Premium Imported Wines Delivered Direct to you!

At WineVIP, we work with wineries that we think are really special and make really enjoyable wines. Secondly, we select the wines that are a great value for what you taste in the glass. Lastly, and most importantly, we bring them to you directly from the winery.


Featured wine

Chateau Lavergne Bordeaux Superieur 2009 Reg $20.00 Now $15.99

Cabernet 80% and Merlot 20% – throw in some oak aging and you have the perfect everyday, every food wine.¬† Steak, pizza, pasta, bbq chicken, cheese – you name it, this wine will please and bring out the best in your meal. We don’t find very many wines at this age at this price, so this one is a pleasant surprise. While they last here’s an opportunity to take advantage of a well made, well aged wine. Only 20 cases available.

SAVE 20%   Chateau Lavergne Bordeaux 2009

WineVIP Wine Club

Explore the world of wine from the comfort of your home!

wine club





Different Labels


The Reds

  • Cabernet Sauvignon
  • Merlot
  • Pinot Noir
  • Cabernet Franc
  • Many Others


The Whites

  • Chardonnay
  • Sauvignon Blanc
  • Riesling
  • Chenin Blanc





Different Labels

Choosing a wine

Don't know where to start?

Our mission is to discover and select the wines you will savour and enjoy, choose your preference in one of the options below and we will take it from there!


A message from the founder

Creating opportunities for boutique wineries

Attending Berkeley, I had the benefit of Napa and Sonoma only 45 minutes away, so my schooling of New World wines began early. However, after 35 years in the consumer products industry, I traveled extensively, and that meant many trips to Spain, Italy, and France. In 2010, I finally decided to follow my passion for wine, food, and travel and launched WineVIP.

Nothing gives me greater enjoyment than sharing new wines with friends, and that increased my desire to travel and discover new wines, ones that offered exceptional value and quality for the price.

I believe wine drinking doesn’t have to be so complicated. Being able to discern “notes of leather” vs. “cut grass” vs. “wet stone” has never been important to me. My rating system is quite simple – it ranges from a) I hate this, to b) it’s okay, to c) I could drink this all day. That should keep us all in the right direction.

Furthermore, I try to focus on varietals. Knowing the grapes, I like is kind of like knowing what you want on your pizza. I know I like Gamay, Syrah, and Cab. If I see a blend of those elements, I’m probably going to be pleasantly surprised. Of course, we can always be surprised by the skill of the winemaker, or the vintage or the terroir – a Cabernet Franc in Bourgueil may be VERY different from one from Argentina, so we always have to be ready to discover. That is what makes this so enjoyable.

I hope you will join us on this journey of discovery and if we can help in any way we are ready willing and able. Now more than ever, we are reminded that NOW is the time to sample new wines, discover new places to visit, and to enjoy them with good food and good friends. I hope you will find something new on

Be connected

Sign up for our newsletter for tips and exclusive offers!