to The Oxford Wine Company website, first for online wine in Oxfordshire. You can now browse through our wine list from the comfort of your home and order securely online.
We offer free delivery to any customers within a 30 mile radius of our Standlake Warehouse in Oxfordshire. For customers outside this area, a single delivery charge (£10 inc VAT) will apply regardless of the amount ordered. As well as selling wine to our public and trade customers, we organise many wine tastings and other events. Check online for forthcoming events.
Selection of the Month - November
Marcia Waters Master of Wine joined The Oxford Wine Company as Wine Consultant in January 2012. She is currently the Chairman of the Education and Examination Board of the Institute of Masters of Wine and started as buyer for Victoria Wine before becoming Wine Controller at Tesco, Wine Buyer at Rothschild Waddesdon and General Manager at Anglo American Farms UK.
We run a variety of informal and fun wine tasting events throughout the year – please see our Tasting Events page for full details of upcoming tastings and find the diary dates displayed below.
THEO'S THIRSTY THURSDAYS (Monthly Free Tastings) OXFORD WINE, OXFORD SHOP
THEO'S TASTY TUESDAYS (Monthly Tastings)
OXFORD WINE CAFE, SUMMERTOWN
Friday 15th November 2013 4-9pm - The Randolph Hotel, Oxford
THE ANNUAL OXFORD WINE FAIR EVENT SOLD OUT
Tuesday 26th November 6.30pm - The Oxford Wine Café
THE FINE PORTS OF QUINTA DE LA ROSA
Tuesday 3rd December 2013 6.30pm
CHAMPAGNE ROEDERER DINNER TASTING
Thursday 5th December 6.30pm – Oxford Wine, Botley
THEO’S XMAS THIRSTY THURSDAY
Saturday 7th December 3pm-6.30pm – Oxford Wine, Botley
THE OXFORD CHRISTMAS SPIRITS FAIR
Tuesday 10th December 6.30pm – Oxford Wine, Botley
GLENFARCLAS WHISKY MASTERCLASS
Tuesday 10th December 6.30pm
CAFÉ CHRISTMAS TASTING!
Wednesday 12th February 6.30pm
THE CLASSIC WINES OF ARGENTINA
Wednesday 19th March 6.30pm
WORLD CLASS RIESLING – THE WINES OF DR LOOSEN
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THE OXFORD WINE CAFE
The Oxford Wine Company has taken over the former Summertown Wine Cafe site in South Parade, North Oxford following its closure in September last year and opened The Oxford Wine Café.
The Café is run by Louise Ferreira who has extensive experience in the on trade sector as well as good wine knowledge.
As we ship from all over the world we are able to bring wine from source and command competitive prices. As well as a changing range of boutique style wines by the glass, the Cafe also offers a full and varied range of wines by the bottle.
All wines are served in Riedel glassware and regular tasting events take place on the premises presented by Winemakers, Journalists and Masters of Wine (see Tasting Diary). In addition, the company's Theo Sloot also presents informal tastings at which customers are able to comment on new wines which may later form part of the changing by the glass range.
The Café's menu is available between 8.30am and 10.00pm and features a selection of quality dishes and a selection of fine teas and excellent coffee as before. Wi fi is available at the venue.
The Oxford Wine Café, 38 South Parade, Summertown, Oxford OX2 7JN, 01865236959, email@example.com.
Open 8.30-11.00pm Mon-Sat, 10.00-10.00pm Sun
For further information please contact Louise Ferreira on 01865 236959 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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JAZZ AT THE OXFORD WINE CAFÉ
Every Sunday 6.30-9.00pm (free)
Since September we have been featuring the cream of the jazz scene from all over the South of England every Sunday evening in the Café. We present a different style of jazz every week, from gypsy through swing, latin and blues and many more styles besides. About two thirds are vocal acts and standard of the playing is impressively high. The evenings are proving very popular with our customers and there’s a great atmosphere in the back room with people enjoying quality music and wine together – surely a match made in heaven! Come along and see for yourself.
WINNER BEST WINE WHOLESALER OF THE YEAR 2013
The Oxford Wine Company has won the prestigious Best Wine Wholesaler of the Year award at the Harpers Wine & Spirit Awards held at The Honourable Artillery Company HQ in London last night, Monday 20th May.
It is the third year in a row that we have won this highly sought after award and the win reflects the hard work of Trade Sales Director Neil Gladding and his team who have been recognised yet again by top wine trade judges as the best in the independent sector of the wine trade.
Ted Sandbach MD said:“I’m very pleased to have won this award again and would like to congratulate the sales team on all their hard work.”
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Video of the Month - Lee tastes Suri Barbera
Talking Wine with Ted Sandbach - November
Good news for wine traditionalists. Cork may be making a comeback in the form of a screwcap cork where both bottle and cork have a thread enabling the stopper to be opened and resealed without a corkscrew. The makers claim that in all experiments there has been no cork taint, the main argument for using screwcaps to seal wine. We shall see!!
In a recent tasting it was deemed that Californian cool climate Pinot Noir can compete with Premier Cru Burgundy. I have no doubt about this but so can Pinot Noir from Martinborough and Otago in New Zealand and Mornington Peninsular in Australia, as well as some from Oregon and Chile. It’s about time the French were challenged as I can't help feeling that an awful lot of Premier Cru Burgundy is sub standard and overpriced.