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One of the things we love most about food is wine. Specifically, the bottle or glass that you order to go along with snacks at your favorite bar, or a multi-course dinner at that fancy place in town. It’s wine that’s selected by someone who knows what they’re doing — a professional who understands how to decode a label and what kind of grapes will make your food taste that much better. So, we wondered, what if we made it possible to experience that kind of hospitality right at home?

Paula de Pano is hosting Eater Wine Club in June.

Say hello to Eater Wine Club, a monthly wine subscription box. Our extensive network of local editors are helping us tap sommeliers and beverage directors from some of our favorite restaurants, bars, and shops to curate a new experience each month. Sign up and you’ll get a box full of surprising and highly-drinkable wines on your doorstep every month, plus exclusive tips and expertise from each month’s host via a Club member newsletter.

For June, our curator is Paula de Pano, the founder and owner behind Rocks + Acid, a Chapel Hill wine shop and bar opening this summer. Paula recently rediscovered the endless varieties, techniques, and styles that make Australian wine what it is, so her takeover is a showcase of a few of her favorites. Head here to learn more about Paula and her wine picks. Then join the club and invite your friends — from the one who geeks out over cool labels to the one who just wants you to hand them a glass of something delicious that’ll make their food pop. See you there!

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