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How To Become A Subscriber

With a Craveyon CloudWines fully customizable wine subscription, you can have your favorite premium wines delivered to your door or save even more and pick it up at our facility or a Crave.

Craves!  You and three 21 or older friends have free entry to monthly Crave events in Southern California or a town near you with a wine subscription.

Wine Shop

The world divides wine drinkers into two categories; red or white wine drinkers. But sometimes when your go to favorite isn't available for one reason or another, and you end up with your second choice. This is when something magical can happen - when tastes change and all of a sudden you taste something new and amazing and find yourself no longer corralled into your original designation.  We only offer premium wines.

Red Wines

Red wine isn't stronger than whites necessarily, both can have the same level of alcohol but such a different flavor profile a whole new group of pairing foods open up for you. Craveyon offers three reds which show off the versatility of red wines. 

White Wines

White wine isn't weaker than reds necessarily; both can have the same level of alcohol but such a different flavor profile a whole new group of pairing foods open up for you.

Event Calendar

Calendar of upcoming events both locally and away! Mark them on your calendar and join the Craveyon fun!

Manage My Wine Subscriptions

We wanted a subscription service that was easy to manage online from your laptop or mobile phone. We believe we've made it very easy to manage your subscription(s) online.

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Wine Subscription Blog

10 Reasons Why Gewürztraminer Is an Awesome Wine

March 22, 2017

  1. The Name The name Gewürztraminer is cool, a bit long but cool, especially when you learn how to pronounce it correctly.   2. Where it Came From Nope, not from Germany! Gewürztraminer originated from the ancient Traminer variety located in South Tyrol, the German-speaking province in northern Italy. The legend goes that sometime in 1780 a Grand Duke of Baden, Karl Friedrich brought these vines up from northern Italy.   3. Not a White Grape Gewürztraminer is a light pink-skinned grape.  Some even believe it is a mutation of Savagnin Blanc.     4. What the Name Means The German name Gewürztraminer means "Spice Traminer" or "Perfumed Traminer."  And we thought Viognier had a strong aroma.   5. It's a Pain to Grow Gewürztraminer...

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Crave Word Cloud - Craveyon Cabernet Sauvignon no.3 2014

March 21, 2017

Our wonderful Craveyon Cabernet Sauvignon no.3 2014 represented in a word crave cloud. Each word in the cloud is a clickable link. Craveyon Cabernet Sauvignon no.3 2014

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10 Facts You May Not Know About Chardonnay the Queen of White Wines

March 21, 2017

1. Chardonnay Achieved Greatness from An Ancient Queen or Mother Chardonnay first gained its excellent reputation in the Burgundy region of France over 1200 years ago. Sometime around the late 700s (A.D). Luitgard, the fourth wife of Emperor Charlemagne (some believe it was his mother, Bertrada de Laon), hated that red wine stained her husband’s (son's) white beard ordered white wine grapes planted in the king's Burgundy vineyard, which is now called Corton-Charlemagne.  Interesting, Chardonnay is the only permitted grape variety in this region to this day. 2. Likes it Cool This varietal loves cool coastal area such as Monterey up through the Russian River Valley and all the way up to Oregon (Willamette Valley). 3. Most Planted Region Monterey...

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Our Club Member Experience is Different

March 17, 2017

Casi Mayo, President of Everything, Lori Tobin Cuevas, and Brenda Morken talk about how our Club Member experience is different.

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5 Best Practices for Bottling Clean Wine

March 16, 2017

Craveyon CloudWines takes health and safety extremely seriously and is one of the tenants of our business practices. Our sister company, Craveyon Harvest2U, is a local organic fruit and vegetable delivery company that focuses on health and vitality. Wine and Arsenic The EPA’s recommendation for a safe level of arsenic in drinking water is 10ppb (parts per billion). The EPA has not publicly announced a safe level of arsenic specifically for wine. But several countries including Canada and the OIV (International Organization of Vine & Wine), an intergovernmental organization of 43 wine-producing countries, including France, Germany, Italy, Australia and Chile among others, have set limits for wine from 100 to 200 ppb – 10 to 20 times the EPA says...

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