Over 11,500 trees!

We plant a tree for every dozen sold. So far, thanks to you, we've planted 11,507 trees! Thank you.

Thoughtful inspiration

Read issues of The Ⓣheorist for inspiring thoughts, feels and wonders for your day.

The Community Voice

A space to share our collective community's: critical thought, untold stories, poems, micro-essays, illustrations, whispers, photos.

Mindful wines, made for humans. With respect for the land they come from, and the people who drink them.

We ship in mixed 3, 6 and 12 bottle boxes.
Complimentary shipping Aus-wide & free zine in every order.
One tree planted every dozen sold.





OUR MAIN RANGE

Certified organic, low sulphur, wild fermented, vegan.
For your everydays.





OUR SHORT RUNS RANGE

Special limited releases, experimental, lo-fi, unfined/unfiltered, low or no sulphur.

THE ⓉHEORIST

Thinks, feels & wonders for your days.

  1. ISSUE #29.

    Bare,
    the sole,
    and little bits,
    of Earth. 

  2. OF ANOTHER WORLD: Your Cosmic Guide to 2023.

    Pick a fortune cookie, 
    lean into your 2023.
  3. FEEL: Stories for deeper listening.

    We show up,
    with our ears,
    both.

  4. ISSUE #28.

    Between the breath, 
    past and future, breathing,
    – dying, to breathe.

GOOD PRODUCT—GOOD PEOPLE—GOOD PLACE

We are a certified B Corp committed to always contributing at least 5% of revenue to positive social and environmental impact.

This includes 1% to Paying the Rent (reparations for operating on stolen Indigenous land) and planting one tree for every dozen sold.

We acknowledge the Traditional Owners & Custodians of the land on which we operate, the eight clans of the Yorta Yorta Nation and the Wurundjeri & Taungurung people of the Kulin Nation. We pay our respects to their Elders past & present. We extend that respect to all Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Peoples and we acknowledge their ongoing connection to Country. Finally, we honour Gaiyala/Warring, the river that feeds our land and connects us. Each year we pledge 1% of our revenue to Paying the Rent. Payments go to: Djirra, Pay The Rent and Yorta Yorta Nation Aboriginal Corporation.