When you need a wine delivery in Brisbane you can rely on the expert team at The Wine Collective to get it shipped out to your home.
We have had our specialty wine professional curate all our wines into categories, and this makes it much easier to find the specific wine you’re after. You can build a case of mixed wines, or order a case of your favourite wine, naturally if you want to just order a single bottle you can do that as well.
One of the benefits of online shopping is that you can do it from almost any location (that is anywhere you have a good internet connection), as our shop is open at all hours of the day you can also order your wine whenever you like.
This is perfect for busy professionals who simply don’t have the time to drive to a nearby shop and wander the aisles looking for that one special bottle of wine among all the others.
In The Wine Collective online store, if you know the brand or style of wine you can easily use the search function and find it fast! If you’re not too sure about the particular wine you’re seeking, then you can look through our curated lists; these include the Mothers Day, Fathers Day, and Black Friday wine collections. If you want to buy several wines at one time, you can always Afterpay alcohol, and spread the cost out over four easy to manage payments; this can also be a great way to save on shipping charges.
Having a wine delivery in Brisbane often means that you’re inviting a few friends over for an event, or that you’re wishing to save money by taking advantage of our sales. If you need some assistance in selecting your wine, it can be a good idea to make sure it’ll pair well with the food you’re planning to serve.
What food to pair with each wine?
Traditionally wines were matched with the type of meat you’re serving, but in current trends it is considered better to match it to the sauce. For a rich sauce that you’ll usually find in grilled meats and charred vegetable skewers, go for a deep red wine such as a Shiraz, or a Cabernet Merlot.
For a lighter or creamy sauce, often served with seafood and some pasta dishes, try a light red such as a Pinot Noir, or a white wine, like a Sauvignon Blanc, or a Semillon. Although pairing food with wine can help bring out and intensify the flavours of both items, some people simply have a preference for a red or white wine, therefore it’s ideal to get at least a bottle of each to keep everyone happy.
The wine industry in Queensland is starting to take off as wine producers discover that there are several areas in South East Queensland that are highly suitable for growing grapes. It’s in these regions you’ll find what is commonly known as high-altitude growing conditions. If you’re having some guests over from the states in the south, it can be a great idea to show them up by getting some locally produced wines and comparing it to the southern versions.
As the expert team we can arrange for any wine delivery in Brisbane, and we’ll make sure it arrives safely to your door. All our orders are packed with care, and then handed over to the team at Australia Post. You’ll receive a tracking code that can help you keep an eye on your wine delivery for Brisbane.
We can send wines to any part of the city including the Brisbane CBD, Fortitude Valley, South Brisbane, Redcliffe, Beenleigh, and Sherwood. In some cases, it may be a requirement that the delivery be signed for, however if no one is at the address your delivery will be taken to the nearest post office for collection at a later time; the courier will let you know if this has occurred with a card placed in your letterbox.
When organising a wine delivery in Brisbane in advance for a planned event, which can be a great way to take advantage of any special offers, it’s ideal to store them properly. With the exception of sparkling wine (these should be consumed within about four months or purchase), wines will keep for a reasonable amount of time provided they are stored appropriately.
Without getting overly technical, wines simply need a cool and dark spot, for corked wines they can lie on their sides, any other wine should be stored upright. If you’re fortunate to have a cellar, then that is perfect, however for most of the wine drinking population using the bottom few shelves of the pantry will be good enough. Wine is fast spoiled by fluctuating temperatures, so make sure you keep it off the fridge and away from the oven.
Wine all over the world is seen as the drink for any celebration. When you need a wine delivery in Brisbane, or anywhere in Queensland, you can rely on the team at The Wine Collective to get it all sorted out for you. If you’re living in Brisbane and need to send wine to someone as a wine gift delivery, we can arrange for that as well. We regularly ship wine to Melbourne, Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, and Perth. It is a part of our mission to get great wines into the homes of all Australian families.
As wine is generally considered one of the best gifts you can give to someone, you’re sure to find something in our online store that will do the job and keep everyone happy!