you will. I figure the best way to do this is to start trying different wines and by joining a wine of the month club. Any good club suggestions for someone who is a beginner and looking to become more educated about th... Read More

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  • Lets get something straight, I like bubbles. Yes, I like bubbles in my wine. Well, that is I like Champagne and Sparkling Wines. I like bubbly wine from everywhere. I even like sparkling shiraz. However, not all sparkling wines are made equal. Some sparkling wines are very, very good and some are very bad. However, when they are good the... Read More

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  • I am curious as to how much wine the typical wine lover consumes a week, if I have a glass or two a night should I be signing up for AA?!http://www.spectrumartandjewelry.com/images/wine350.jpg! Read More

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  • Just finished a bottle of Chateau St Jean (California) 2006 merlot. Some hard romano, creamy brie and laughing cow herb and garlic on crackers. Wonderful. $12. A real treat. Read More

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  • Hello all, I'm really looking forward to lots of advice from you all, particularly the experts! I'm 57, retired, married for 37 years, love golf, cigars, guitars, and my grandchildren. I've been drinking wine for 40 years and just now getting a bit more serious about it. My favorites are merlot and cabernet but can enjoy almost any wine, red... Read More

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  • Was just curious for some input what your favorite everyday value cabernets are that you are all currently enjoying in the under 20 dollar range? Thanks for all your inputs! Read More

    Forum post in the topic Your everyday cabernet


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