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About

What?

Delicious but affordable artisan wines for home delivery. The focus being on small wineries from the lesser known, up-and-coming European wine regions producing hand-crafted, interesting wines at very good prices. You'll find no mass produced, homogenised supermarket wines here, nor the wildly expensive offerings of the world's most famous estates.

The selection

Rather than stocking a bamboozling array of choices, I do just one offer at a time and only when I'm confident that I've found an absolute belter. This means that I can be ultra-selective in my choices and guarantee a consistency of quality that you will struggle to find anywhere else.

Equally importantly, because I buy in bulk direct from the producers (no UK middlemen), and have very low overheads (no bricks and mortar and minimal storage costs), my prices are superb!

How?

Sign up for the email newsletter at the bottom of the page and I'll let you know every time I'm running an offer. This is usually on a fortnightly basis. Each offer runs for 5 days and you can place your orders via the website. 

At the end of the 5 days I ship the required amount of wine to the UK (it comes direct from the producer's cellar, so no concerns about dubious storage conditions). Delivery to you takes 3 - 4 weeks from the close of offer.

This is the only way that you can buy wine from me! In order to keep prices as low as possible, I do not hold stock or have an inventory to choose from.

Minimum purchase is 6 bottles of any given wine. Standard delivery is free for orders of 12 bottles or more, or £5.95 for 6 bottles. See the Delivery and Returns page for more details. 

Who?

The Wine Beagle was set up by Jamie Collins in 2015 on the back of a decade in the London wine trade spent sampling, selling and sourcing wine. He has the WSET Diploma under his belt, and as much as he is never going to turn down a glass of First Growth Claret, his real interest is seeking out emerging talent in the less famous wine producing regions.

Jamie Collins