Wine Club at the Rack House KWW

Join the Club!

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

Summer 2024 Selection


The Languedoc region, where the vine’s culture goes back to Roman times, is surrounded by mountains and bordered by the Mediterranean Sea. As a result, the terroir is varied, with limestone hills, herb-filled shrubland, and sediment near the river. The Mediterranean climate of long sunny days and soft winds allows for Fleurs de Prairie’s grapes Read more…

In 2008, Charles Smith Wines was recognized by Wine & Spirits magazine as one of the “Best New Wineries of the Last Ten Years” and as “Winery of the Year” in its annual buying guide. In 2009, Food & Wine magazine awarded Charles “Winemaker of the Year”; in 2010, Seattle Magazine recognized Charles as its Read more…

Hames Valley is one of the most perfect places on earth to grow top-quality Petite Sirah and Petit Verdot. It is situated just north of the San Luis Obispo county line and lies at the foot of the Santa Lucia Range in a Region IV growing climate with just the right amount of sunshine hours Read more…

Finca Resalso is the name of the historic vineyard that was planted in 1932, the year in which Emilio Moro, father of the third generation of the Moro family, was born. During the winter the rains were typical, and in the spring the good temperatures accelerated growth, which then slowed down with the arrival of Read more…

Since 1717, the Arnoux family has cultivated vines and produced wine in the village of Vacqueyras. The family vineyard covers 40 hectares and respects strict production rules, with red clay-limestone soils with rolled pebbles and quality grape varieties. Small yields allow for a great concentration of flavors. For almost 300 years, the Arnoux family has Read more…

Raised among the vines in the Langhe region of Piedmont, 3rd generation winemaker Luca Bosio inherited “native intelligence” and natural ability for farming from his parents and grandparents. His talent for growing grapes was uncanny, so he did what any aspiring grape grower would do: he enrolled in the enology program at the famed University Read more…

Quarterly Premium Wine Club Selection

Spring 2024 Selection


Responsible for some of Washington’s most highly acclaimed wines, the Walla Walla Valley has experienced a surge in popularity in recent years and is home to both historic wineries and younger, up-and-coming producers. The Walla Walla Valley, a Native American name meaning “many waters,” is located in southeastern Washington; part of the appellation actually extends Read more…

Tiny and entirely composed of craggy, jagged and deeply terraced vineyards, Priorat is a Catalan wine-producing region that was virtually abandoned until the early 1990s. This Spanish wine’s renaissance came with the arrival of one man, René Barbier, who recognized the region’s forgotten potential. He banded with five friends to create five “Clos” in the Read more…

The Crane Assembly was founded in 2012 by friends Dave Phinney, Darryl Browman, Kevin A. Fox, and Byran Sandoli when they purchased one of Napa Valley’s historic viticultural landmarks. An eight-acre vineyard that was planted by the famous Dr. George Beldon Crane. Located in the gravel rich soils of southern St. Helena, it is believed Read more…

Just east of Tours, on the right bank of the Loire, lies the plateau of Vouvray. Here Chenin Blanc is carefully cultivated in fields of ancient stone and crafted into some of the finest white wines on the planet. The Domaine was an early adopter of biodynamics, and these vines — divided into the three Read more…