For individuals who regularly buy fine wine (typically wine over £50 a bottle), we have a dedicated mailing list and a specialist team ready to help.
We send out regular (roughly twice-weekly) offers on fine wine to a small mailing list of private individual wine collectors and drinkers. We also offer tailored buying advice suited to your particular tastes and are able to source anything from the latest Bordeaux en primeur releases to the rarest vintages of Burgundy or the strictly allocated cult wines of California - all at lower-than-retail prices.
As a fine wine customer we can offer you:
If you buy fine wine regularly and need somewhere to store it, we offer a fully-managed service in conjunction with our warehouse partners, EHD. If you choose to store with us we will take care of the paperwork, setting you up with a nominee-account managed by Roberson Wine. Benefits include:
Our current storage rates per case, per year are:
We are always on the lookout for carefully cellared fine wine from top producers and vintages. Should you be interested in receiving a valuation for your cellar please contact us with a list of your wines. Our primary interest is Cru Classé Bordeaux, but we will consider wines from other regions. Please note that in the vast majority of instances we are only looking to buy complete cases and have a strong preference for wines that are held under bond with clear provenance. These factors will affect the prices we are able to offer.
For more information on any of the fine wine services we offer, to sign up to receive our fine wine offers, or to enquire about selling your fine wine, contact us.
If you are a trade customer looking for information on our fine wine trading department, visit our dedicated trade website.
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