Cellar Club – Stocking Your Home Wine Cellar

By Manny Ortiz

The Clubs of Cordillera Ranch is proud to continually create unique products, services and programs designed to provide a world-class lifestyle for our residents. Simply stated, “Life is better out here.”

Several years ago The Cellar Club was created to provide our members with the best possible wine-buying experience. Whether you are a wine aficionado, a novice wanting to explore and learn more about wine, or simply, like most of us, someone who just loves to drink wine, we offer exclusive benefits to our members.

Some of the benefits that our Cellar Club members enjoy are:

• $2.00 off of our many wines by the glass

• 20% off of wines purchased when dining at

The Club

• 20% off of Wine Dinners

• Advantage pricing in wines purchased through our retail operation

Each week we conduct wine tastings in conjunction with our Wednesday Night Gold Rush. Members have an opportunity to sample new wines from selected vineyards, and purchase wines for consumption that evening. Additionally, they can order these wines for pickup from our retail shop. The Club also hosts Winemaker Dinners where delicious wine and food pairings are enjoyed with fellow friends and members, along with “best buys” samplings/tastings. We are constantly searching for great values offered through our wine vendors. Our goal is to sell wine to our members at equal to or better pricing found at the local supermarkets, big box stores and wine shops. We are constantly evaluating our pricing against their published internet pricing and we also make an effort to shop our competition. When we find the best deals, we like to share the pricing through email blasts.

Looking for help in filling your wine cellar?

Manny Ortiz is the Food and Beverage Director at The Clubs of Cordillera Ranch. He can be reached at mortiz@corilleraranch.com.

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