Q: Can you ship the wine to Canada? Asked by Rosanna C., November 2020
Sadly no. We can't ship to the US or Canada due to customs rules on alcohol.
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Q: When is my subscription billed?Asked by Christine S., September 2020
We charge and send your first box immediately when you purchase a subscription. Recurring payments are charged on the 15th of the month.
Q: When is my subscription going to be shipped?Asked by Christine S., September 2020
We ship from the 20th of the month and it takes between 3-10 days to get to you.
Q: What is the last day that I can subscribe to get this month's box?Asked by Christine S., September 2020
We're a quarterly box so you can subscribe up to 10 days before the end of the current quarter and still get that quarter's box.
Tip: There's a countdown timer on our website that tells you exactly how many days you have to order the current box
I initially bought this as a present for a friend - there were shipping issues to the US, so decided to keep it for myself (I live in Germany). Elise was absolutely great and is very responsive to emails. I highly recommend this for anyone who likes wine - she also includes snacks!
This box is a great idea, specially if you are a wine lover and like to try new wines! Truly recommend it. An amazing gift as it comes in a lovely box, amazing wine and an extra treat. My box had chocolate!
This first box brings you two bottles by famed wine maker Nicolás Bizzarri. Both bottles come from the Valle Central region of Chile - an area where the sunny warm climate and ideal soil conditions allow the quality of the grapes to shine through. Your Treat! Delicious dark chocolates to enjoy. It’s also a great pairing with the merlot. Enjoy x
Our next stop is South Africa, another well-known wine producing country with many varieties. This box brings you two bottles from South Africa’s fertile Robertson Valley which is associated with rich, fruit-driven red and white wines made most often from Chardonnay and Shiraz grape varieties, as well as sparkling wines from Chardonnay and Pinot Noir. Your Treat! A delicious array of popcorn flavours. Enjoy x
This box takes us to Italy, one of our all-time wine producing countries. There are obviously many regions to choose from but we’ve honed in on Piedmont, in the northwestern corner of Italy and the popular region of Salento Peninsula in Puglia. Your Treat! Succulent flavours of jerky. Enjoy x
This quarter, we have selected refreshing wines that are full of flavour to help you transition into autumn. This box makes another visit to Valle Central, home of Chile’s renowned wine regions and sunshine filled South of France; to bring you two easy drinking wines that are fruity and full of flavour. Your Treat! Artisanal cheese biscuits that pair very well with the above wines on its own and even better when topped with more cheese. Enjoy x
Happy new year, and welcome to a new decade! The first wine box of the year takes us back to Valle Central, Chile and a special release Santa Lucia. As usual, there are delicious treats to enjoy with your wine.
If you’re feeling bored and a little down, the Wine Lovers Box is here to perk you up. Filled with delicious goodies; this box brings very weather appropriate wine from Spain. And as usual, there is a delicious treat to enjoy with your wine.
To celebrate the easing of lockdown rules, we’re taking you to Sicily, to celebrate with one of their bestselling Pinots – Amori Delle Venezie! True to its name, you’ll fall in love with these refreshing wines as they are perfect for the height of summer. And as usual, there is a delicious treat to enjoy with your wine. -Two new bottles with every delivery -An extra gift with every box -High quality wine -Tasting notes -Pairing notes
To round off the year, the final Wine Lovers Box of 2020 takes you to France to enjoy a smooth and warming red wine, perfect for autumn, and a gorgeous Rosé you can pair with spicy dishes. France is one of the largest wine producers in the world; it produces eight billion bottles every year and 53 litres of wine per capita per year, so there’s a lot to choose from. We hope you like the two we’ve picked as much as we do.