What's In the Wine Club Boxes?
Explore the wines and winemakers in each month's box and discover what lies behind the bottle — an orange wine? A rare grape variety? A horse vet turned winemaker? A young farmer yet to be discovered? Let's find out together.
Winter is aknockin’, and we’re excited to embrace the festive season: it’s time to start hosting dinner parties. As November is also the month in which we celebrate not only Beaujolais Nouveau — but all things Beaujolais (as if we needed an excuse to drink more Gamay…) every subscriber receives an extra-special bottle from the region.
As the evenings get darker and temperatures drop, we’re getting ready to start cooking comfort food and snuggle up under a rug on the sofa with a special bottle.
As we approach the last few weeks of summer, we’re embracing bright, textural wines that bridge the gap between refreshing summer bottles and wines to pair with autumnal fare — from Austria, to Germany, to France and to Spain.
We think it’s pretty amazing that wine can be made from (almost) every corner of the globe. Whether it’s from ancient vines of the Albillo variety in Spain, or the little-known magical gem that is Listán Negro — found on the Canary Island of Tenerife — the wine world is vast. This month, we’re celebrating its diversity through an array of styles from five drastically different wine regions.
When we took this photograph, we suddenly realised that this month’s selection looks like an art gallery in the form of wine bottles. While of course it’s the liquid in the bottle that counts, the creative and free-thinking nature of each of these winemakers manifests in their design, too. Get ready to explore the world of organic+ farming and creative winemaking.
We can’t quite believe we’re already in June, but here we are, and we can’t wait to welcome al-fresco dining and BBQ season with open arms. This month's selection is all about the start of summer: fresh, vibrant and energetic wines that work for picnics as well as dinner parties. Get ready to enjoy the sunshine!
The month of May is named after Maia, the Roman goddess of fertility. Our selection brings you the stories of growers who are wholeheartedly dedicated to ensuring that their vineyards are consistently at peak health, and who work tirelessly to ensure that their ecosystems are nourished and thriving.
It might be ffffffrrrreezing right now, but recent sunshine has given us a much-needed energy boost and we're looking forward to putting winter behind us. This month’s selection is composed of wines that evoke spring to us in some way — a little less tannin, a little more brightness & lots of acidity. ⚡️
This month, we travel from France, to Italy, to Georgia and California. As we (finally) enter spring, we've picked buoyant wines that are all about energy and a rebirth of ideas. From one of the most springlike red wines we know, to light and supple skin contact Italian cuvées, to working with old-vine Palomino in both France and California, to creating groundbreaking rosé in Georgia... this month is all about discovery.
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This month's selection is all about inspiration — each winemaker is working tirelessly to preserve their unique heritage, and to introduce winelovers to their lesser-known yet historically important wine regions. They are following their noses, focusing on elegant styles of winemaking, and — as always — farming organically(+) with deep care for their land. We hope you enjoy getting to know them as much as we do.
For January's selection, we've sniffed out some fabulous wines made by game-changing winemakers. This is about creating truly unique bottles from unique places. From one of the best pét-nats we've ever tasted, to soulful forever-organic Galician red wine, these are wines born from daring and determined minds. There's no time like the present to make new vinous discoveries, that's our New Year's resolution!
Corks have started to fly, and we're getting excited to see friends & family (and what awaits us under the tree...) December is a time for sharing and caring, and we're thrilled to have curated a selection of wines that every member of your family will love. If there's a time to explore the classics, it's the holiday season, so we're taking you through some of the world's most celebrated wine regions — to Tokaj in Hungary, Piemonte in Italy, the Mosel in Germany, and Burgundy, Champagne and the Jura in France. Raising a glass to you — we hope you have a magical December!
Winter is well and truly here, so we've been on a mission to pick some bottles that feel comforting, and which are food-friendly for all of the warming winter dishes we'll be joining you in cooking. We've also ventured to the Savoie, to bring you a little hint of the Alps — did somebody say Raclette? And as it's the month in which Beaujolais is traditionally celebrated, we've also brought you an iconic bottling from one of Beaujolais' stars, Guy Breton. As always, all of the wines are farmed organically at a minimum, and made artisanally. Cheers!
October makes us instantly think of the feeling of leaves crunching underfoot. We love all of the textures and senses of October — from ceps to roasted pumpkin soup. So, we've been on a mission to bring you wines that have certain textural dimensions this month; wines with a little extra bite and grip for those darker evenings spent under a wool blanket.
We don't know about you, but we're crossing fingers and toes for a late UK summer bloom. Our September selection reflects our thinking — we've chosen delicious and crisp acidity-focused natural wines in this month's selection in the hope that they'll bring us one last drop of sunshine. We travel to Austria — to explore biodynamic wines in the Burgenland and Styria, as well as the Languedoc and Loire in France, and also take a trip into Slovenia.
This month, we're exploring wines from classic regions — from Styria in Austria, to Burgundy, Bordeaux & Alsace in France, to the Douro in Portugal — but made by winemakers who aren't afraid of going against the grain. These are farmers who have helped to craft a vision of true sustainability for the next generation; preserving and promoting biodiversity; and their energy efforts shine through in their wines.