$129.90 / 3 months
Our White Wine Subscription Box (6 wines) is an awesome way to discover new wines every 90 days.
Simply sign up for your first box and get a new white wine selection, hand- picked by our wine buying team, every season (90 days from your first purchase). We are curating our boxes with a mix of local Canberra regional wines, great Australian buys and some selected wines from all around the world’s best wine regions.
You can also choose our seasonal wine boxes as one-off buys.
Our new Spring White Wine Subscription has the following 6 wines included:
Sidewood Pinot Gris 2019:
Sidewood Estate is a family-owned winery producing elegant, award-winning, cool climate wines in the Adelaide Hills.
Delightful citrus and talc aromas lead to a balanced textural wine, displaying flavours of grapefruit and lemon accented by notes of Manuka honey and orange blossom.
Terre a Terre Down To Earth Sauvignon Blanc 2019
This is the eighth release of the Down to Earth Sauvignon Blanc from close-spaced Crayères Vineyard. The wine is vinified in two separate parcels, one in stainless steel and the remainder in large old oak barrels. The 2019 vintage is a textural wine, with ripe stone fruit characters and good length. It will benefit from bottle ageing, gaining some complexity with age.
Triennes Rose 2019
2019 Triennes Rose France – In 1989, two Burgundians, Jacques Seysses and Aubert de Villaine, and a Parisian friend, Michel Macaux, went in search of new vineyards. Their attention turned to a hill near Aix-en-Provence, some 30km from the Mediterranean. Today, Domaine de Triennes is led by Winemaker Remy Laugier, who crafts rosés like this, featuring syrah, cinsault, merlot and grenache.
This wine has a bouquet of strawberries and white flowers with hints of vanilla. It has the harmony and elegance that has earned world-wide appreciation of the roses of Provence. Triennes rose is the perfect accompaniment to a sunny afternoon.
Tim Smith Viognier
Sourced from two vineyards in the Eden Valley. Whole bunches, pressed straight to a combination of mostly used and new barrels. Un-inoculated ferments, no MLF, and bottled after a short ageing on yeast lees. 2019 Viognier not the old fashioned ‘apricots on steroids’ style that has given this exotic variety a bad name. It has good palate weight like Chardonnay or Semillon, wonderful acid structure like Riesling, and lifted aromatics like Sauvignon Blanc.
Castle Rock Diletti Chardonnay 2017
A cool climate and complex Chardonnay, which has been barrel fermented in French oak, 28% of which was new. Complexity was enhanced by natural ferment, some juice solids during fermentation and leaving the wine on yeast lees in barrel for 10 months.
94 Points “Varietal character in spades. It might weigh in at relatively low alcohol but grilled peach, custard powder and sweet cedar wood flavours put on a thoroughly convincing, not to mention flavoursome, display. Beautiful mouthfeel.” 2021 Wine Companion, Campbell Mattinson
Four Winds Riesling 2019
This wine has all the delicious citrus flavours that Canberra District Riesling is known for. The off-dry style ensures that the small amounts of residual sugar are nicely matched with the wine’s natural acidity making it light and refreshing.
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