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The 5 best wine subscriptions, clubs and boxes to shop in Australia

Level up your amateur sommelier prowess from home. - by Jessica G. Lynch
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If you consider yourself something of a wine snob yet you’ve been picking up the same uninspired rotation of shirazes, cab savs and sav blancs at the bottle-o recently…it might be time to sign up to a wine subscription.

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Wine clubs, wine boxes, wine delivery services – whatever you want to call them – usually arrive at your door bimonthly and are a convenient way of allowing your taste buds to dabble with different flavours and undertones.

With options aplenty for organic wines, Australian-produced wines, luxury wines and quality wines on the affordable side, there’s a box of vino for every need and liking. After all, we are a nation with countless award-winning wineries and vineyards.

Once a game largely dominated by older folk, wine clubs are now becoming more appealing and considered for all demographics – beginners and seasoned wine drinkers alike. Plus, with the ease of online membership, perks and hot deals on delivery and variety are easier to come by.

Read on for our researched round-up of the best wine subscriptions to sign up to so that you can level up your amateur sommelier prowess at home.

The best wine boxes to subscribe to in Australia

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The Only Keto Wines Co.

Cost: from $90 per box of 3

Pros: keto, low sugar and low total sulphur, good for people with dietary restrictions

Exclusively offering organic wines that are independently lab-tested for low sugar under 0.25g/150ml glass, The Only Keto Wines Co. delivers curated wines that suit a healthier lifestyle. From sparkling roses to grenaches to rieslings, you can order keto wines on their own or as a regular subscription. Use ‘LOWSUGAR20’ at checkout for a $20 discount on your first purchase of any standalone six or 12 pack of wine. 

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The Wine Collective

Cost: from $155 per case of 12

Pros: can build your own wine plan, no joining fees or contracts

As a former subsidiary of Australia’s oldest wine club founded in 1946 The Wine Society, The Wine Collective know what they’re talking about. Offering an impressive range of over 9000 wines from small to medium-sized wine producers, you can choose from 11 expertly curated wine plans or make your own – with many coming with comprehensive winery profiles and tasting notes.

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Wine Selectors

Cost: from $160 per box of 12

Pros: no lock-in contracts, supports Australian wine producers

Named as one of 2021’s Trusted Brands in Australian Wine Subscriptions, Wine Selectors’ wines are hand-selected by an expert tasting panel across both big and boutique producers in the country. Choose from pre-selected subscriptions like organic, regional and Hunter Valley or customise your own pack.

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vinomofo wine subscription

VINOMOFO

Cost: from $179 per case of 12

Pros: personalised to suit your tastes, free shipping

Featuring over $300 worth of beautiful wines from all over the world for around $15 a bottle, The Mofo Club is a wine adventure delivered to your doorstep. All you need to do is choose whether you want a red, white or mixed case, then personalise it to suit your tastes.

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Naked Wines

Cost: get $100 off your first case

Pros: no membership fees or tie-ins, every wine is backed by its No Fuss Refund

Enjoy 12 delicious wines handmade by independent winemakers for only $6.67 a bottle. You start off by taking the Naked taste test, trying your wines over 30 days to see if Naked Wines is right for you, and then become a fully-fledged Angel and get up to 40% off.

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Please remember to drink responsibly. If you or someone you know needs help, the Alcohol Drug Information Service (ADIS) is available 24/7 on 1800 250 015 or call Lifeline on 13 11 14.

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