You’ll immediately receive an order confirmation, and your chosen payment method will be charged. If applicable, GWGP will take the next 24 hours to build your personalised mixed case and tasting notes - otherwise the wines will ship right away! Once complete, you’ll receive an email notifying you that the order has been fulfilled along with your estimated delivery window (usually next day) along with your personalised tasting notes!


We can deliver next business day to most postcodes* in mainland UK for FREE on orders of £100 or more. Shopping carts totalling below £100 are charged at a flat rate of £9.99. All shipping prices are inclusive of VAT.

In most cases, DPD will deliver your wines. Occasionally, orders will be sent directly by our warehouse partners London City Bond. 

Deliveries are made Monday – Friday. Please contact us if you'd like to arrange a weekend delivery, subject to a surcharge.

Orders received BEFORE 1PM should expect next day delivery in most cases. An order placed AFTER 1PM is likely to be fulfilled the following day and delivered the day after that. For example, orders placed after 2PM Thursday are fulfilled on Friday and will be delivered the following Monday. Orders placed after 2PMM Friday are fulfilled on Monday and delivered on Tuesday.

Northern Ireland, Channel Islands, Scottish Highlands & Islands: These destinations do not adhere to the above schedule, and unfortunately incur additional delivery fees. Delivery in 2-5 business days for £15.00 on orders of £100 or more. Shopping carts totalling below £100 are charged at a flat rate of £20.00 per delivery. All shipping prices are inclusive of VAT.

For Northern Ireland and the Channel Islands, these rates are charged at checkout. Functionality of the site is such that the Scottish Highlands and Islands (specific postcodes below) are not recognised as unique destinations, therefore additional charges will be remitted separately after checkout via a personalised payment link. We will contact you via email to notify you of the additional charges. Payment in full will be required before fulfilling your order with the warehouse. Thank you for understanding!

  • Scottish Highlands - AB36-38, AB55-56, FK17-21, IV1-39, IV52-54, IV63, KW1-14, PA21-40, PH19-26, PH30-41, PH49-50

  • Scottish Islands - HS1-9, IV40-51, IV55-56, KA27-28, KW15-17, PA20, PA41-49, PA60-78, PH42-44, ZE1-3


In your shopping basket, click Write a Gift Message to add your gift note! Delivery info from DPD will be sent to the phone number associated with the delivery address and email address associated with the order. 


We don’t charge any fees for our personalised service. Individual bottles are priced within industry-standard retail margins. The total retail value of the wines received in your personalised case will never total below what you paid. We endeavour to send you wines we truly believe you'll love, even if that means going over our own budget in some cases. We operate on the thinnest of margins to offer you excellent prices all year long, with the hope of being both competitive in the market, and proud to sell wine at prices we'd be happy to pay ourselves. Check out this handy graphic to learn more about where your money goes when you buy wine. We value the actual wine itself, that comes from producers, that supports their employees. Hence, why we believe the best value starts at £10. Our average bottle sold is ~£24, our customers know value! 

Bibendum Vinonomics


If you’re unhappy with the wine we’ve sold you please tell us! Wine can sometimes be faulty due to cork taint and other reasons (see below). We also want to make sure you are as happy as can be with what we are selling. Feedback is a gift! Please tell us and we will do the best we can to make things good again.

But remember, everyone’s palate is different! A wine could be loved and revered the world-over, and you may still not enjoy it. You’re putting the same trust in us that you would a sommelier at a restaurant or retailer, and we have the utmost respect for that relationship. With that in mind, we won’t sell anything we wouldn’t be thrilled to drink ourselves.

And if you just want to return your wines, please send it back and we will credit you in full (not including shipping charges if applicable) when we receive it. We will happily take back any unopened bottles for exchange, credit or a refund for up to 35 days after delivery.

GIFT CARDS - We are happy to offer refunds for unused gift cards. Please note, partially used gift cards can't be refunded. No cash value.


It happens to the best of them. No matter how good the producer and how perfect the provenance, any wine can be corked. If you suspect a problem with a bottle you have already opened, reseal it and contact us within 48 hours.

‘Corked’ has a specific meaning - it is used of a wine which has been tainted by a fungus found inside cork bark. This can happen to any bottle sealed with a natural cork, no matter how expensive. There is no definitive test you can do at home, but you can learn to spot corked wine by its aroma and flavour. Its effects range from mild (the fruit flavour of the wine is dull and muted) to severe (the wine has a strong musty or rotting cardboard aroma). If you are unsure whether what you can taste is cork taint, it helps if you can compare it with the aroma and flavour of another bottle of the same wine. It would be very unusual for both to be corked, so if they taste the same there may not be a fault. You cannot tell if a wine is corked from the cork itself. A crumbly or even mouldy cork does not mean that there is anything wrong with the wine.

Cork taint is the most common problem with wine, but sometimes other things go wrong. This usually means one of two things. Either the wine has ‘cooked’ through exposure to excessive heat, or it has oxidised prematurely. If either of these things happen, the wine may turn brown and taste sour, excessively ‘stewed’, or even of vinegar. However, not all wines that taste oxidised or cooked are faulty. Traditional white Rioja, Sherry, Madeira and many natural wines (to name just a few examples) are deliberately oxidised, heated or made without preservatives, specifically to produce an unusual flavour. Like the mould in a blue cheese, this is an integral part of the wine’s character. Similarly, as a wine ages it slowly oxidises. An old wine that is past its peak may taste tired, but it is not faulty. A wine is only faulty when the ‘fault’ causes it not to taste as it should, given its style and age.