Small winery. Big benefits.

Receive your first shipment at signup, with future releases announced three times each year in Feb-May-Sep.

Coterie Membership*

  • 3 bottles per release
  • 15% off vineyard wines/20% cuvées
  • 15% off special events

Premier Membership*

  • 6 bottles per release
  • 20% off vineyard wines/30% cuvées
  • 20% off special events
  • complimentary tastings at monthly Premier socials, announced via email

*All memberships:

  • no cost to join
  • 3 releases per year (Feb-May-Sep), announced via email
  • your choice of vineyard-designate wines
  • complimentary shipping on 3+ bottles
  • complimentary tastings at monthly members-only socials, catered release parties, and catered holiday party, announced via email
  • up to 2 guests at complimentary tastings
  • priority access to our most limited wines
  • cancel at any time

Current Release

2018 Spring

This release features three wines, including a special Pinot Noir honoring our tenth harvest in 2016. As you read about each wine and the special place from which it originates, we think you'll be delighted by the selections. But as always, you are welcome to change or add to your allocation with any of our vineyard-designate wines that you prefer.

Coterie Membership Allocation

$89.25 ($105.00 reg)

Premier Membership Allocation

$168.00 ($210.00 reg)

Receiving Your Wines

Please sign in to your account to update your payment method and request any changes to your allocation by May 13. If attending a pickup event, you are welcome to do this in person. If you are unable to attend a pickup event, we invite you to pick up your wines anytime the winery is open and enjoy a complimentary tasting.

Update Now

Join us for a complimentary pickup event with small plates at the winery on either of the dates below. No reservations needed. Wines to be shipped or not picked up by May 13 will be billed and processed starting May 14. We look forward to sharing the wines of this release with you. Thank you for being a member with us!

  • Sunday, May 6, 1-5 pm
  • Friday, May 11, 5-8 pm

Membership Policy

In exchange for all the benefits of membership, and by providing the winery with your payment card on file, you acknowledge that you are part of a subscription service with recurring charges for member releases as described above, until you cancel your membership. To cancel your membership, email info@coteriecellars.com. We do not issue refunds for releases once processed per the date stated in each release announcement. Please stay up to date with your membership and contact us with any questions. Details about complimentary shipping are covered by our shipping policy listed under Delivery Options on our order page.

Please note the following for new and past due memberships. New members receive their first release at signup, and the next release at its normal release time. If signing up within 45 days before the next release, members may opt for the next release to be their signup wines. Memberships with payments 30 days past due after the release date (first pickup event) are automatically canceled by the winery. Memberships with wines not picked up within 30 days of the release date may be canceled. Rejoining may be subject to a waiting list. We may ship wines not picked up 30 days after the release date, even if you elected to pick up. After 30 days, we cannot guarantee your allocation.

Terms of winery membership are subject to change, and are communicated via email to the email address on file with your membership.

About the Winery

Our wines | Our vineyards | Our team

coterie — noun.
A small group with shared interests or tastes.

Since 2007, Coterie has produced wines from tiny parcels within acclaimed vineyards that express the distinction of their place. We make every wine berry to bottle by hand with exceptional care in the vineyard and non-interventional practices at the winery. Our winery is nestled in a cozy neighborhood near downtown San Jose, a short walk from the SAP Center and The Historic Alameda. We're part of a movement of wineries locating back into urban areas to make fine wines within the communities in which we live.