Apple announced this week the company is adding wine accessories to its wine lineup, adding a number of wine brands and accessories to the list, including wines from the world’s top wineries and the worlds best-known brands such as Chateau Lafite, Chateaubriand and Tullio.
The company also launched a new Wine Club section of its Apple Store, where users can get free access to its full wine selection, as well as a special selection of premium wines, according to Apple’s announcement.
Apple has previously announced that it plans to offer wine accessories at some point, and its Wine Club service will give users the ability to browse the company’s full wine catalog, which Apple said will include a wide range of wines.
The Apple Wine Club offers a list of the most popular wine brands, including Chateaux Lafite , Chateaudun, and Pinot Noir , and will be available at a price point of $99 per year.
The service will be expanded in the coming months, Apple said.
In addition to offering the Wine Club, Apple will offer additional Wine Clubs in the future, with prices starting at $99 a year, with more Wine Clubs to be added in the near future.
Apple also said it plans on offering more wine related deals for consumers, including discounts on select wines, new Apple Watch watches, and limited edition Apple TVs.
In terms of new products for Apple’s line of wine products, the company said it will be adding several new wine-related accessories at the start of the year.
Apple said it was also working on a new line of Apple Watches that will include new technology to enhance the wrist’s performance and help users find their perfect Apple Watch for them.
Apple Watch Series 3 is scheduled to go on sale on March 2.