MarQuee Wine Club – Progressive Luxury (quarterly subscription)

Once every three months your MarQuee Wine Club – Progressive Luxury subscription will deliver a mixed case of great wines to your door that have been carefully curated by Master Sommelier John Szabo. Join today and your first case will arrive in September 2021 (as June is SOLD OUT) with new cases delivered to you every three months thereafter.

The Details:

The goal of the MarQuee Wine Club – Progressive Luxury subscription is to carefully curate a 12 bottle case of four red and two white wines (2 bottles of each) with an average price of about $50. The Black – Mixed subscription contains many cellar-worthy wines so we include 2 bottles of each wine, so you can try one now and lay one down for aging.

If you love wine, all wine, then we’re confident you will enjoy John’s selections. The wines have been carefully curated by John and are have been scored high by John. Therefore you do not select the wines in your case, he does it for you. The wines will be delivered once every three months with exciting new selections every quarter.


We work with agents to order wines on your behalf and so we need to know the number of committed participants. Therefore, we require a $100 refundable deposit to secure every order. You can cancel your recurring subscription at any time but you’ll still be committed for at least one order once you pay the $100 deposit.

Okay, let’s do this! I’m ready start my subscription to the MarQuee Wine Club – Progressive Luxury quarterly subscription. The final case price will vary slightly quarter to quarter (say +/- $50) but we are aiming for a total of $650 plus delivery fees. The $650 target price includes all taxes and our $50 curation, admin, storage & handling fee.

Delivery fees are estimated at $17 Ontario (shipping locations & fees). We use professional wine couriers, not Canada Post..

MarQuee Wine Club – Luxury subscription levels:  Everyday, Progressive, Limitless .

Due to purchasing restrictions we need to have total orders which are a multiple of 6.

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