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About Nemo Wine Cellars

Nemo Wines is a UK online only wine merchant based in the London suburb of Barnes.

Our primary objective is to bring quality wines to our customers at the best possible prices, and to give you an honest opinion about the wines – not to say they're wonderful when we know they aren't.  One of our honest opinions is that most quality wine sold in the UK is sold considerably before it is ready to drink and therefore we tend to list wines considerably older than most merchants.

Unlike some of our competitors, we also believe that wines should be priced with all sales taxes included.  Note that if you have access to a bonded warehouse, we would be happy to transfer any of our in bond wines to you under bond.  Please ask us for a quote.

When we price our wines, we check the pricing of all the major UK wine retailers and ensure that nobody is offering the same wine in the same condition at a lower price than we are.  If you find a competitor offering a wine at a lower price then please let us know and we will try our hardest to match that price.

Buying wine from Nemo Wine Cellars

Payment

At the moment, in order to keep our prices low, we take payment by bank transfer.  Please feel free to contact us before purchase if you wish to discuss this further.

Delivery lead times

Because some of our wines are stored in government bonded warehouses and some are stored in our own cellars, please pay attention to the delivery notes on each product.

Buying from us in bond

If you wish to buy from us in bond, please contact us on the telephone number above or by email to get a quote as the purchase price of our wines is always quoted UK duty paid and we can provide many wines in bond at lower prices.  Products available in bond are marked as such.

Unique stock

Wines that we do not believe to be available elsewhere in the UK.

1955 Chateau Leoville Las Cases

Price shown per bottle (75cl).

1 remaining. No minimum purchase

Mr Parker gives this 96-97 points and Jancis reckons it much better than the 1961.

1955 is our kind of classic vintage which ages very well and this bottle is in good condition.

All told, we think that this is worth it if you like mature classic claret.

£400

1928 Ludon de Gernan Desbarats

Price shown per bottle (75cl).

6 remaining. No minimum purchase

Ludon is the most southerly part of the Medoc, nowadays primarily known for being the location (if not the official appellation) of Château La Lagune.

1928 is known as the longest lived vintage of the 20th century, so if you’re looking to try some wine which is past its 90th birthday then this is the probably the best vintage to try.

These bottles come from private stock at Chateau Ducru Beaucaillou and are in perfect condition.

£400

1975 Domaine de Chevalier

Price shown per bottle (75cl).

12 remaining. No minimum purchase

Domaine de Chevalier is one of the most reliable properties in the Graves region, and has been so for many years.

1975 was a one of the better years of the 70s and the top wines have lasted well.

Jancis said that this particular wine was a ‘bit of a bruiser’ about 10 years ago, so we’re confident that it’s still alive and kicking.

Labels are a bit bin soiled but that levels are good for their age.

£100

1947 Vouvray Prunier

Price shown per bottle (75cl).

1 remaining. No minimum purchase

Somewhere along the lines, this bottle escaped from the cellar of the famous seafood restaurant in Paris and made its way to us.

1947 was a good year for everything and Vouvray was no exception so there’s no reason to believe that this won’t be drinkable and, if drinkable, to believe that it won’t be very interesting.

If you’re feeling adventurous, do please feel free to buy this before we decide to give it a go ourselves.

£350

Our most recent arrivals

New wines coming into our cellars.

1959 Chambertin Cuvee Heritiers (Latour)

Price shown per bottle (75cl).

1 remaining. No minimum purchase

Excellent vintage, good producer, best long-lasting cru in Burgundy, good levels, good colour: this should be a rare excellent drop of fully mature Burgundy.

£400

1986 Moet & Chandon

Price shown per bottle (75cl).

1 remaining. No minimum purchase

£250

1975 Tokaji Aszu 4 Puttonyos (Tokajhegyalja State Winery)

Price shown per 50cl bottle.

1 remaining. No minimum purchase

Dark brown Tokaji of a communist vintage produced by a state winery.  Who knows?

This stuff ages well and I am told that 1975 was a pretty good vintage so the odds are decent.

£150

1928 Ludon de Gernan Desbarats

Price shown per bottle (75cl).

6 remaining. No minimum purchase

Ludon is the most southerly part of the Medoc, nowadays primarily known for being the location (if not the official appellation) of Château La Lagune.

1928 is known as the longest lived vintage of the 20th century, so if you’re looking to try some wine which is past its 90th birthday then this is the probably the best vintage to try.

These bottles come from private stock at Chateau Ducru Beaucaillou and are in perfect condition.

£400