Stanton Wine Company

+44 01386 852501 39 Kennel Lane Broadway Worcestershire
Stanton Broadway, WR12 7DP
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Stanton Wine Company is an independent Wine Merchant based in the North Cotswold village of Broadway. The company sells wine from its retail shop in Kennel Lane and offers free delivery in Broadway and the surrounding area (Evesham, Chipping Campden, Winchcombe, Stow on the Wold). Nationwide mail order is also available. (Packaging & Delivery charges apply) The company was started by Robert McNulty in 1995. Robert sat his first wine exam while still a student and passed his Diploma in 1991. His real training began in London with John Harvey & Sons (the wine division of Harvey's of Bristol) before working at Fine Wine retailer Andre Simon and independent wine shipper Laytons. Visitors to our shop will also meet WSET trainedJulie Exton. Stanton Wine Company was established to supply customers in Worcestershire and north Gloucestershire. The majority of our business remains with wholesale customers but the steady growth in numbers of private clients led to the opening of the Broadway retail shop in 2001 Read more »

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