Many of our customers (generous to a fault) wish to send gifts to friends, relations, employees or 'corporate' customers.
We are happy to deliver on your behalf to the address(es) of your choice. We can provide cards (click here
) or bottle bags (see here
) or include company cards or compliment slips which you can send to us for appropriate despatch as you wish. There is no extra charge for this, but if you are ordering with a view to us enclosing something special, then it is vital
that you inform us by filling in the ""other information"" box of the secure order page. If you have any special requests or want to include details of multiple delivery addresses or need us to ring you please email us here
Even for our standard charges (see here
) delivery is generally overnight in the vast majority of mainland UK - for timings and details on offshore and Scottish northern destinations see the details on our delivery page by clicking here
We regularly undertake deliveries to mainland Europe or even further afield but this is at extra cost - more details here
or you may prefer to email us
for a quote. Gifts containing alcohol sent to countries outside the European Union may incur customs duty in the destination country. As EU members are getting quite numerous thereis an aide-memoire of current members at the bottom of this page. Please also remember that some countries, notably the USA and Canada, will not allow alcohol into the country unless it is going to a nominated importer.
If you have questions please feel free to contact us in any way you choose. Go to the contact page details by clicking here
for their various ways. Although you should note that the 'phone is manned, sorry personned, only during office hours.
If you wish to give company gifts we can provide an on line proof of delivery 'signed for' service should it be required.
We can be as imaginative as you are flexible (or should that be the other way round)?
EUROPEAN UNION MEMBERS
in 2013 are Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, The Netherlands and, last but by no means least, The United Kingdom. In 2013 (July 1st) Croatia is scheduled to become the 28th member of the European Union.
NON EURO MEMBERS
A majority -17- of the 27 EU members use the Euro as a national currency. Those that do not are: Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Hungary, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Sweden, and, last and almost definitely least, The United Kingdom.