HOW TO BUY IN OUR SHOP:
- On the Home Page, click the button “How to Buy” to understand how the shop works and then “SHOP NOW” to get started. You can also click “Shop” from the navigation bar.
- On the new screen, scroll down to see pictures of some of our wines on offer
Click and then you can review the whole of our inventory and you can sort that inventory:
- by popularity
- by average rating
- by latest
- price: low to high (shows the bottle size;
numberof bottles per case and the total price)
- price: high to low (shows the bottle size;
numberof bottles in per case and the total price)
“SEARCH FOR PRODUCTS”
Click and then you can search our inventory for a specific wine: enter one or two words from the sought for name in the box. This is especially useful if you are a returning customer wanting to buy more of a particular wine. We recommend customers to take a picture of the label on your phone.
You can see additional information in respect of any bottle if you click the wine bottle / name and the additional information will comprise:
- Country of origin: where the grapes are grown
- SKU: our unique reference number
(KEEP THIS NUMBER FOR FUTURE REFERENCE; FOR A RE-ORDER?)
- Region: where the vineyard is located
colour: red, rose, white
- Producer: name
- Vintage: The year of the vintage wine is one made from grapes that were grown and harvested in that s
- Principal Grape Variety: main grape used by % volume
- Varietal Blend: the percentage mix of named grape types in the wine
- ABV%: Alcohol By Volume as a percentage of the total contents. Most wines range from 10% to 13.5% with some a bit lower: few are below 6% and strong wines may be up to 14.5%
- Vegetarian: our confirmation that the wine is suitable for Vegetarians
- Vegans: our confirmation that the wine is suitable for Vegans
- Bottle size: (the standard size is 75 cl; half bottles are 37.5 cl and single wine glass servings are 20 cl.) Few wines are bottled in either of the latter two sizes)
- Technical sheet
- Wine style: most are designated as “Still” but champagne; and prosecco are categorised as “sparkling”. A small number of specialist products may be referenced as “Fortified”.
This section will select wines which meet your purchase expectations, helping you to define your choice by following the selection options
Select one of red; rose; white
“PRINCIPAL GRAPE VARIETY”
The following ten grapes are the predominant ones used in wine-making, world-wide:
- Cabernet Sauvignon
- Pinot Noir
- Sauvignon Blanc
Other: there are a great many other grape types in use (over 30) in worldwide wine production: these are likely to be used to make varietal blends. Customers for these wine groups will more likely be making their selection by brand name and be buying varietal blends.
There are 19 countries from which to choose
THREE RED BUTTONS TOP LEFT
Scroll up the page and on the top left you will see up to three red buttons which show the three criteria which you have selected (which colour?; which grape variety?; which country of origin?). By clicking any of these you can remove any or all of these three selections and that will widen the selection on offer to you.
The formulae will present alternative wines which meet your requirements> Click each wine selection as ADD TO BASKET.
If you scroll back up to the Home Page and click the image of the basket, then you can check what items are in the basket of purchases, with the numbers and prices of each wine shown in case quantities.
Click to see the detail for your final check of your purchases: you can still increase or reduce any case selection at this point.
The delivery charge amounts to £10 per individual drop; for purchases of up to £100 and is free if the wine purchase is £100 or more.
PAY AND DELIVER
Complete the boxes for name and address etc.: the email is important as our principal means of communication with you so please check that it is correct..
We will send you an email when your purchase are shipped