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We demystify the world of wine by bringing you internationally available, hand-picked, liquid deliciousness.
– Brett, Sommelier & Alex, Entrepreneur
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1 · Tell Us What You Like
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2 · subscribe
You choose your plan: every month or bimonthly, starting at $12.50/bottle
3 · we pick it and ship it
Stunning hand-picked wines sourced from world class producers are on their way to you
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"We just opened our 10th shipment of wonderful wine! It is safe to say Grape Intentions has enhanced our lives. After we open each box we really enjoy reading the fun stories about the wine grapes, the region and the winemaker, and we appreciate the tasting notes and the pairing suggestions too. And yes, we have been known to do a happy dance when we uncork one of your fine wines!"Kevin & Debbie M. Placerville, CA
"We get varietals we never would have picked out on our own, from vineyards we never would have known to try, along with bonus information about the wines and what to drink them with. We’ve never had a bad bottle, and we could not love Grape Intentions more!"Lauren S. Ardsley, NY
"I have never ordered wine online, so when I made my first order with Grape Intentions, I wasn’t sure what to expect. The wines that I receive are outstanding, never had any problems. Makes my life easy! Great company, great wines."George & Linda E. Cheyenne, WY
"We love trying new types of wine, but we're by no means experts. Having Grape Intentions make the selections for us takes away the risk of us making a bad choice and allows us to be more adventurous with no effort. We've been very happy with the wines we've received."John H. Cary, NC
"I love Grape Intentions because it exposes me to wines that I would not have tried otherwise, and I know that they will be high quality thanks to Brett's knowledge and experience in the wine industry. I also love that part of my subscription goes to doing good."Meli M. Washington, DC
"Opening my box of wines each delivery has become one of my favorite rituals (well, ranked slightly after actually drinking them)! The quality of the wines has been uniformly superb, and the wine descriptions have been as interesting and educational as the wines themselves."Dusty F. New York, NY
"I've been a Grape Intentions member since they launched and I love the convenience factor, I never have to worry about running to the wine store for a last minute party invite at a friend's. I always have a quality wine supply!"Stephanie C. Philadelphia, PA
"We are not big wine drinkers, so it is delightful to have someone pick out the wines and receive some background on the selected wines. Always a very pleasant surprise each month!"Karen F. College Station, TX
"Nevermind the sake of ease and convenience, I love that each time I receive my Grape Intentions shipment, I open the box excited to see what wines have arrived — knowing very well that there will be an outstanding selection, all based on my preferences, yet vintages that are new and refreshing to try."Arend F. Arlington, VA
"Hands down the best wine club out there. Always something new, amazing quality, and I love that it has expanded my palate to now enjoy rosé."Rob T. Washington, DC
a few faves
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wine for everyday moments
Vina Zorzal RosadoVina Zorzal Rosado
Tucked away behind the range of mountains that separates Spain and France sits this lovely region. Know in part for the other tradition here, "the running of the bulls" it is also delicious wine country. Cool nights promotes acidity and the result is a robust rose that is joyously paired with virtually any tapas.
Grape • Garnacha
Place • Navarra, Spain
FYI • Garnacha is to Spain, as Grenache is to France.
Considered one of the best value chardonnay based wines in the U.S. Made by Jean-Marc & Eliane Lafage in the south of France it is fermented mainly in stainless steel. This keeps this wine food friendly and one reason restaurants like to pour it by-the-glass. Pairs well with chicken.
Grape • Chardonnay
Place • Roussillon, France
FYI • Most of the wines in this region, 80%, are red.
Carlos Serres CrianzaCarlos Serres Crianza
Carlos Serres was a pioneer. He was a key figure in exporting riojas in the early 1900's and the winery is still run by his family today. Well-balanced with a fresh and red fruit zing, this versatile wine pairs well with a variety of foods such as vegetables, paella, cheeses, and white meat.
Grape • Tempranillo
Place • Rioja, Spain
FYI • Crianza wines must age at the winery for at least 2 yrs.
a touch of pedigree
Col Dei Venti CorteseCol Dei Venti Cortese
The wines from Ornellia Cordara are critically acclaimed and have won her much attention. Here this fruit-driven white from Italy's north shows an intense bouquet of nectarine and jasmine. It is delicious on its own or paired with calamari or grilled octopus.
Grape • Cortese
Place • Piedmont, Italy
FYI • This grape has grown here since the 17th century.
No stranger to the Oregon wine scene, Sarah Cabot coaxes from the cool-climate of Willamette delightful flavors. Exhibit A is this P.G. with ripe honeydew, stone fruit, and jasmine peaking around every sip. A clear winner served with cuisine with a bit of heat. Tired of cerveza with those spicy chicken tacos? Try this!
Grape • Pinot Gris
Place • Willamette Valley, Oregon
FYI • This grape gets its name from it's grayish-blue skin.
Inama SoaveInama Soave
The Veneto, the NE region of Italy where this wine is from, was not always a popular place to plant grapes. Mr. Inama saw a future and in the early 1960's began to show how great the region is for whites such as this. With delicate notes of pear, white peach, and minerality, this delight pairs well with sushi.
Grape • Soave
Place • Soave, Italy
FYI • The grape and the region it is from share the same name.
as good as it gets
Reverdy Sancerre "Les Coutes"Reverdy Sancerre "Les Coutes"
You think you know sauvignon blanc until you try this stunning wine from the Reverdy brothers. From the humble looking village Maimbray comes an unforgettable white with delicate citrus and floral notes. Ideal with oysters or a salad topped with baked chevre.
Grape • Sauvignon Blanc
Place • Loire Valley, France
FYI • The Loire River is the longest in France.
Ch. de Segries TavelCh. de Segries Tavel
Ch. Segries, which in provencal means "water spring," is a favorite of critics and wine aficionados alike. As you can imagine there is lots of history here. What to take away from this wine is it's overwhelming deliciousness. Layers of cherry, strawberry, and fresh flowers pair beautifully with spicy cuisine.
Grape • Grenache, Cinsault, Clairette, Syrah
Place • Rhone, France
FYI • Tavel is the only AOC to produce entirely rosé wines.
Chateau de Saint Cosme GigondasChateau de Saint Cosme Gigondas
Louis Barroul, whose family has owned this property for fourteen generations, seems up to the task of carrying on great things. His boundless energy comes through in his wines. Phenomenal depth with notes of blackberry, black pepper, and gingerbread, don’t be afraid to try this with poultry. For real!
Grape • Grenache, Syrah, Mourvèdre, Cinsault
Place • Rhone, France
FYI • A vineyard has existed on this property since 1416…wow.