BW host wine tastings for corporate and private events. We also offer home wine tasting evenings for private groups.
National next-working-day delivery to mainland UK and local same-day delivery to certain London W and NW postcodes.
Welcome to Beaconsfield Wine
Beaconsfield Wine begin trading on the 19th June.
Due to the current crisis the new local premises failed to materialise so rather than delay any further I will be running a weekly stall on the forecourt of the Honda Garage, Penn Road, HP9 2PS (opposite Jungs).
Many new wines and new vintages arriving, so please bare with me as I restock and update the list. The new wines will be featured on rotation at the stall and will be added and updated on the website over the coming week or two.
I firmly believe naturally produced wines represent the future of healthy and responsible drinking. Not only are organic, biodynamic and natural wines good for you, they are good for the environment. They form part of a wider, consumer-led movement towards a more eco-friendly food and drinks industry which ultimately means not just a healthier world, but a healthier you.
Currently I list around 170 organic, biodynamic and natural wines from 16 countries. Every wine I list has been carefully selected. I don’t list any wine just because it has been naturally grown, I select the best organic, biodynamic and natural wines in each price category and from a range of importers, which means you get the cream of the crop all in one place.
Everywine’s a winner ®
Many of you will be familiar with organic products as more and more become available in independent stores around the world. The increasing popularity of organic produce is driven by 2 primary things; concern for personal health and a concern for our environment. Awareness is growing about the harm that agri-chemicals wreak, not only on our own minds and bodies but also on the land where the vines are grown, the people that live and work there and the flora and fauna that surround them.
Biodynamics is a practice started by Rudolph Steiner in 1924 and shares the organic movement’s eschewing of all synthetic chemicals. It differs in that it includes even less intervention in the wine making process and a much more holistic approach to the entire farming process, following natural cycles from the biodynamic calendar. Some may think this a bit quirky but the proof, according to most wine experts, is very much in the bottle. Biodynamic wines taste amazing. You don’t need to subscribe to the philosophy, you just need to know that your wine has been made by somebody who really cares about what they do, with painstaking attention to detail and the utmost respect for nature.
And… with no nasty chemicals in your wine you won’t get a hang-over !
We think that’s priceless.