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Not only was Thomas Jefferson a Founding Father of the United States, but he may as well be honored as the Founding Father of American wine. As a connoisseur of fine wines, he dreamed of growing grapes at his mountaintop estate, Monticello, and was a vocal advocate of the virtues of wine. We tip our hats to our third president with the Jefferson Wine Club, a mix of red and white favorites from established and up-and-coming wineries, giving you a taste of some of the most impressive wines in the world.

$90.00 per shipment

Inventor, educator, writer, ambassador, businessman, and linguist. Benjamin Franklin was many things, but the accomplishment that impresses us most is oenophile. It’s safe to presume, based on Franklin’s belief in the health benefits of wine, that he enjoyed a glass of red wine while waxing political with his fellow Founding Fathers. To that end, the Franklin Red Wine Club features some of the finest single variety and red blends from the world’s best wine regions.

$90.00 per shipment

©2014 The Washington Post and ©2014 Global Wine Company, Inc, San Rafael, CA. The Washington Post Wine Club has chosen Global Wine Company and its panel of experts to select the wines and operate the club on our behalf. The Washington Post Wine Club is operated independently of The Washington Post’s newsroom. State laws prohibits the offer of free goods in conjunction with the sale of alcoholic beverages. The cost of all items in an offer is included in the advertised price. All wine sales are made by a licensed retailer in compliance with state laws and the licensed retailer assures all involved that it fully complies with all states’ laws applicable to it. Global Wine Co Logo All credit card payments will be facilitated by Global Wine Company, Inc., located at 1401 Los Gamos Dr. #230, San Rafael, CA 94903, with the exception of orders shipped to Texas, which will be sold by Texas licensed winery, Landon Winery, located at 2508 Lee Street, Greenville, TX, 75401, Phone: 1-903-454-7878. Due to state laws, wine can be purchased only by adults 21 years and older. See shipping policy for states served.