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Eater Wine Club Subscription


Choose from two or four bottles of restaurant-quality wine, mailed to your door once a month as a recurring subscription. Each month’s box will be curated by a wine pro beloved by Eater editors, who will take inspiration from the city they call home and the flavors and wine trends exciting them right this minute. 

This month’s boxes start shipping on December 10. Space is limited, so get in ASAP! Your cost includes shipping and taxes and is billed automatically each month. (More Q’s? Here you go.)

This month’s curator: Bianca Sanon of Paradis Books & Bread, Miami

Bianca Sanon grew up in South Florida in a Haitian-American home where French and Creole food and conversation flowed freely. After moving to NYC to attend Columbia University, she considered a corporate career in fashion but quickly fell in love with restaurants and hospitality. Working her way up in the NYC food and beverage industry, Bianca ultimately gravitated towards wine. So she enrolled in the Sommelier Society of America, graduating with distinction and eventually making her way back to Miami. She most recently served as the general manager and beverage director of the James Beard-nominated Miami restaurant, Boia De, but is now striking out as co-owner of a new venture: Paradis Books & Bread, a bookstore-slash-wine bar-slash-bakery in North Miami, opening in 2021.

This month’s theme: Celebration-worthy wines (that aren’t Champagne) 

A celebration pairs best with Champagne, right? Well, depends how you want to celebrate — and this year, that might look like an elaborate home-cooked dinner for two or a cozy day spent by the fire in PJs. That homey dinner date calls for a special bottle of rich, earthy red wine, while low-key daytime imbibing is better paired with something light and refreshing. Meanwhile, New Year’s Eve still calls for bubbles, but perhaps a more interesting (and less fussy) variety this year. This month’s wines set you up to celebrate the end of 2020 in whatever way you please.