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The simple and affordable way to create a cellar of fine wine.
Drinking fine wine at its peak is one of life's great pleasures and our Vintage Cellar Plan makes it easy, and affordable, for you to enjoy this experience for years to come.
Choose one or more of the five different plans below and our expert buyers will select the wines for you. Plans range from £35 to £200 a month and wines are allocated every six months.
Outstanding reds from Bordeaux, Burgundy and the Rhône.
Reds from top regions in the new and old world outside of France.
Showstopping fine red wines for £20 per bottle or less.
Classic Bordeaux reds carefully selected by our expert buyers.
Fine whites from the Côte d'Or, Chablis and the Mâconnais.
Experience the joy of drinking fine wines at their peak
Sit back and relax while our experienced, passionate buyers find you exceptional wines from leading producers around the world
Discover new regions, growers and styles and use our detailed tasting notes to learn about the wines and decide when to drink them
There are five unique plans to choose from covering a range of styles and budgets, and paying by monthly subscription helps you spread the cost – plans start from just £35 per month
Our temperature-controlled Members' Reserves provides optimum storage conditions for your wines
Our Vintage Cellar Plans are an easy, affordable way to create something special for the future
- Vintage Cellar Plan Member
Choose from a variety of plans to build a cellar with the types of wine you like. View all plans >
Pay a monthly subscription starting from £35.
Every six months you will receive either 12 or 24 bottles of wine (depending on the plan).
Either take delivery or store your wines in our Members' Reserves. The first year's storage is free of charge for all Vintage Cellar Plan wines!
Enjoy your wines! All come with detailed notes from our buyers and a recommended drinking window to help you decide when to pull the cork.
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