Payments, Shipping & Shopping

We support all major credit cards via Stripe payment gateway. We do not store any of your credit card details.

In Finland and Sweden, we also support Klarna payments: pay now, pay later, slice it -payments.

Generally shipping takes between 2 – 5 working days from order. Orders only confirmed once payment has successfully processed.

Nr. of bottles Italy Finland Sweden France, Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, Germany, Austria All other EU countries
Up to 6 bottles 10€ 20€ 198 SEK 15€ 20€
Up to 12 bottles No additional cost 27€ 277 SEK 23€ 27€
Following boxes of 6 bottles No additional cost 8€ per additional 10kg 79 SEK per additional 10kg 8€ per additional 10kg 8€ per additional 10kg

We ship to most countries in the EU. Prices vary in different markets due to alcohol taxes.

Wine Sheet Specifications

The difference between artisan wine and conventional wine is that the latter is mass produced and chemically manipulated to give a safe and predictable result. The differences of place, soil and of grape variety are secondary because the differences are damaged or destroyed by industrialised grape farming and winemaking techniques in favour of predictability and volume of production. The wines are made using chemical fertilisers, toxic pesticides and mechanical crop thinning in the vineyard and high amounts of additives and preservatives like sulfites are used during vinification. Conventional wine is bland and uninteresting, regardless of where it’s from and regardless of the grape variety from which it is made.

Artisan wine is hand crafted, made by small wineries who produce limited quantities of wine in order to keep a high level of quality. The work is done in a sustainable way respecting the nature. The wines are made using natural fertilisers in the vineyard, the grapes are handpicked, native yeast and a low amounts of additives or none are used during the vinification.

The Artisan wineries which we have selected in our portfolio thus produce fine, natural, organic or biodynamic wine with minimal intervention both in the vineyard and the cellar. Their wines are authentic, they taste of the grapes from which they are made and are an honest expression of their terroir.

An appellation is a legally defined and protected geographical indication used to identify where the grapes for a wine were grown; other types of food often have appellations as well. Restrictions other than geographical boundaries, such as what grapes may be grown, maximum grape yields, alcohol level, and other quality factors, may also apply before an appellation name may legally appear on a wine bottle label. The rules that govern appellations are dependent on the country in which the wine was produced.

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