Our monthly subscription wine box

Every month is different! If you are looking to have some of the most tasteful wines delivered to your door on a regular basis, then this subscription box is for you.
THE SEPTEMBER MIXED SIX PACK
At The Drink Hive, we focus on originality, so with this month's box, we have lined up some of our delicious fruit forward wines. All of these hand-selected wines have been created by small producers - curated with consciousness.

The Hero Of Zero Shiraz

Classic South Australian on the nose with wild with aromas of dark berries, ripe blood plans and exotic spice. The palate is supple and fruit driven with a mouth-filling burst of spicy, dark berry fruit flavours wrapped in fine tannins before a bright, lifted finish. • Vegan Suitable No Added Preservative.

Mr Mick Riesling

Rich in lemon curd, lime aromas and flavour and with a touch of sweetness, this wine lends itself to some easy food matching; especially with Asian cuisine. Mouth-watering acidity and length of flavour will have you also falling in love with great Clare Valley Riesling.

Hear No Evil Sauvignon Blanc

The nose is fresh and delicate with restrained floral and gooseberry aromas given complexity by river-stone and white apple notes. The palate displays lime, citrus and passionfruit flavours carried by a fine mineral acid backbone. A more restrained and elegant version of Sauvignon Blanc.

Laughing Jack Shiraz

Here’s a Shiraz that simply screams winter drinking with its tremendous depth of silky, mouth-filling fruit, together with very well integrated French and American oak. It's super approachable now, just delectable!

Which Way Is Up Shiraz

 A medium to full bodied Shiraz, much more fruit forward and stylistically very smooth and easy drinking. 

La Ficelle Gamay Blend

A delicious blend of Gamay and Pinot Noir. It’s bright in the glass with notes of cherry and raspberry, teamed with some easy dusty tannins. This is a fresh vin de soif style that will keep you coming back for more!

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