Why did you set up More Wine?

A desire to present wine in a more engaging, informal way and to do away with the intimidating library of wines that most retailers still present.

What inspired you to set up more wine?

In Southern France and many other areas of wine origin it is possible to ‘fill up’ with youthful yet characterful wine from what I remember looking like a petrol pump.  All manner of vessels were used and there was definitely no stigma attached to buying wine in this fashion.

What is a Wine SNOB?

Someone who is concerned with not only how the wine tastes but with how it has arrived into your glass.  The acronym stands for Sustainable Natural Organic Biodynamic and I am only interested in wines which at the very least show a low-intervention approach to viticulture (grape growing) and vinification (wine making).

Where do you buy your wines?

I buy wines from producers where irrigation has not been used to grow grapes; the use of man-made chemicals is dispensed with entirely or minimised; grapes are most normally hand picked; natural / wild yeasts are used to start fermentation; the use of sulphites to stabilize the wine is minimised.

Why do you consider your products sustainable?

More Wine is most normally sourced in larger formats (5/10/20 litre formats) with associated savings in decreased production and transport costs.  This also results in less waste for the end consumer. More Wine also lists the very best local wines which are available in regular bottle but have only travelled 30 miles or less from their point of origin.

Where can I buy/try More Wine?

More Wine is available in a number of shops, bars, pubs and cafés in Frome, Bath and Bristol. We also have stalls at markets in Frome and Bristol. For a full list of locations please scroll down. Alternatively why not order a delivery from our new online shop and enjoy #MWAH.

What is the minimum order?

Minimum order for a More Wine to be delivered is 2.25ltrs