West Mount Wine

01484 538 399 PO Box 1527
Huddersfield, HD1 9HY
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West Mount Wine was founded by Paul in 2005 to offer a different way of learning about and buying wine. Extensive lectures on soil types, climate variation and vineyard drainage were not for us. Debating what makes a wine taste great by actually tasting it was for us. So that's what we did. Our initial objective was to host and run wine tasting and wine education events for small groups, offering basic knowledge on how to choose and enjoy the best wines possible within your chosen budget. In 2007, we decided to launch a wine merchant to enable our customers to buy a hand chosen selection of wine that we both use in our events and are delighted to promote. You won't often find these wines in the supermarket and we aim to offer them at highly competitive prices to offer you great value, with the bonus of access to our knowledge, great advice and service. We are a small business and our prices relfect our low overheads. We seek to offer some of the most competitive prices on the majority of our range. – Description from AlexJelena

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