”We have a passion for wine and stock a wide range of top-quality varieties from producers who specialise in organic, biodynamic and natural viticulture. Find out more…”
We believe that wine should not be viewed as just another globally branded, alcoholic beverage. Wine is all about people, be it the individuals who are inspired to grow the grapes, those who make the wine, buy the wine, sell the wine or those who consume it or cellar it. In a world dominated by convenience our choice of wine seems dictated by what’s available on our supermarket shelves.
Whilst those shelves have never been fuller, the range of high-quality wine seems to be ever diminishing. The majority of wines on sale at The Grape Store are made by producers who strive to farm their land sustainably, by using organic, biodynamic viticulture or natural winemaking techniques that promote minimal intervention in the cellar.Mix your own case (minimum 6 bottles) or let us do it for you.
There are no restrictions on numbers above 6 bottles and a free gift wrap service is also available. We can also help out with any events you’ve got planned – regardless of scale, we’re happy to arrange corporate or personal wine tasting sessions. You can also get in touch with us about providing services for weddings or other celebrations.
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