Sometimes, outward flaws don't indicate a product's inherent quality, as proven by 1980s Volvos, and Eric Stoltz in Mask. Get discounts on perfectly good vino, from The Accidental Wine Company.
AW rounds up bottles of totally legit wine, then slashes the prices up to 40% simply because the labels don't quite cut it (stained by broken bottles, replaced by a new design, "Coppola" misspelled "Scorsese"). Stock covers red/white plus bubbly and port, some coming with must-buy minimums, usually three (hey, it works for HoHos). You can select a la carte, trust AW's wine finders on a range of 3/6/12-packs (sold at a guaranteed average retail price), or join one of three subscription clubs; just choose your price-point and you'll get three bottles/month, with exact selections determined by which vineyard's cellar workers are the most tireless supporters of their own brand
To get the full benefit, sign up for their free email announcements, which give you the jump on upcoming deals and access to their closely guarded "Opulent Obsessions" stock -- which promises high-end goodness despite having the outward flaw of being named Opulent Obsessions.