You Spoke, We Listened.

Customer feedback means a lot to us. It helps us know what we’ve done well and what you like, or what you think we could do better. We want to bring you the best wine experience we can, so your opinion matters.

Last October we made a huge change to the way you buy wine from us. For the first time in our history, we completely dropped our minimum purchase. No need to buy six bottles, if you just want one, you can.

Of course, we’re still a specialist case merchant, so you still get the best deals when you buy six bottles or more. To underscore the point, we also introduced a minimum 10% discount for bottles not on promotion when purchased as part of a case of 6 or more.

It was great to hear that you liked the changes, too. So when we heard that our customers thought we could do better on our single-bottle price, we sent the number-crunchers off to look at it.

The result? We’ve dropped the single-bottle price on many of our wines so that they’re even better value for you.

Like Canard Duchene Champange – £22.21 single bottle price, or £19.99 when you buy it as part of a mixed case.

Mud House Sauvignon Blanc is now only £8.69, and you save £2 when you buy it as part of a mixed case (£6.69).

Now that’s a reason to celebrate.


On top off all that, our chief wine buyer Matt Pym has managed to secure a one-off parcel of fantastic New World wines you simply can’t miss.  Starting at £3.49 every wine in the parcel is a remarkable 50% off the RRP, if not more.


Highlights include Lindeman’s Sydney Cove Shiraz Cabernet and Beringer Classics Pinot Grigio, amongst a treasure chest of gems from Australia, California and South Africa.

Each Majestic store has different wines available from the parcel, with most wines only available in very limited quantities.  Enter your postcode online here and be the first to find the best offers in your local store.

You can check out our top February offers online here – or you can visit us in your local store!

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