9 times you’ve been desperate for wine

Nikki Michaels
By Nikki Michaels
over 4 years ago
2 min read

We’ve all been there. You realise you could seriously use a glass or three of vino, but your stock’s run bone-dry, and the thought of making a trip to the store throws you into the depths of wine-deprived despair.

Here are some other thirst-inspiring times you might relate to...

1. When you're really looking forward to revisiting last night's delicious curry – the one that's always better the next day. Mmm... and then you find it gone.

2. When you’re tracking your food delivery and the driver starts going the opposite direction.

3. When your food was due at 9.32pm and it's 9.33pm.

4. When you finish a Netflix series.

5. When Instagram shows you yet another one of your friends on a fancy European vacay.

6. When you come home and your dog’s destroyed your couch.

7. When you get an ‘urgent’ after-hours email from your boss.

8. When all that’s in your fridge is the healthy food that a more-optimistic you bought at the beginning of the week.

9. When it's been a long day and you just need to treat yourself.

Ugh. Well, the good news is that you can now order select Vinomofo bottles via Uber Eats and Deliveroo, as long as you’re in or around Port Melbourne or South Yarra (but we’re planning on rolling out to more locations soon!).

So hop on, order yourself a bottle, and thirstily await its arrival. You've earned it.

Hey Kids!

Under the Liquor Control Reform Act 1998 it is an offence:

  • to supply alcohol to a person under the age of 18 years (penalty exceeds $23,000).
  • for a person under the age of 18 years to purchase or receive liquor (penalty exceeds $900)

Liquor Licence No. 36300937


At Vinomofo, we love our wine, but we like to also lead long and happy lives, and be good to the world and the people in it. We all try to drink responsibly, in moderation, and we really hope you do too.

Don’t be that person…

Acknowledgement of Country

Vinomofo acknowledges the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as the traditional custodians of the land on which we live and work. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging, and recognise their continued connection to the land and waters of this country.

We acknowledge this place always was, and always will be Aboriginal land.