Top Discounts and Deals of 2020!

Wine Best Sellers, Glasses, Supplies and more

We don't need to say it... Deals on wine are a exquisite thing and there are lots of great online wine deals happening now from some of our favorite e-retailers. From special discounts on cases of wine -- some as low as $5 a bottle -- to sales from some of our favorite producers and even discounts on wine subscription services, these are the best online wine deals happening now. Also, shop for cool unique glasses, Vacuum stoppers, gifts or gourmet food to go along with your wine!

Wine Library Pass 1 Year Subscription

When you purchase a Library Pass, you get a year's worth of free ground shipping from Wine Library.

Order as many times as you like with no minimum bottle amount. From gifts, to cellar-stuffing bulk orders, to Monday night impulse buys, you'll never have to spend another dime on shipping.

Over 90% of our wine inventory is eligible for the Library Pass, so you'll never be short on options!

Eligible items are marked with Free Shipping with Library Pass

Spend your money on wine, not on shipping.

Please note we can not ship to the following states:
HI,AK, AL, AR, DE, HI, IL, KY, MI, MS, ND, OK, TX, and UT

Shop New Arrivals...

Find something New to Try! Red or White, Dry or Sweet, Expensive or Cheap....

Shop Red Wine Deals...

Try something Red!
The top red wine varietals that you are likely to encounter are Cabernet Sauvignon, Pinot Noir, Zinfandel, Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Petite Sirah, Syrah, Shiraz, Sangiovese, Malbec, and Grenache.

Shop White Wine Deals...

Try something White!
White wines tend to be anything but a true "white" in the glass, instead, they put forth a spectrum of color ranging from a light straw often with green tints to a deep golden yellow. The color components of white wines are derived from the distinct grape varietals or blends used to make the wine. White wines are made from the grape juice and grape skin of green, gold or yellowish colored grapes. In the case of champagne and sparkling wine, they can be made from white wine grapes or just the juice (not the skin) of select red grapes (often Pinot Noir ).