Give your Valentine maximum delight with a bottle (or three) of Minimum Wines
04.02.2021

Give your Valentine maximum delight with a bottle (or three) of Minimum Wines

Words by Eva Marchingo

Organic wine for a pleasurable time.

There’s absolutely nothing to feel bad about when buying from sustainably conscious winemaking project, Minimum Wines.

As you love your Valentine just the way they are, Minimum Wines love their product just the way it is, operating on a principle of minimum intervention.

Minimum Wines have organic and regenerative growing principles and farming practices, including green manure cover crops, compost teas, mulching, under-vine cultivation, no chemicals or pesticides, and advanced water-saving initiatives.

They love the environment, and it shows. Their packaging is 100 per cent recyclable or compostable, with most of it being made from already recycled materials. And they bottle under cork so that it’s a 100 per cent compostable, carbon-negative product.

Show your special one how much you love them by treating them with a product packed full of thoughtfulness, passion, and kindness. If you want to wow their socks off come Valentine’s Day, treat their senses with a hand-wrapped three-bottle gift-pack.

If you believe in celebrating your loved one throughout the year, Minimum Wines has you covered on that front, too. Take the long view with a yearlong wine subscription.

With four deliveries over the year, each including six bottles of wine delivered to their door, they’ll be hard-pressed to forget how adored they are. What’s more, the first delivery will arrive in time for Valentine’s Day.

Each delivery from Minimum Wines includes a Minimum Wines Zine and a personalised note from you. Available online, and with free delivery Australia-wide, you can treat anyone you love to a Valentine’s treat, regardless of where they are.

Head to the Minimum Wines website to find out more.

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