10 of the best wine delivery services in the UK

Berry Bros. & Rudd

Starting out as a coffee shop in 1698, the St. James’s Street stalwart soon diversified its offering, selling tea, snuff, cocoa, and, most importantly, wine. The merchant has been the official wine supplier to the royal family since the reign of King George III. With over 5,000 wines on its books, there’s something to suit all palates. While oozing with history, BBR has a refreshingly modern outlook and a strong digital presence. Its wine offering is regularly updated and rated, and its prices are fair. With an enviable troop of MWs on the team, the website is packed with useful facts and goes into granular detail about the producers it represents.

Its entry-level wines start at £10 – the merchant’s best-selling Good Ordinary Claret costs £10.95 and occasionally features an artist’s label, while there is great value to be had among its fine wine selection via its BBX broking exchange. Among its new fine wine releases are the 2019 vintage of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie’s Provence rosé Miraval, priced at an affordable £19.95, or, for more of a splash out, you could go for a bottle of the 2016 vintage of Boris Johnson and Meghan Markle’s favourite Super Tuscan – Tignanello – for £92.68. Delivery is taking a few days longer than normal at the moment, but should arrive within five working days.

https://www.bbr.com

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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