Wine Subscription

Broaden your palate and wine knowledge by trying new wines every month that are not found in supermarkets or the high road, but are from smaller, more interesting producers.

An expert-curated mix case of delicious, artisanal, and sustainable wines straight to your door.


Choose your styles:
> Everything Case, or

> Mostly White, or
> Mostly Red 

Choose your frequency of delivery:
> Monthly or
> Every other month


A rigorous selection process behind the scenes to choose the best tasting, most interesting, and high quality wines to fit a unique theme each month


> Free delivery to your door in mainland UK  
> Tasting notes
> Producer profiles 
> Educational information on winemaking and viticulture,
> Food pairing suggestions are sent to you via email the same week


Monthly Virtual Wine Tasting via Zoom to connect with other members and taste together with Victoria, and even the winemakers from your box!

Red Wine


Don’t Just Take Our Word for It

Susan Brambleby

I was drawn into the virtual wine tasting events by Victoria's brilliant idea of marking Hemingway's book with the wines he drank in France with his famous friends. The wines we tasted in September were matched with Hemingway's experience of the wines he drank, which made for an interesting twist on the evening, the event being woven into the Chiswick Book Festival.

The monthly wine tastings have continued along these lines, with an unusual and sophisticated theme being introduced by Victoria every month, such as a lovely mixture of English wines in January, wines of the Southern Hemisphere in late 2020 & ancient wines in autumn 2020. So not only are members of the wine club introduced to new parts of the world to be explored on their wine journeys, but the ability to talk to wine experts over Zoom. I found these virtual wines events to be a most enjoyable and educational way of tasting wines throughout the world, at a time when it is not possible to visit the vineyards in person and has been a great way to learn about different cultures and history and a real breath of fresh air in these difficult times