If you’re looking for something new to look forward to during the pandemic, we’ve got you covered!
Whether you’re a wine connoisseur or just looking to learn a little bit more about different international or local wines, wine subscription boxes are a great way to try something new while staying home.
Check out 7 wine subscription boxes to try below.
Lake Inez’s Weird Wine Subscription
Lake Inez’s “Weird Wine Club,” which was first launched in 2019, has altered its structure for the pandemic. With the new subscription format, you’ll get five natural wines “that range on the spectrum somewhere between ‘yes, a unibrow is deeply sexy, please never pluck’ and ‘this wine is surprisingly refined given the label was drawn by a 5 year old.'” Additionally, the Weird Wine Club comes with one Miller High Life, one edible flower, and some musings on each of the wines. All of this costs $215 + hst, which comes out to $42 per bottle.
Eataly Toronto Wine Club
The Eataly Toronto Monthly Wine Club sees the restaurant’s wine experts curating two monthly subscription tiers. Every month, Eataly will deliver three bottles of wine to your doorstep, all selected as part of a monthly theme. The first tier is “perfect for any wine lover,” offering a well-rounded introdution to regional Italian wines. Tier 2, on the other hand, is designed for wine connoisseurs, offering up difficult-to-find wines from some of the most prestigious estates in Italy.
myWineLife is a customizal wine club that features premium local VQA wines from Niagara wineries like Peller Estates, Wayne Gretzky Estates, Trius Winery, and Thirty Bench, all delivered right to your door. This subscription comes packed with locally-crafted wines, some of them only available at the wineries themselves. myWineLife comes with four curated shipments of six bottles of wine that are delivered at the end of October, January, April, and July, all with the option to customize wine selections every quarter.
Wine Club offers up VQA Wine from across Canada’s wine regions that get delivered to the comfort of your home. The Wine of the Month Club comes with different tiers, ranging from the Wine Enthusiast, which comes with two bottles of premier VQA Canadian wines, to the Wine Master, which comes with six bottles of award-winning VQA Canadian wines.
No.30 Wine Club
Thirty Bench Wine Makers boasts the No.30 Wine Club, which offers having their scarce and highly coveted Small Lot wines delivered right to their door. Since most of their Small Lot wine sells out quite quickly and can only be purchased at the winery, this subscription service is definitely worth it! The No.30 Wine Club has four curated shipments with six bottles of premium VQA Thirty Bench wine.
Hemispheres Wine Guild
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Hemispheres Wine Guild offers a wine club membership that features top quality wines shipped four times a year to your door. This is great for those wishing they could travel, as it exclusively offers international wines that you can’t buy in Canada. There are several different kinds of memberships, from the Taste Member, which offers four premium cases per year with 12 bottles in a case, to the Enthusiastic Membership which boasts 8 premium cases per year with 12 bottles in a case.
The CB Wine Program
Charlie’s Burgers started out in early 2009 as a series of private dining events with a high-profile chef, and later on in 2013, they launched The CB Wine Program, which is a delivery service that sends members different wines every month. Each month you can anticipate a selection of wines that are not available in any wine store, based on their monthly featured winery from around the world.