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Stop wasting money on the wrong bottles & start drinking smarter.

Opening the perfect bottle of wine is a dream. But finding the right bottle to drink in the first place can be a total nightmare.

What do all the labels mean? How do you know if a bottle is any good before you open it? The bottle has a medal on it - but is it right for your tastes? Does it go with what you’re cooking for dinner? 

Let us take the hard work & stress of choosing a wine off your hands. With Wine Unpacked, every bottle we send has been matched up to your individual taste preferences - so you know it's going to be winner.

You get great a fully personalised selection of great wines each month, with a rolling monthly subscription you can skip, pause or cancel whenever you like. All tailored to your unique taste profile. 

What wizardry do we use to figure out your tastebuds?

In your welcome box you'll find 12 x fun-size bottles of wine (we call this the Taste-Finder kit). Simply drink them, rate each out of 10 and we’ll crunch the numbers to calibrate your taste profile & learn which styles are for you. 

Then each month our team of wine experts go to work. They take our monthly selection of incredible wines, and pick you the ones that align best with your unique sense of taste.

Finally you can pop bottles with confidence knowing that you'll love what's inside.

To get started all you need to do is this:

  1. Pick a 2, 4 or 6 bottle subscription and wait for your welcome box to arrive alongside your welcome wines (a selection of our favourite crowd-pleasers).

  2. Drink & rate the 12 mini wines that come with your first box.  

  3. Sit back & wait for your out-of-this-world wines to show up each month. You can skip, pause or cancel whenever you like. 

Each wine comes with tasting notes, pairing suggestions & facts to show off to your mates with when you take a bottle round to dinner. All our wines come from small, independent & quality focused producers with an average bottle value of around £20.

Make drinking bad wine a thing of the past and sign up to Wine Unpacked to start receiving wines tailored to your unique taste-buds. 

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No. One

100% Shiraz (Syrah)

Country: Australia
Region: Barossa Valley
Sub-Region: n/a
Producer: Peter Lehmann
Year: 2018
ABV: 14.5%

Contains Sulphites

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Known as Shiraz in warmer climates and Syrah when it's produced in a cooler climate style - this grape gives us intense black fruit flavours regardless of where it's from. If you like this style - Barossa has a tonne of rich, ripe examples - but if you prefer something a little more acidic, with more black pepper and graphite - check out northern Rhone Syrahs.  

No. Two

100% Garnacha (Grenache)

Country: Spain
Region: Navarra
Sub-Region: n/a
Producer: Bodegas Aroa
Year: 2020
ABV: 14%

Contains Sulphites

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Garnacha makes relatively straightforward wines, with big red fruit flavours, high tannins and high alcohol. The cooler climate here gives this one a decent acidity as well. If you're a fan of this - check out single varietal Garnacha wines from Spain and also the Southern Rhone in France. 

No. Three

Rhone Blend (Syrah / Grenache)

Country: France
Region: Southern Rhone
Sub-Region: Gigondas
Producer: Grapillon d'Or
Year: 2018
ABV: 15%

Contains Sulphites

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The only red grape allowed in the Northern Rhone is Syrah - but here in the Southern Rhone it's all about blends. The classic Rhone blend focuses mainly on Syrah, Grenache & Mourvedre - with a supporting cast of many other grapes.Châteauneuf-du-Pape is the area's most prestigious appellation but you can often find better value inVacqueyras and Gigondas or the widerCôtes du Rhône. 

No. Four

Valpolicella Ripasso

Country: Italy
Region: Veneto
Sub-Region: Valpolicella
Producer: Corte Giara
Year: 2018
ABV: 13.5%

Contains Sulphites

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Valpolicella makes a number of different wines, from the simple, everyday wines (Valpolicella & Superiore) to the unusual wines made from air dried grapes (Amarone and Rectioto). Here we have a ripasso - a mix of the two styles with the fresh cherry and fruit from the regular wines, but also some unusual complexity from the dried grapes. 

No. Five

Rioja Reserva

Country: Spain
Region: Rioja
Sub-Region: n/a
Producer: Ramon Bilbao
Year: 2015
ABV: 14%

Contains Sulphites

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The region of Rioja are big on their blends. The young wines (Joven & Crianza) are fresh and fruity whereas the older wines (like this Reserva and also Gran Reservas) spend long periods of time in oak barrels giving them complex aromas of spice, coconut, leather and mushroom. 

No. Six

Douro Tinto

Country: Portugal
Region: Douro
Sub-Region: n/a
Producer: Quinta do Infantado
Year: 2016
ABV: 14%

Contains Sulphites

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Portugal are most famous for their port wines, but when you make dry reds out of the same grapes you get intense flavours and very heavy tannins. The region is becoming more popular - so if you're looking for a great value wine, with big black fruit flavours to pair well with heavy meat dishes - look no further. 

No. One

Sancerre

Country: France
Region: Loire Valley
Sub-Region: Sancerre
Producer: Francois Crochet
Year: 2019
ABV: 13%

Contains Sulphites

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This classic Sancerre from Francois Crochet is perfect if you're looking for a crisp, light and dry wine with floral aromas. If you like this style and are looking for something you can enjoy every day try Menetou Salon or Quincy

No. Two

New Zealand

Country: New Zealand
Region: Marlborough
Sub-Region: Awatere
Producer: Yealands
Year: 2018
ABV: 12.5%

Contains Sulphites

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Despite being dry and fresh, New Zealand sauvignon blancs often have intense tropical aromas. This is the best wine from the estate, but Yealands also make a variety of wines at different price points that you can find here

No. Three

Bordeaux Sauvignon / Semillon

Country: France
Region: Bordeaux
Sub-Region: Pessac-Leognan
Producer:Château Lamothe-Bouscaut 
Year: 2018
ABV: 13.5%

Contains Sulphites

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Bordeaux whites are typically a blend of Sauvignon and Semillon and the addition of Semillon makes them stand up to ageing. Pessac Leognan is the most prestigious region but the area of Entre-Deux-Mers can make some great wines that are more affordable. 

No. Four

Left Bank Bordeaux

Country: France
Region: Bordeaux
Sub-Region:Saint-Estèphe
Producer:Château Graves de Pez
Year: 2016
ABV: 13.5%

Contains Sulphites

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Wines from the left bank of Bordeaux are Cabernet Sauvignon heavy and go big on the tannins. If you like this no-holds-barred style then check out some of the cabernet sauvignons from the Napa Valley in California like this from Stag's Leap Cellars.