• Why? How else do I get more than one bottle of Stella from the Payless to the park?

  • Practice drinking more. Or take some tweezers to pick the broken glass out of your liver.

  • Clockwise

    @lae I work 12-6pm for £7.25hr atm so am actually considering putting the idea of doing >7pm-close to go from "just getting by" to "still just getting by". It might be irony for you >but lots of people live within that gap between minimum wage and living wage and have to >balance multiple jobs and stuff to get by, trying to get onto/into something/somewhere >that's got living wage in mind is pretty much a goal atm as it singles them out as an >employer that gives a damn about whoever works for them.>

    £680 is the grand sum I'm living on this month.

  • Hang on, are these bottles strapped under my right man-breast?

  • Just to clarify, it is £35 guaranteed for 5 hrs not 6.

    We are currently running near capacity on our slots - hence hiring more couriers. So there would be the opportunity to earn another £20 on busy nights.

    We have a lot of overlapping shifts due to different opening hours of stores we will be delivering from.

    Also - if a courier is interested in shifts but feels they have such substantial experience to justify an above market rate, we are also interested in talking.

  • Sorry Vince, we're connecting local customers with local independent merchants. Not actually carrying stock ourselves.

    You should check out the many lists of importers available on the web. The more grower champagne the better! (folks- this is as opposed to mass marketed champagnes like Moet that cost little to make, aren't all that good, but that big marketing and big business has made everyone believe to be worth £30+ per bottle).

    Before anyone takes the piss these are family businesses from all over Europe, often run by many generations of the same family. It is Tesco and the biggest retailers you need to aim your scepticism at - they are squeezing as much out of the industry as they possibly can. We are working with the independent merchants to lead the fight back - not exactly vintage bordeaux, but rather good quality wines that are a slight premium to the supermarket.

  • Where can you buy your champagne in the U.K.?

  • There’s some great small producer champagnes available but few make it to 🇬🇧.
    When we pass the region we pop in and see the guy that made the champagne for our wedding. You can see the vines from his front door, he uses the village (Moussy) co-operative press and bottles in the basement of his chalet bungalow. He sells through the front door, one store in eperney and one or two restaurants.

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  • I import to the UK myself and distribute to mainly event & catering companies.

    You can order direct from myself or via 2x London wine shops.

    PM Coming!

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Couriers wanted - reliable and friendly - delivering single wine bottles throughout Central London

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