Where to Buy Wine
Please welcome to use our partner Merchants, where you can buy wine online:
Waitrose Wine Cellar - Waitrose offers a choice of more than 1500 wines, spirits and gifts. You can easily pick your 6 or 12-bottle case of wine and get a free delivery. For orders more than £100 they offer a free next day or name-the-day delivery worth £4.95. You can add a gift message to the wine case and send it to your friends. Special offers are available - average savings up to 33% - check out their current offers. Search for wines, get advice from their experienced staff and Olly Smith and make an informed decision.
Majestic Wine - the UK's biggest mixed case wine retailer with over 150 stores nationwide. Majestic offers FREE delivery on mainland UK, 98% of which are carried out directly from local Majestic stores in Majestic vans by Majestic staff, all arranged at a time to suit you the best (including evenings and weekends). Come and see their dedicated pre-mixed cases section, those are ideal for gifts as well!
Wine Hound - Wine Hound delivers speciality wines and champagnes for all discerning wine lovers in the UK. The majority of their wines can’t be found in high street outlets, they are chosen and trusted by some of the most UK's prestigious restaurants. Quite simply, you get better quality wine for your money at Wine Hound. With over 400 wines to choose from 11 countries with price points from £5 to £50 per bottle - there is something for all budgets.
Delivery is GUARANTEED within 2 working days of placing the order online. In 90% of cases, delivery is completed next day (excludes weekends). 96% of their customers would recommend this retailer to friends and family.
Chase Williams Elegant Crisp Gin 70clThe most complicated gin in the world, made from organically grown cider apples and mixed with nine botanicals including: Juniper, Coriander, Angelica, Liquorice, Orrice, Orange, L...
Pouilly-FumÃ© 'Les Griottes' 2013, Jean-Pierre BaillyGrapes from up to 40 year old vines planted on the argilo limestone and kimmeridgian clay, more commonly associated with the Chablis region, imbues the wine with Pouilly-FumÃ©'s cl...