Enjoy 15% off any purchase of 12 wines using discount code: 15%SALE or 10% off any purchase of 6 wines using discount code: 10%SALE. Discounts subject to availability and cannot be used in conjunction with each other.
7:30pm, Wednesday 25th January at South Downs Cellars in Hurstpierpoint. Join us to kick start the new year with this extra special tasting led by our Master of Whisky who will guide you through the world of whisky from Japan to America and all the way back to Scotland!
...join us to enjoy a superb range of wines from this beautiful country and taste the very best of what they have to offer. This tasting is free to our Route du Vin Wine Club members and £10 for non-members and all in attendance will get 10% off any order of six bottles or more of the tasting wines on the night!
We know that sometimes nothing but a good cup of tea will do and that there is nothing quite like the disappointment of a bad tea. So we are delighted to bring you Odditea a range of black, green, herbal, fruit and flowering teas that guarantee every cup is not only good, but outstanding!
We love a party and are here to make yours a success! With sale or return on your wine, the ability to purchase cask ales and polypins, event discounts and free glass hire we have everything you could want to make your night go as smoothly as possible.
With over 30 boutique gins on our shelves we are delighted to be bringing you the very best in artisanal spirits from seasonal limited editions to all year favourites there is always something to inspire and delight your taste buds in store...
Choose from two mouth-wateringly delicious beers in each of our shops and purchase them in reusable glass containers to take away and enjoy in your own home. Our on-tap beers change every fortnight so to find out what’s on draught today and coming up next click Read more below.
Malt Whisky is created when partially fermented malt is dried then mixed with water before being heated to cause a chemical reaction, which allows for the extraction of sugars. These sugars can then be fermented by the addition of yeast to produce alcohol. The resulting liquid, which is basically beer, is then distilled; heated to boil off the water and release alcoholic vapour, then condensed back into liquid. This happens three times and the outcome is far boozier than the pre-distilled liquid. Hooray, we have whisky - almost. Next comes the fun bit.
This liquid can then be altered by barrel ageing...Read More >