Explore the wines of Francis Ford Coppola Winery like never before.

Shipped by the month. Sipped by the glass. Let Kuvée change the way you experience wine. Every month, we ship you wines you know and love in our proprietary FreshPour™ bottles, so you can enjoy them by the glass — at your own pace, on your own terms.

Collection of wines
2015 Coppola Diamond Collection Syrah-Shiraz, 2016 Coppola Diamond Collection Sauvignon Blanc, 2015 Coppola Director's Chardonnay, 2015 Coppola Diamond Collection Claret Red Blend
$89
4-wine monthly membership plan
$89 first month, cost of wines each month after
Begin with a 4-wine introductory Coppola bundle + Kuvée wine dispenser. After that, we'll send you wines based on your tastes each month and you'll only be charged for the cost of your wines.* Shipping is just 1 cent, and you can always cancel, pause or change anytime.
*Every month, as part of your payment, you'll pay $10 towards the price of your dispenser. If you cancel your membership before receiving 12 shipments, you can send back the dispenser or be charged $199 less the amount you have paid.

Risk-Free Membership with Flexibility

As a Kuvée member you can choose to receive 4, 8, or 12 wines every month or every other month. Whatever you decide, the shipping cost is just 1 cent. And you can always cancel, pause or change anytime. How awesome is that?

Kuvée: a new way to wine.

Kuvée frees you to enjoy wine by the glass or have multiple bottles open at once — and keeps it fresh for longer. It continually learns what you like based on your ratings on the wines you've tried and recommends other wines you'll love.

  • Genius

  • I suddenly found myself with the amazing freedom to toss back as much or as little as I wanted, without a care in the world. So badass.

  • Brilliant

  • Get your hands on Kuvée

  • A modern approach to the classic problem of leftover libations.

  • Are you like my wife and I where we can never finish a full bottle and we end up pouring some wine out? This will prevent all of that, and more.

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