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About Nemo Wine Cellars

Nemo Wines is a UK online 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 check the product details to see whether we can transfer the wine in bond and, if so, ask us for a quote.

If you have any questions, please email us at info@nemowine.com or call us on 020 8191 9671 (+44 20 8191 9671 if you're calling from abroad).

Wines of the week

A selection of single bottles that can be delivered in time for Christmas.

2009 Donna Olimpia Millepassi Bolgheri

We sampled a lovely, if a little younger, bottle in Bologna recently and were rather impressed with it.  The 2009 is great drinking now and will continue to improve.

£65

1996 Chateau Nairac

This is mature and classic Sauternes.

We rate this as just as good as the 1997, which is twice the price but it’s up to you.

£50

1940s Antonio de la Riva Viejisimo Oloroso

Price shown per half bottle (37.5cl).

4 remaining. No minimum purchase

These grapes were probably grown in the 19th century since the bottles are from the 40s and the wine inside was at least 40 years old when it was bottled.

The Oloroso should be very sound still and we’ve got some Cortado too.

£95

1986 Moet & Chandon

Price shown per bottle (75cl).

1 remaining. No minimum purchase

£250

Buying wine from Nemo Wine Cellars

Payment

We take payment by debit and credit card or by bank transfer.

If you are looking for delivery outside the UK, you may pay us by credit card or bank transfer too but we can't take an online payment because we need to get delivery quotes to get a final price.   Please place your order as if paying by bank transfer and we'll contact you with a delivery quote.  Or just get in touch directly by mail or telephone.

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.

Some of our more recent arrivals

New wines coming into our cellars.

2009 Donna Olimpia Millepassi Bolgheri

We sampled a lovely, if a little younger, bottle in Bologna recently and were rather impressed with it.  The 2009 is great drinking now and will continue to improve.

£65

1989 Steinweiler Kloster Liebfrauenberg Beerenauslese

Mature German Beerenauslese from the beloved lady nunnery.

£50

1985 Chateau d'Angludet

Exactly our cup of tea: classic old-school Bordeaux from an excellent vintage, aged to “English standards” (by which we mean, the French and Americans would think that this was tiring but we think it’s just reached full maturity).

We’ve already taken a case of this for home drinking so if you want some, do buy it before we finish the first case…

£75

1998 Chateau d'Angludet

Angludet is one of our favourite value-end classic Bordeaux chateaux and resonates in our family as many of the 1970s vintages were picked by uncles and aunts.  The 1998 is in its peak at the moment.

£55