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How to order wine online

Thinking about getting your wine delivered but not sure how? Vinomofo makes it easy and fun

By Time Out in association with Vinomofo
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So much to love about wine. Maybe you like a cheeky riesling, a fruity warm-climate semillon or a bone-dry chardy; perhaps a big bold shiraz or a complex cab sauv. Summer's around the corner too, meaning it's rosé's time to shine. But standing around the bottle shop trying to find the right drops for you is such a drag, and the prices don’t always reflect the quality of what you’re getting.

Maybe it’s time to consider ordering your wine online and getting it delivered to your door. Hell, it’s not as if we’re strangers to getting stuff delivered in 2020, is it? And there are plenty of advantages to ordering from some mofos who really know, Vinomofo

For a start, the average saving on RRP per case is a huge 51 per cent. Delivery is free if you order three cases or more. And if you don’t like what you’ve ordered then you can return it, no questions asked.  

At Vinomofo, you can browse the website at your own pace, or enlist the help of your own dedicated Wine Dealer who knows your tastes. Your Wine Dealer loves wine and can recommend the drops that will float your boat as well as exclusive deals. Follow @vinomofo for virtual tastings with dealers and the wine buyers, or get first dibs to the wine deals straight to your inbox by signing up

Cases are sold according to grape varieties or themes. There are tonnes of mixed cases to choose from or you can build your own case from the ground up and get it delivered every one, two or three months through the Mofo Club. Then there are Black Market deals – a way of getting premium wines at an even lower price. Unlike a cleanskin, it’s a labelled, premium wine, only you don’t find out what it is till it arrives. For instance, you can get a case of Margaret River shiraz that would normally go for $34 a bottle for just $13.50 a bottle through the Black Market.

Oh and remember to drink wine in moderation – quality over quantity guys. To find out more, head here.

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