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Everyone loves Costco. The merchandise is top notch and the prices are great. Thankfully, this also applies to their wine aisle, which offers a great selection of bottles from all over the world at excellent prices, just demanding to be properly explored.

Now, there’s a resource to learn more about the wines you will find at Costco – so you can find extreme values, enjoy the remarkable selection and perhaps be compelled to try new wines that you may have overlooked before.

Enjoy. Andrew, Editor

NOTE: This site is 100% independently written by wine lovers that are obsessed with Costco wines. It is not affiliated with Costco Wholesale Corporation in any official way.  Please read our review and sample policy.

About the Ratings

We are rating wines on the commonly used and widely accepted 100 point scale.

Staff

Founder/Editor

Andrew Cullen [Contact editor]

Contributing Reviewers:

Left Coast Wines

Erin Reyes

Lance Manion

TJ Cohen

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Ana

Monday 18th of October 2021

Will Costco have a wine advent calendar this year?

Editor

Monday 18th of October 2021

Yes. Here are all the details: https://costcowineblog.com/2021-costco-wine-advent-ure-calendar/

Bruce Nunn

Saturday 20th of February 2021

Just tried the Willamette Valley Pinot Noir. Very disappointed! No taste, and very coarse! Didn't match your review or the bottle description. Not worth $5 never mind $15. May be a bad bottle or lot but no evidence of such from cork.

SUSAN ZIMMER

Thursday 29th of October 2020

From what I've read, they only ship to CA. :-(

Nancy lattimer

Friday 23rd of October 2020

Do you ship wine!

Robert

Saturday 4th of July 2020

New to the site as I was looking for information on Kirkland wines. We've been known to pop into local Costco stores while traveling to see the regional and seasonal selections. As noted by some, the wine selections vary substantially for lesser known labels, and specific regional wines tend to stay that way. The Costco stores in Santa Barbara and Santa Maria will have some central coast wines mixed in, the Santa Rosa Costco Napa region wines. In talking to small vineyard owners, it's the same influence affecting all other Costco products: distributor commitments and marketing. That said, really appreciate the info, as it did help when visiting Tennessee recently and grabbing wine for use there.