The best and most flexible Wine Club in the history of the entire universe…
The best thing about the winedirect.com.au Wine Club is that it is easier to do than say. And let’s be honest, it’s pretty easy to say. Set it, forget it, then get on with your life. Seriously move on, this is supposed to make things easier.
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There are three price levels with a red, white and mixed offering in each. The packs change every three months and you are in complete control of how many of what gets sent when and for how long to whom. You can set 1 or 100 packs of any of the selections to be delivered every day, twice a month or once a year. Once you’re up and running, at any stage you can put the automated orders on hold for a week while you are on holiday (lucky bugger) or cancel it completely – no questions, no hassle. You can monitor or make any changes to your automated orders either by yourself in your account dashboard, by emailing us, calling us or sending a carrier pigeon. Preferably a pigeon called Gary. We like pigeons but only when they are called Gary.
Now above we mentioned, “to whom”. More than just sounding fancy, “whom” is anyone you like. You can set up automated deliveries to go directly to someone else (pretty awesome gift idea!) or the office, or your holiday house - wherever - for any period of time you like. Two boxes every three months indefinitely? OK. One box every month for six months? OK. And again, you are in complete control.
If you have read this far down then you are probably pretty interested. So let us try and tip you over the edge. We have been going since 1997 with Wine Club and we still have some of the original members. We must be doing something right.
NO JOINING FEES
AND NO ONE WILL COMPLAIN IF YOU HAVE A BIT ON THE SIDE
PLUS OUR "WINE GOODNESS GUARANTEE" APPLIES TO ALL WINE CLUB PACKS - IF YOU DON'T LIKE IT, WE WILL REPLACE IT - Terms & conditions apply*
*…well, not really - if you don't like it, we will replace it
A bunch of wines that punch well above their weight from some renowned producers. Grant Burge GB51 Cabernet Sauvignon Shiraz is a quality blend with excellent mouthfeel, black and blue fruits and fine tannins. Perfect with a sauced steak or lamb rump. From the Limestone Coast comes 2014 Debutante Shiraz that is food friendly, spicy and medium bodied. Rustic leathery tannins, a blend of red and... Learn More
Forget the bottle shop stop-off, we’ll see your mixed dozen and raise it. The red side sees a great food pairing option in Debuante Shiraz. This is slightly lighter, with rustic leathery tannin, cherry and a blend of black and berry fruit. Chateau Yaldara Estate Cabernet is big, bold, black and beautiful with some herbal undertones and Grant Burge, well he knows his stuff. His GB51 Cabernet... Learn More
A couple of cracking Rieslings and a couple of easy drinking Sauv Blancs. Clare Valley produces some of the best Rieslings in the world. Claymore’s Watervale Joshua Tree is zesty, with plenty of floral aromatics and really focussed minerality, a stunning representation of the region. Thorn Clarke’s Mount Crawford Riesling comes with 96pts from the Canberra International Riesling Challenge... Learn More
Red wine lovers, here’s a fine selection showcasing excellent value with four excellent wines. Kilikanoon Meymans Shiraz has a bounty of rich, red fruits with some chocolate and tea-leaf spice settling over firm tannins. It’s best served with quality protein. Kangarilla Road Cabernet is delicious and classy with fresh and dried herbs, black olive, tomato leaf and lifted black and red... Learn More
A balanced blend of Platinum quality wine with superb value. Shiraz from Kilikanoon Meymans Clare Valley vineyards, with tea-leaf spice, chocolate and rich red fruits, a superb Barossa Valley GSM from Chateau Yaldara with confected blues, brooding Mataro and excellent spiced length. Kangarilla Road Cabernet is well structured with lifted aromatic fruit, black olive and tomato leaf. It’s... Learn More
Adelaide Hills, Limestone Coast, Coonawarra and Eden Valley are all present in this Platinum White Pack. La Maschera’s 2016 Pinot Grigio won Gold at the Royal Adelaide Wine Show. We expect their 2017 will fare just as nicely. Honeysuckle, pears, apricots dusted in white pepper all come to mind in this deliciously complex drop. Adelaide Hills Sauv Blanc is world class and this version from... Learn More
A few easy drinking quaffing reds to get you started, all of which taste better than your average quaffer. Enjoy Cabernet from Cool Woods (Thorne Clark), with plenty of juicy soft fruits, a touch of oak and fine tannins, and everyday drinking Shiraz from Noble Bay, offering plums, chocolate and pepper and good depth of fruit. Willowglen’s Shiraz Cab made by De Bortoli is luscious and fruity... Learn More
A selection of both colours to plug the holes in your wine rack. Curtis Heritage Shiraz is classic, with juicy rich, dark plums and spice. Cool Woods Cabernet has plenty of deep plush blue fruits with a touch of oak and fine, soft tannins. Willowglen Shiraz Cabernet is dry and delicious with red berry fruits, cherry and a hint of oak toast, great with food. A couple of Sauvignon Blancs here... Learn More
Not sure which whites are for you, or simply just need a few for when the in-laws stop by unexpectedly? This pack’s all you need. Chardonnay from Neverland, which offers plenty of confection on the nose with pears and melon before mellowing out with pale straw and citrus, this is in no way an over-oaked Chardy monster. Easy drinking Sauvvy Blanc from Nut House and Wangolina Station, both... Learn More