Storage (Private Cellar Reserves LLP)
Contact: Laura Taylor T: 01353 977 997 E: email@example.com
Download our Private Cellar Reserves brochure here: (Private Cellar Reserves Brochure)
Whether you are looking to store wines purchased from us or elsewhere (under bond or duty paid), Private Cellar Reserves offers a complete storage solution.
Private Cellar Reserves LLP is a separate, non-trading company set up to provide a storage and insurance service for Private Cellar customers. Wines in the Private Cellar Reserves LLP account are uniquely coded and each case is referenced unambiguously to its owner. Individual stock records are maintained and the wines are stored in the specialist wine storage facility of Vinothèque, managed by London City Bond Limited.
A list of reserves is sent to each customer annually in April, with an invoice for rent and insurance. That invoice shows details of wines, unique rotation numbers, drinking dates and the under bond purchase price. The drinking dates are for guidance and will depend on your personal preference and we do ask you to speak with your salesman for bespoke advice regarding the wines that you own.
For customers wishing to keep all of their wine purchases together, we are happy to store wines purchased elsewhere but must insist on all information being sent to us in advance of delivery/transfer to our account at Vinothèque. Please download our transfer guide, or ask us to send you a copy, before issuing a transfer instruction to another merchant/Bond. Receiving, handling and labelling will be charged to cover administrative and Bond costs for the landing of the stock.
2016/2017 storage charge per case per year (or part year): £10.50 excluding VAT
Landing charge for wines purchased elsewhere: £4.75 per case excluding VAT
Our rental year runs from 1st April to 31st March and charges are rendered annually in arrears, or when the wine is delivered.
Please see our terms and conditions.
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