The original Oxford Wine Company was founded in 1840 and traded from 125, High Street, Oxford until 1914. The name was revived in the early 1990s by Ted Sandbach, metamorphosing from "The Oxford Hamper Company" through "The Oxford Wine And Hamper Company" and finally "The Oxford Wine Company" in the Spring of 1992.
The company has a large warehouse which is open to the public for case or single bottle purchases. In addition the company operates a thriving wholesale business in the Thames Valley Corridor, although wine can be delivered throughout the UK.
The Oxford Wine Company is one of the largest independent wine retail and wholesale companies in the U.K. with a stunning range of wine from just over £3.00 to over £500 a bottle. Over 1500 wines and spirits are stocked and the company also specialises in vintage Armagnac, as well as listing in excess of 150 Malt Whiskys. The Warehouse, at Standlake near Witney, Oxfordshire, has extensive storage capacity and houses the company’s head office and distribution Read more »