Learn to navigate the most complicated country in the wonderful world of wine. Every month you receive four hand selected bottles of small batch Italian wine with a focus on the Three G’s important to each wine: the Grape, the Grower, and what’s in your Glass.
A rotating selection of delicious hard to find Old World wines. From Champagne to Greece, and from Georgia to the Canary Islands, our wine selection is all about exploring grape varieties, where they grow, and how deliciously unique they truly are.
Celebrating and perpetuating varietal diversity in California, this rotating offering of wines highlight the producers and growers who focus on grapes familiar to the Old World but new to California soil. These wines are limited and go fast!
“A great way to expose yourself to unusual hard-to-find wines with minimal effort on your part.”
– Katie Kelly Bell, Forbes
“Tired of wine clubs that just send out mass-produced plonk with a bespoke label? Check out Bergamot Wine Co.”
– Christopher Null, Drinkhacker
“The breakout star of the new Bergamot Wine Company is the Italian Wine Club.”
– Sarah Stierch, Sonoma Magazine
"This is not just any Wine Club, but a curated, nerdy-in-a-fun-way, delicious gift to yourself every month."
– Leslie Rosa, La Dolce Vigna
" Kevin Wardell is perpetually seeking out, discovering, and experimenting with new wines... [he] loves finding just the right juice."
– SevenFifty Daily
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For The Love Of The Grape
There are over 350 native grape varieties in Italy. Fret not. You can get to know these grape characters one by one here. Expand your knowledge and broaden your palate- it is deliciously fun and there is always something more to learn.
These little beauties are key to learning where the flavors are coming from. Let’s start with the 20 regions. Get to know them and where they fall in the boot. Our maps will help you navigate the basics of Italian landscape and growing regions in a jiffy.
Curated by our partner Leslie Rosa of La Dolce Vigna, you can expect a perfect balance of exposure to small production Italian wine and detailed particulars of culture. Next trip: Le Marche, September 2020. Taking reservations now!