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The Wine Club

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INTERESTED IN JOINING?

Amavi Cellars absolutely loves to create lasting memories and special experiences for our Wine Club members. Becoming a member grants you access to club discounts, priority tours with tastings, our well embraced annual parties, special regional events, and more. Every vintage we bottle a very limited amount of exclusive "Club Only" wines with our members' palates in mind. We would be honored to have you join and start enjoying the membership benefits of our Wine Club today. To join click here to sign up online or call the tasting room at 509.525.3541. 

As a member of the Amavi Wine Club, you receive:
  • 20% - 25% discount on all wines 
  • 20% discount on all merchandise
  • Complimentary ground shipping on 12 bottle orders (discounted shipping to AK and HI)
  • Complimentary tasting for four at both our Walla Walla and Woodinville) tasting rooms*
  • Two wine shipments per year, each including Wine Club exclusive releases
  • Pre-release access to all of our wines
  • Priority consideration for private tastings and reservations for our gazebo in Walla Walla
  • Complimentary "Vine to Wine" vineyard tour and private barrel room tasting*
  • Invitations to Wine Club exclusive events
  • Southside Wine Club weekend in Walla Walla; your membership gives you club benefits at many of our neighboring wineries 
  • Special "Club Only" wine offerings including library wines, large formats, and special releases
  • And more.......
        *some restrictions apply



To join the club, click here to sign up online or call the tasting room at 509.525.3541. If you live in one of the red states pictured below you'll have to pick up your shipment annually in either the Walla Walla or Woodinville tasting room locations or have your wine shipped to an alternate address. Not happy about us not being able to ship directly to your state? Contact your legislators, please! Urge them to promote free trade.          

For more information, visit www.freethegrapes.org.