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WSJ Wine: Products & Services

WSJ Wine is the worlds leading direct-to-home wine seller. You can buy wine by the bottle, six bottles, or full case. They also have two wine clubs with exclusive membership benefits that include:

  • 12 bottles of wine expertly selected and reserved for you every three months.
  • Savings on future cases of wine.
  • You can preview your wine selection online and change the mix and or the delivery time.
  • You will get expert wine tasting notes and serving advice with every bottle.
  • There are no membership fees and you can cancel at any time.
  • A 100% satisfaction guarantee.

WSJ Wine offers interesting monthly specials. Their August specials are:

  • Tuscan Reds Special
  • Fresh Sauvignon Blanc
  • A chance to reserve a case of 2010 Châteauneuf-du-Pape from Meridion.
  • Top vintage Pouilly-Fume sale.
WSJ Wine: Company Background

WSJ Wine is a partnership between Dow Jones and Company and Direct Wine, Inc. Dow Jones and Company owns and publishes the Wall Street Journal. WSJ Wine is operated independently of the Wall Street Journal’s news department. Direct Wine, Inc. is the world’s largest distributor of wines. You can contact WSJ Wine at 1-877-975-9463, Monday through Friday 8 AM – 11 PM and Saturday and Sunday between 8 AM and 8 PM ET.

WSJ Wine: Customer Feedback & Reviews

The Wine Club Directory lists WSJ Wine as the #1 wine club and #2 on the best international wine club list with the following ratings:

  • Overall Rating: 5/5 stars Phenomenal.
  • Wine Quality: 5/5
  • Wine Education: 5/5
  • Pricing: 5/5

Many of their wines have customer comments including:

“This is the best Cab. My wife and I have had. Really rich ,fruity, and ready to drink. I bought a full case after trying it with the annual dozen. You will be very happy with this. Quality of a $50/bottle at much much less.”

This Cab is one of the best that I have had and will elevate your meal to be fit for the dining room; better get 2 bottles.”

WSJ Wine: Business Credibility & Trustworthiness

WSJ Wine is a member of the Metro Washington, D.C. and Eastern Pennsylvania Better Business Bureau with a B rating. They have had 11 complaints closed in the past three years. WSJ Wine started as a business in June 2006 and became a member of the Better Business Bureau in May 2009. 

WSJ Wine: Website Popularity & Google Ranking

WSJ Wine has the following internet rankings:

  • According to, WSJ Wine has a traffic ranking of #61,906 in the United States and a global traffic ranking of #321,340 with a reputation number of 146. Their audience consists mainly of women over the age of 35 with a college education.
  • shows they have 35,677 unique visitors per month.
  • Their Google Page Rank is 7/10.
WSJ Wine: Social Media Presence

You can follow WSJ Wine on the following social media websites:

  • WSJ Wine has a Facebook page which they started in February 2011.
  • WSJ Wine does not have a Twitter account at this time. But the Wall Street Journal has a Twitter account you might be interested in. Their WSJ On Wine Twitter page is all about wine.
WSJ Wine: Website Security & Safety
  • WSJ Wine is a certified secured McAfee website.
  • They are also VeriSign secured.
  • They use the secure https internet connection.
  • According to the Google Safe Browsing tool, WSJ Wine is not listed as a suspicious site. Of the 6 pages tested by Google during the past 90 days, 0 pages resulted in malicious software being downloaded or installed. 
WSJ Wine: Pricing & Packages

WSJ Wine has prices that are comparable to other wine clubs. Some of their prices include:

  • Tuscan Reds Special costs $159.99 for 12 bottles of Paolo Masi reds.
  • Fresh Sauvignon Blanc costs $149.99 for 12 bottles from the world’s best Sauvignon regions.
  • Reserve your 2010 Châteauneuf-du-Pape from Meridion for $50 per bottle.
  • Discovery Wine Club has a special introductory price of $69 for a case of reds or whites or a mixed case.
  • The Premier Wine Club special introductory price is $239.99 for a case or reds or mixed.
WSJ Wine: Shipping Rates & Policies

WSJ Wine can only ship within the United States and only certain states. They cannot ship to certain states that have state controlled liquor sales. They continually check state laws and can let you know when they are able to ship to your state. You must be 21 years of age before you can order. They ship via FedEx Ground or FedEx Home Delivery.

WSJ Wine: Payment Methods Accepted

WSJ Wine accepts the following credit cards as payment:

  • Visa
  • MasterCard
  • American Express
  • Discover Card

They do not mention accepting PayPal, money orders, personal checks or cashiers checks. Delivery is $19.99 for the first case (12 bottles) and $14.99 for any additional cases purchased within the same order.

WSJ Wine: Returns, Refunds & Exchange Policy

WSJ Wine has a 100% Money-Back Guarantee. If you do not like your wine for any reason, they will refund your money in full, though they do not explain how to return wine on their return policy page.

If you ever receive broken bottles or have delivery problems, call WSJ Wine at 1-877-975-9463 within 60 days of the expected delivery date. They cannot be responsible for delivery problems after the 60 day period.

Because of the limited availability of fine and rare wines, they cannot offer exchanges, returns or refunds. Once the wine has been shipped from them, the sale is final. This fine & rare wine policy letter is included in all fine & rare wine orders. 

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WSJ Wine 1 out of 5 based on 1 ratings. 1 user reviews.
Matt Xie — 64 months ago
1.0 Star Rating: Not Recommended
“Bad service!! ”

Their wine and service are really bad! I tried to cancel the order they automatically created quarterly (which I even not noticed when I placed the first introductory order) , they said they couldn't cancel because it is in Process, but it hasn't been shipped yet!! I have to contact the courier to send it back to them before they can refund it to me? Why you treat and play game with your customer like this???

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