Delicious port, wine and liqueurs from some of the world's finest producers.

Vintagemarque is a fantastic site for anyone who loves their port and fine wine.


Encouraging and informative, it offers top brand vintage ports and wines from some of the world’s most renowned family producers and has regular contact with the producers who are happy to answer any questions about their wines. From South African wines to Portugese ports, there are some fantastic producers on this site, including Bouchard Père et Fils, established in 1791, which is one of the oldest Burgundy producers in the Côte d'Or.

Rather than the usual way of choosing a wine by colour and grape etc, Vintagemarque wines are grouped into regions and producers so that visitors to Vintagemarque can learn about the producer and the wider area that each wine comes from. This offers customers a different way of buying wine and encourages them to try something new.


A lot of the wines featured on Vintagemarque are only available on restaurant wine lists and not available to buy elsewhere, other than selected wine shops and Vintagemarque, making the site a great place to track down something you’ve tried in a restaurant and would like to buy for yourself. In most cases, Vintagemarque holds the producers’ entire range and these wines can be supplied immediately out of a stock of over 500,000 bottles held under bond in the UK. All wines are offered at the producer’s recommended retail price with free delivery for orders over £100.


Vintagemarque offers an absolute guarantee of provenance and condition, but is happy to refund or exchange any wines which are found to be in a less than perfect condition. The Fine and Rare Wines section gives customers seeking something unusual access to a fantastic selection of wines, port, madeira, spirits and liqueurs. Meanwhile, it’s worth remembering the gifts and wine accessories section come Christmas or birthdays and do check out the videos in which producers talk viewers through the wines and port from their region.

21st July 2011