When it comes to choosing wine, you want the best options available. Wine Access, who’s spent decades cultivating relationships with under-the-radar winemakers and iconic producers, has become the discerning man’s choice of an online wine club. The service sends you curated boxes of wine, shipped direct to your door. And these aren’t just any bottles.
Wine Access is now the official wine provider of the Michelin Guide. It's essentially a cheat sheet to the world's best wine lists. Each shipment is curated in partnership with the sommelier or beverage director at a Michelin-starred restaurant—from Thomas Keller's famed three-star restaurant in New York, Per Se, to San Francisco's groundbreaking Californios (the only Mexican restaurant to ever receive two Michelin stars).
Not only is this a serious vote of confidence in each bottle you receive, but it ensures that they'll also be the most food-friendly wines you can pair with your home cooking. And you won't find them anywhere else. Many of these bottles are hard to track down, and only available in the finest restaurants or at the wineries themselves.
What's more, you don't just get delicious wine. You get access to special events, exclusive content and members-only discounts. Plus, each box comes with inserts that tell you the full story behind each bottle, as well as food pairing recommendations from restaurant chefs and sommeliers. For an even more immersive experience, there are links to tasting videos, to help guide you through a proper tasting, detailing the nuances and notes of each and every selection.
Naturally, each limited-edition shipment curated alongside the Michelin Guide comes with the level of luxury and quality service that Wine Access guarantees for every purchase. The Napa-based team is so confident in their picks, that if you don't like a wine—for any reason—they'll credit that bottle back to your account, no questions asked. We'll drink to that.
Our Favorite Michelin Star Favorites
2018 Le Grand Bouqueteau Chinon
“This Cab Franc is the kind of powerful yet elegant red that costs half as much as it should.”
$22 / $20 at Wine Access
2019 Bodegas Henri Lurton Le Sauvignon
“A zesty combination of Mexico’s fantastic terroir and one of France’s most storied wine families.”
$26 at Wine Access
2016 Leeuwin Estate Art Series Cabernet Sauvignon
“This Australian Cabernet is in league with some of the biggest and most respected names in Napa Valley—at a fraction of the price.”
$60 / $48 at Wine Access