Welcome to Winesonline.

To Introduce ourselves we are specialist in our field, experts in buying and selling superb wines. The company initially started by sourcing exclusive Italian wines in large quantities. Being very successful in doing so, a contract was won for one of the largest hotel operator’s in Europe, with numerous other contracts being won along the way.

Growing and developing along the way the business has become a family run affair and passion. Drawing from the different generations not unlike a great cocktail, quality ingredients coming together in a perfect harmony. I have personally been in the trade for more than 30 years, becoming the longest standing licensee in Hull, partnered with my son in-law we bring the experience, passion and knowledge together to offer an un-rivalled service to you our customers, we are here to – Help you find the perfect wine… 

NO FUSS, NO WORRY, ONLY WINE.

Although there are plenty of places where you can buy decent wine we like to go the extra mile to find not only special wines but a special service like no other. You our customers are key, we go that extra mile to ensure you are enjoying your favourite bottle, sat in the garden at the weekend enjoying wine as it should be enjoyed.

Apart from achieving exceptional knowledge of wines over the past many years, the directors have acquired ‘The Nose’, the ability to identify wines of exceptional quality. Bringing with this bulk buying power, you can be safe in the knowledge you’re getting a good deal.

WineOnline launched in November 2014 offering exceptional wines and champagnes at the best possible price to the general public for the first time. What better place to make a splash in the national wine glass than Hull.

In 1279 Hull was granted the right to hold a market and a fair. (A fair was like a market but was held only once a year and lasted for several days). People would come from all over Northeast England to buy and sell at one.

In 1293 the King acquired Hull. It was renamed Kingston (kings town) on Hull. The king wanted a port in Northeast England through which he could supply his army when fighting the Scots. The king set about enlarging Hull. He gave Hull the right to hold 2 weekly markets and an annual fair lasting for 30 days. The king also established a mint in Hull about 1300. The same year he built an exchange where merchants could buy and sell goods.

The main export from Medieval Hull was wool. Much of it was exported to towns in what are now Holland and Belgium, where it was woven and dyed. Some salt was also exported as well as grain and hides. But most importantly (to us) The chief import into Hull was wine (the drink of the upper classes).”

The dream for WineOnline is to return this trade to Hull.