Wine is delicious. Discovering new wines is one of life’s great pleasures but today’s busy schedule can often get in the way.
We spend our days sourcing Australia’s most interesting, unusual and finest wines. The NOMAD Wine Club is your opportunity to enjoy the very best of our Nomad Wine List each month, without having to make the hard decisions. Made up of hard to find, limited production release wines you can start enjoying what our sommeliers do at home. Decide whether you are an Admirer or Enthusiast and we’ll send you the perfect wines to match your taste.
Don’t be disappointed by bottle shop plonk again, life’s too short. Join the club and enjoy a new discovery with every glass.
The curious ones. For those that have just started to dip their toes into the wonderful world of wine. You know what you like but might not know how to describe it. The occasional drinkers, admiring from afar and, slowly but surely, becoming more engaged.
Our monthly 3 pack contains carefully curated wines of a more classic nature, delicious wines designed to impress. These are the wines of the hour at NOMAD restaurant, the public has spoken and these are the wines we can barely keep on the shelves.
Yarra Valley, Vic
From the disaster that was the 2009 Bushfires comes a vibrant, lime-infused Semillon, mouthfilling and textural from its time in barrel.
Great Southern WA
This wine has very clearly seen a load of TLC. Leafy and herbaceous with cassis and savoury spices all supported by a responsible lick of oak.
Vinteloper goes to Orange and the result is this moreish, savoury, gently spiced and dark fruit-imbued Shiraz.
The excitable ones. You love to take long weekends into wine country. You know your Pinot Gris from your Pinot Grigio but thirst for more knowledge. Our monthly 6 pack contains slightly more adventurous wines that will delight, excite and make you think about wine in a different way.
Enthusiasts will receive the wines in the Admirer pack, plus the following 3 wines.
Swan River WA
From what could be Australia’s oldest Chenin Blanc vines at 80 years old comes a baked apple, citrus scented textural delight which nods gently to Vouvray but holds its own counsel.
Macedon Ranges and King Valley, Vic
A handpicked blend of Pinot Noir and Dolcetto, this pink from the Athletes of Wine is by turns pretty and serious. Bright strawberries are held up by finely grained tannins and crunchy acidity.
Both dense and ethereal with loads of saline, salty plums, spice and texture. Finely grained tannins and a splash of acidity seal the deal.
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