How to order

You need to be a member of The Wine Society to place an order – find out how to join here.

Once you've joined, then you can use any of these options to order:

  • Online:
    • via our website
  • Telephone: 01438 741177
  • Post: to Freepost RRZZ-RKEE-UUYJ, The Wine Society, Stevenage SG1 2BT
  • In Person at our showroom in Stevenage

Guide for ordering online

Ways to choose your wines:

1 – Quick Order

Quick Order gives you a list of your frequently and recently ordered wines, ready for you to add quickly and easily into your basket.

If you already know what you'd like to order, you can also enter the reference codes, quantities and units (cases or bottles) then click the 'Add all to Basket' button.

2 – Browse the full range

You can browse our range using the Buy Wine and Fine Wine pages.

You can also use Buy Wine menu to browse by region, category and/or bottle price, and the Fine Wine menu to view ranges of special bottles, including anniversary wines and bin ends.

You can refine any of the product listings pages by using the filters located at the side of each page. You can filter by product type, grape variety, alcohol level and vintage.

3 – Web Search

Looking for a specific wine? If you know what you are looking for, simply type the wine name into the keyword search box which you can find at the top of the website. Alternatively, give our friendly Member Services team a call on 01438 741177 and ask about any wine you are looking for.

4 – Wine Selecter

Find your new favourite in a matter of clicks with this handy tool.

5 – Use the Vintage Chart

If you're looking for something special, then the Vintage Chart is a great way to see what we have available from a certain year. Vintages displayed in white can be clicked to view the wines available from our list.

Once you have chosen your wines...

1 - View your basket

You can view your basket at any time. In the basket you can delete or change the quantities of the products as necessary. When you are happy with your order proceed to 'Checkout'.

2 - Select delivery type

On the 'Delivery Options' page, select the delivery option from those available. The Society offers five main choices for delivery/collection of orders placed using the website:

  • Delivery to any UK address
  • Send as a gift to any UK address
  • Collection order from Stevenage Showroom
  • Place wine into Duty-Paid Members' Reserves at Stevenage

3 – For delivery, select delivery address

Your main delivery address will always be displayed as the default address. You can change the delivery instructions if required. You can also select an alternative address from your address book or add a new address.

If you have selected to send your order as a gift you can select any of the addresses in your gift address book or add a new gift address.

4 – Select delivery option

Select a delivery option from those presented to you for the delivery address. Please note that options will vary dependent upon the postcode of the delivery address.

  • Standard delivery
  • FREE name-the-day delivery (available to most parts of the UK)
  • Next day delivery (to most parts of the UK, there is a charge of £6 per order for weekdays or £10 for weekends)
  • Many postcodes inside the M25 are also eligible for evening deliveries at a cost of £5 per order (weekday deliveries only).

5 – Enter your payment details

Check the order amount and enter you payment card details in the normal way. If you have credit available on your account you can choose to use it as either a part or full payment.

6 – Confirm your order

After you have entered your payment details you will be presented with the confirmation page, where you can review all the details of your order. If you are happy to proceed, click on the 'Confirm' button.

If you would like to make amendments to your order at this stage then select the back button until you reach the page where your amendments can be made.

7 – Complete your order

A full summary of your order will now be displayed. You can choose to print this page for your records or continue shopping.

Once your order is ready for dispatch, we will send you an email notification* with details of the consignment number for tracking progress.

*Please note that exclusions apply to some postcodes. View postcodes currently excluded.

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