Wine Club at the Rack House Kitchen Wine Whiskey®


The Rack House Kitchen Wine Whiskey® is excited to offer a Wine Club which allows us to build stronger relationships with our guests as well as provide discounts on great wine from around the world.

The Rack House KWW - Wine Club

Wine Club Quarterly Wines


2 Bottles

  • Quarterly bottles of wine
  • $45/quarter
  • Options: Reds, Whites or Josh’s Picks
  • We will have suggested wines for each category but you may substitute a bottle for one of equal or less value
  • Pick up at the Rack House only
  • Quarters:
    • Spring – March
    • Summer – June
    • Fall – September
    • Winter – December

Rewards Program

We will reward our Wine Club members for the purchases they make at The Rack House Kitchen Wine Whiskey®. We will track your purchases for you. Once you reach $500 we’ll give you a free $25 gift card.

Tracked purchases are for the Club Member plus up to one guest.  Not applicable on purchases for more  than a total of two guests, payments for the banquet room events, or the quarterly wine club membership fee.

More Perks

  • Discount on bottles listed on the menu.  Dine in or carry out.
  • All purchases tracked to receive a $25 gift card for every $500 spent.
  • $15 towards food, drinks, etc. during your birthday month.
  • Opportunities to sample and purchase new wines from around the world.
  • Exclusive Wine Club events such as tastings, pairings, and dinners
  • Pre-sale and discounts available to all Rack House special events.
  • Free dessert for every new member referred.
  • Refer four new members in a year and receive one quarter of your membership free!

Questions About The Wine Club? Ask Us!

Quarterly Wine Club Selection

Autumn 2022 Selection


Hailed as the star red variety in Spain’s most celebrated wine region, Tempranillo from Rioja, or simply labeled, “Rioja,” produces elegant wines with complex notes of red and black fruit, crushed rock, leather, toast, and tobacco, whose best examples are fully capable of decades of improvement in the cellar. Rioja wines are typically a blend Read more…

In winery parlance, “odd lots” are the wines that haven’t yet found a home. Odd Lot Petite-Petit is playful, fun, and approachable. Odd Lot is an unorthodox blend of Petite Sirah and Petit Verdot. “Our winemaking approach is unconventional, and our team has the latitude to explore, in service of making something delicious. Whimsical and Read more…

Lodi is situated directly east of the largest gap in California’s coast ranges – the San Francisco bay – Lodi experiences a Mediterranean climate. During the growing season, warm, sunny days allow for optimal ripening of wine grapes. By contrast, cool winds off the Pacific Ocean which travel inland over a network of waterways act Read more…

Born in Kansas, Sean Minor was surrounded by agriculture, hard work, and the values responsible for the unwavering work ethic of Midwestern families. The practice of caring for the land and bringing the harvest to the dinner table has always been close to Sean’s heart, and winemaking celebrates this concept to its full extent. His Read more…

Lubanzi started in 2014, as two friends searching for an opportunity to make a difference in the world. In 2014, while living in South Africa as exchange students, they set off on a 20-hour bus ride along South Africa’s southern coast en route to the wild coast, a remote part of the country – famously Read more…

For this offering, we make our way over to the town of Tezze in the municipality of Vazzola, located in the central-eastern area of ​​the Province of Treviso, Italy. Nestled in the shadow of Northern Italy’s Dolomites and the heart of Veneto’s famed Treviso District, Bonotto delle Tezze is a winery with ancient and historical Read more…

Quarterly Premium Wine Club Selection

Summer 2022 Selection


Located at the gateway of Napa Valley, along its main artery, Highway 29, Ashes & Diamonds Winery’s mid-century approach extends to its architecture. As an homage, the iconic zig-zag roof and portholes are a few of the iconic references to the heritage of California’s mid-century modern design, seamlessly integrated with a state-of-the-art wine production facility Read more…

The Martinelli family has been growing grapes in the Russian River Valley since the 1880s. At the ages of 19 and 16, Giuseppe Martinelli and Luisa Vellutini eloped from their small village in the Tuscany region of Italy, making their way to California looking for land to farm and start a winery. Giuseppe had been Read more…

At Hoopes Family Vineyard and Winery, the love of wine and farming is priority number one. Family-owned and operated, dedicated to crafting wines that seamlessly capture the relationship between grape-grower and winemaker. The wines marry old-world-farming and taste profiles with new-world fruit flavors and ripeness. Since 1999, the goal with the flagship Oakville Cabernet Sauvignon Read more…

Located 1400 feet above sea level on the western slopes of Sonoma Mountain, the sun chase vineyard is one of the first to emerge from the daily intrusion of fog in the Petaluma Gap.  Capturing ample sunlight throughout the growing season translates into a pure, fruit-driven wine that is densely packed, unctuous, and powerfully rich.  Read more…

Named after Todd’s niece, the McKenna’s Sauvignon Blanc is barrel fermented in a selection of 10% new French oak, 80% used French oak, and 10% stainless steel barrels. Additional complexity is built by using a combination of specifically selected yeast strains as well as wild yeast, to ferment the wine in a barrel for 6 Read more…

Founded in 1871, El Molino was one of the first wineries in the Napa Valley. Operated until Prohibition and restored in 1981, conditions are ideal for the limited production of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. The label is the original design introduced in 1871, displaying the Bale Mill, or “El Molino.” The grapes are grown at Read more…

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