Online natural wine marketplace Notwasted has teamed up with Potts Point sandwich eatery Small’s Deli for the picnic pack of your dreams. Throughout spring, Sydneysiders can order the packs through Notwasted’s website, then pick them up via click-and-collect (no delivery) from Small’s Deli from Wednesday–Saturday — just order before 11.30am and they’ll be ready from 12.30pm that day.
If you fancy yourself a sommelier, you can choose your own drinks from the Notwasted range, and add them to your cart featuring whatever picnic pack you desire. Or, perhaps you’re picnicking for your October birthday — and in true indecisive libra fashion, you can’t decide on what wines to pair with your sambo. If that’s the case, there’s a pre-paired option. And yes, the wines also come chilled.
The meat charcuterie box includes garlic and fennel salami, triple-cream brie, Maffra waxed cheddar, house pickles, fruit pate or chilli honey, plus a third of a baguette. Or, there’s the vego charcuterie box, featuring triple-cream brie, cheddar, house pickles, fruit paste, apple and baguette. Both cost $29 for two people and $58 for boxes that feed four.
There’s also a sandwich pack for $30 (plus whatever booze you add on top), which includes a panini filled with salami, grilled eggplant, walnut paste, creamed pecorino and rocket, plus a baguette stuffed with triple-cream brie, Serrano ham and cultured butter.
So, dust off your picnic blanket from last weekend, text your mates, and let Notwasted and Small’s do the rest.