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How do I join?
Simply select 6 or 12 wines from our online store, and the frequency in which you would like to receive them. The first pack will be delivered immediately, and subsequent packs will be delivered based on the frequency selected.
What discount is on offer?
Your level of discount depends on how many bottles of wine you purchase throughout the year. Discounts work as follows:
Every Three Months
6 Bottles – 20% Discount (24 bottles a year)
12 Bottles – 25% Discount (48 bottles a year)
Every Six Months
6 Bottles – 15% Discount (12 bottles a year)
12 Bottles – 20% Discount (24 bottles a year)
Every Twelve Months
6 Bottles – 10% Discount (6 bottles a year)
12 Bottles – 15% Discount (12 bottles a year)
Can I change my wine preferences?
At any time you can update the volume, frequency, and the actual wines that you wish to receive. We will send you an email two weeks before any scheduled shipment, giving you ample time to make any amendments.
Can I update my details?
You can jump into your ‘My Account’ page to update payment details, shipping preferences, and wine preferences.
Can I cancel my membership?
You can cancel your membership after a minimum of 12 months. Cancellation requests can be submitted via email to firstname.lastname@example.org, and must be received at least two weeks in advance of any upcoming scheduled shipment.
Diversity – natural environments have a way of protecting themselves: it’s called biological diversity. In our vineyards we encourage natural systems to regulate pests and disease. We cultivate microbes in the soil, plant mid-row pastures and native trees, and keep beehives to create habitats for different species and maintain the diversity.
Compost – made off-site to our own recipe, we apply compost in winter to provide organic carbon, nutrient, and – most importantly – the microbes that promote soil health. The soil’s structure is also improved as its ability to hold water.
Preparation 500 – Biodynamic preparation where fresh cow manure is placed into a cow’s horn (a calcium-rich vessel), and then buried over the winter. The manure is transformed into a highly concentrated form of compost.
Soil Health – healthy soil is the foundation of biodynamic farming, that’s why we reject the use of synthetic fertilisers and pesticides that damage the soil’s biology.