WSJwine is a wine club owned by the Wall Street Journal that offers a wide variety of wines from around the world through subscription-based and online purchase options.

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WSJwine, also known as The Wall Street Journal Wine Club, is a wine subscription service that offers hand-selected wines from around the world. The service is a collaboration between The Wall Street Journal and Direct Wines, a wine retailer that operates several other wine clubs in the United States and the United Kingdom.

The website and packaging have a classic and sophisticated aesthetic with a focus on showcasing the wines and providing detailed information about each selection.

WSJwine offers a range of red, white, and sparkling wines from various regions around the world, including California, France, Italy, and Spain. Members can choose from different subscription options, such as a quarterly case or a monthly subscription, and can customize their selection based on their preferences.

WSJwine ships to most states in the United States, with the exception of Utah, Alaska, Hawaii, and some areas of Louisiana. Shipping fees vary depending on the subscription plan and the number of bottles ordered, but members receive discounted shipping rates.