Discover the Brilliance of the US Wine Market

Outside of a few noteworthy regions in California and Oregon, the US wine market is often undrerepresented in the broader discourse of the wine world.

We aspire to change this. Our mission is to provide resources to help readers discover and experience the brilliance and breadth of the US wine market.

We cast a light on remarkable US wine, wineries, and wine regions through our various digital content, such as our winery rankings, community newsletter, and wine blog.

Learn more below about our winery rankings, how you can subscribe to our monthly newsletter and receive remarkable deals on top US wines, and if you’re a US winery – how you can get involved!


US Winery Rankings

Looking for the best wineries to visit on an upcoming trip, weekend getaway, or simply for your own research? We’ve got you covered.

We take a data-driven approach to scoring and ranking wine producers across the US. We publish simple, easy-to-navigate lists that either a casual wine drinker or a wine connoisseur will find beneficial when planning your next winery outing.

Click below to explore ranked lists of the top US wineries by state and region.



How do we Select & Rank Wineries?

Data.

We start by casting a wide net to identify as many US wineries as possible. Then, we complement that information with several other data sources, including customer reviews and expert wine scores.

We then run this data through our proprietary ranking algorithm that yields a score (CW Score) for each winery.

Along with our CW score, our ‘best wineries’ lists include contact information and an overview highlighting the unique elements of each winery featured. Our straightforward approach is meant to provide the information needed to easily plan your next winery outing.

At the end of the day, that’s what it’s all about. Spend your time sipping great wine…not trying to figure out where to find it. We’ve taken care of that step for you.


Beyond Winery Rankings

Our Community & Email Newsletter

ChoiceWineries.com is fortunate to have a vibrant community of both wine enthusiasts and incredible US wineries. Our goal is deliver as much value to both cohorts of our community as possible.

For wine enthusiasts in our community, we send a monthly email newsletter which features incredible wine deals from our community of US wineries (those featured in our ranking lists and those interested in engaging our community), our updates, and news from across the wine world. We’d love to have you join us. Subscribe by entering your email address below.

For wineries interested in getting involved, navigate to our community page to learn more, and be sure to complete our winery partnership form.


Join Our Community

And Get Deep Discounts on Amazing Wine

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Wine Clubs

Wine clubs have moved online, making it easier than ever to get a recurring shipment of high quality wine delivered directly to your doorstep. However, the options to choose from are seemingly limitless. 

We maintain a curated list of our favorite wine clubs to help you navigate these options and select the right wine club for your needs (or as the perfect gift).

Whether you’re interested in locking in a monthly shipment of both reds and whites from wine producers across the US, a quarterly shipment of the finest French wine, or anything from affordable to rare and exclusive…we’ve got the right wine club for you.


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Wine Blog

What is the difference between Syrah and Shiraz? Which wines pair best with eggplant parmesan? If you’ve ever found yourself asking these questions, or are now curious, check out our wine blog for those answers and much more.

Part of our mission is to further wine education; to make it both helpful and approachable for wine lovers of all experience levels. Our wine blog features sommeliers and credentialed wine experts covering topics including food pairings, answers to common questions, product recommendations, and much more.

Up your wine knowledge before your next uncorked bottle.

Cheers!