$129.90 / 3 months
Our Mixed Wine Subscription Box is an awesome way to discover 6 new wines every 90 days.
Simply sign up for your first box and get a new mixed 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 SUMMER Mixed Wine Subscription has the following 6 wines included:
Te Mata Gamay Noir 2020
New Zealand, Hawke’s Bay. This Gamay noir is a delicious wine bursting with crushed red-berry characters through to a fresh, dry finish. In warm weather it can be served slightly chilled.
Freeman Corvina Rondinella “Rosso” 2017
This is an easy drinking Italian-inspired wine brimming with personality. Flavour and texture. Think of Italy.
Torbreck Woodcutter’s Rose 2020
This wine is made in a dry savoury style by adopting the traditional French method of Saignee. Mataro grapes used.
Gaelic Cemetry Celtic Farm Riesling 2020
Australia, Clare Valley. Established in 1996 by Vigneron Grant Arnold, Gaelic Cemetery Vineyard is located in the picturesque Clare Valley. It’s currently owned in partnership by Neil, Andrew Pike of Pikes Wines, and founder Grant. The winemaking process takes place at Pikes Clare Valley winery facility wherein they employ both traditional and modern methods. Over the years, this five star rated brand has earned a reputation for its multi-award winning wines.
Frankland Estate Chardonnay 2018
Western Australia, Australia. Wine is made from estate grown organic fruit and reflects the unique terrain of the Frankland River Region.
Spinifex “Lola” 2018
Barossa Valley, Australia. Blend: Semillon, Vermentino & Clairette. Semillon is the heart of the blend in 2018 Lola. It has been grown in the Barossa Valley since the 1850’s, self-evident proof of its suitability to grow in the local soils with the local climate. Three old Semillon vineyards are used in Lola, being 60, 70 and 90 years old. Clairette is a relative new comer to the valley and shows great potential, the berries are tough, easily coping with the warm dusty winds of the Barossan summers – and being a late ripener is acid retentive and holds its freshness.
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One Time, Quarterly (New Box Every 3 Months)