10 of the best wine delivery services in the UK

Corney & Barrow

Last but by no means least we have Corney & Barrow, which represents one of the most lusted after wines on the planet – Domaine de la Romanée-Conti. One of the oldest independent wine merchants in Britain, C&B was founded in 1780. Like Berry Bros, it wears its history lightly and has adapted to the modern era with an impressive online offering where you’ll find the vast majority of its range for sale. Among the producers Corney & Barrow exclusively represents are Salon in Champagne, Dominio de Pingus in Spain and Burgundy’s Domaine Leflaive.

If you’re in the mood for something sweet, a half bottle of Château Doisy Daene Sauternes 2016 is going for £13.43, while a bottle of JJ Prum Kabinett Riesling 2016 will cost you £17.87. In its current ‘last chance to buy’ selection is Bruno Giacosa Barbera d’Alba 2016 for £23 a bottle, and Au Bon Climat Hildegard White 2015 for £28.70.

Compiled by its army of experts, its mixed cases group together wines by grape variety, from Sauvignon Blanc to Pinot Noir, while its ‘staff picks’ case for £140 includes a Provence rosé, Picpoul de Pinet, dry Furmint and a Côte du Rhône. Deliveries are free on orders over £100, with next day delivery in London, while addresses in the rest of the UK will receive their wines within a week.


One Response to “10 of the best wine delivery services in the UK”

  1. Pity you didn’t mention Stone Vine and Sun who have a great portfolio, and have been delivering to their loyal customers for longer than several of those on your list

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