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Wine Club

Join our Wine Club and broaden your palate with unique wines from around the world delivered to your home or office monthly. 

Culinarium Wine Club is focused on sharing wine selections monthly which we believe will enhance your culinary experiences.

A monthly wine club to offer you a unique experience through amazing wines from around the world. Each month wine club members will enjoy a selection of wine paired with meats, cheeses, or prepared dishes from local chefs for a full culinary experience.

JUST WINE LOVERS

Ideal for all wine lovers who wants to discover new vintages.
$ 80 Monthly
  • 2 Iconic Wine
  • Free Delivery in GTA
  • $0 Initiation Fee / Cancellation Fee
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2 MONTHS SUBSCRIPTION

A journey of learning and tasting through wine and food from around the world. Total $360 for 2 months.
$ 180 Monthly
  • 2 - 3 Iconic Wines
  • Free Delivery in GTA
  • $0 Initiation Fee / Cancellation Fee
  • Paired Food included
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6 MONTHS SUBSCRIPTION

A journey of learning and tasting through wine and food from around the world. Total $1000 for 6 months.
$ 166 Monthly
  • 2 - 3 Iconic Wines
  • Free Delivery in GTA
  • $0 Initiation Fee / Cancellation Fee
  • Paired Food Included
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FULL YEAR VIP WINE CLUB

A journey of learning and tasting through wine and food from around the world. Total $1950 for the Full Year.
$ 150 Monthly
  • 2 - 3 Iconic Wines
  • Free Delivery in GTA
  • $0 Initiation Fee / Cancellation Fee
  • Paired Food Included
  • 2 extra Bottles of Champagne at Christmas
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When Will You Receive Your Package?

New wine subscriptions ship out mid-month, starting the month after you sign up. Don’t miss out on our next exciting wine package and purchase a gift today!

Wines will be delivered to you in reliable and sustainable packaging! Each box contains an amazing selection of wines and an interactive tasting guide so that you can taste, learn and enjoy.

You’ll learn about the producers, winemaking details, and discuss pairing options.

EVERY MONTH A DIFFERENT COUNTRY, DIFFERENT PRODUCER, WINE AGENCY AND PAIRED FOOD FOR AN AMAZING EXPERIENCE OF SIPPING AMAZING WINES AND EATING DELICIOUS FOOD FROM AROUND THE WORLD.

APRIL 2020: ITALY – Discover Sicily with Bespoke Wine and Spirits

Chianti, Barolo, Amarone, Barbaresco…the names alone conjure visions of the ancient vineyards and dramatic landscapes that exist from north to south of the peninsula. The country makes a vast range of wines, from humble table varieties to cellar-worthy collectors’ items; from zesty whites,  to bold, complex reds and beyond.

MAY 2020: FRANCE – In partnership with Nobles Estate

From Champagne and Bordeaux to Rhône and Burgundy, France is famous for its iconic wine regions. Many of our most beloved grapes are of French origins along with techniques and styles that have shaped wine throughout the ages.

France is home to some of the world’s rarest and most expensive bottles and is the source of countless inexpensive gems just waiting to be discovered. With its prime location, diverse geology and temperate climate, the country grows a wide variety of grapes and makes an abundant array of wines..

JUNE 2020: PORTUGAL

It may have taken a while, but Portugal now shines as a producer in the world of wine. This tiny country boasts a huge number of native grape varieties, which is confusing to those more familiar with Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, and Chardonnay. That same diversity, though, is what’s making Portugal such a darling of international wine circles. Food friendly, versatile, and with such variety in grapes and styles, Portuguese wines truly spoil fans for choice and value.

JULY 2020: CANADA

The true North, strong and free may be best known for its Icewine, but Canada is steadily gaining international recognition for its dry wines too. Find out which grapes are grown in specific regions of Canada and what the ideal growing conditions are. Learn about wine color, aroma, taste, and winemaking style.  Learn more about familiar grape varietals as well as some that are unique to Canadian wine.

AUGUST 2020: ONTARIO VQA

Stay close to home,explore our local wines — and support the wonderful makers creating them. If you’re looking for exceptional wines, you needn’t look far, Ontario wines run the gamut from subtle and refined to bold and vivacious. This province’s reputation was first established with exceptional Icewine, and cemented with its current offerings. Ontario is a wine region to explore, with wines that stand up proudly next to picks from around the world. When it comes to winemaking, there really is no place like home.

SEPTEMBER 2020: NAPA VALLEY

California is a highly-revered region, with good reason.  Its sunny, free-spirited nature, progressive and pioneering producers along wide-ranging sustainability efforts give way to an amazing array of world-class wines.

From its beginnings in the 18th century, California has evolved into an international winemaking powerhouse. The unique diversity of the Golden State’s climate, geography and soil types make it one of the largest wine producers on earth – up there with Italy, Spain and France for sheer volume – and its top wines easily rank among the best in the world.

OCTOBER 2020: GERMANY

Germany has been making exceptional wines since Roman times. Most famous for its fruity, aromatic, and elegant white wines, like Riesling, Germany is the eighth largest wine-producing country worldwide. While it once had a reputation for sweet, lower-priced wines, German winemakers are now producing an enticing selection, including dry and sophisticated whites and reds. With so many styles to choose from, there has never been a better time to discover the wines of Germany.

NOVEMBER 2020: CROATIA

You’ve most likely already had a wine that originated in Croatia, you just don’t know it! In 1994, grape geneticist, Dr. Carol Meredith, discovered that Zinfandel (aka Primitivo) is identical to Croatia’s Tribidrag (or Crljenak Kaštelanski). Tribidrag also happens to be the parent grape of Croatia’s most popular red wine, Plavac Mali. So, if you love Zinfandel, guess what, you already love Plavac Mali! Find out more about the wines of Croatia:  Plavac Mali (bold red wines with blackberry notes), Pošip (full-bodied whites with subtle almond notes), Malvazija Istarska (refreshing whites with a spice note), Grk (dry whites with peppery pear notes), Teran (earthy, full-bodied robust red wines), and Graševina (Medium-bodied aromatic).

DECEMBER 2020: SPAIN

What makes Spain one of the world’s great wine superpowers? Just about everything. Food-friendly, famously delicious, and surprisingly affordable — meet the remarkable regions and wines of Spain.

With its 3,000-year-old winemaking history, Spain is one of the oldest wine regions and has more land under grape cultivation than anywhere else on earth. It is home to a myriad of native grape varieties, dozens of distinct regions and it produces some of the most famous and delicious wines in the world.

***CHRISTMAS 2020: Exclusive for 1-year members

2 bottles of small-batch champagne/sparkling wine sourced from Italy and France straight to your door for the holidays. Each bottle you’ll receive is handpicked from a curated collection to match your palate. You’ll get to discover great champagne ideal for any type of occasion, and yes, no box contains the same flavor!

JANUARY 2021: SOUTH AMERICA

South America’s largest wine-growing country is famous for Malbec, but they produce more than just that! Cabernet Sauvignon grows very well in the high-and-dry climate of Mendoza along with their highly recognized white, Torrontes. Argentina’s newer regions include Patagonia, which creates exceptional Pinot Noir.

FEBRUARY 2021: SOUTH AFRICA

South Africa has been producing wines ever since the first traders from the Dutch East India Company set up a supply station on the Cape, more than 350 years ago. The country’s dry and sunny Mediterranean climate, cooled by the confluence of the Atlantic and Indian oceans, is ideal for growing a wide range of grapes; and the dramatic geography allows it to produce a myriad of styles. Today, South African wines are recognized for offering excellent quality at affordable prices – and sustainability.

MARCH 2021: GREECE 

Greece has been producing wine longer than just about anywhere on earth, and yet the country doesn’t garner the same respect of its northern neighbors, Italy, Spain, and France. That’s beginning to change, however, as the world’s wine fans realize Greek wine is about much more than just Retsina. Upgraded production facilities, an abundance of unique, delicious and indigenous grapes, and a price point that’s often well below the level of quality mean wine lovers are waking up to the joys of this ancient wine region.

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