Welsh Wine

Where to Buy Welsh Wine

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Local Wine Merchants

When on the hunt for Welsh wine, local merchants are by far your best bet. They’ll be able to talk you through the wines and give recommendations on what you are looking for with unparalleled knowledge and passion. Click on each of the merchants below to learn more about them.

Dylanwad, Dolgellau

Dylanwad is a lovely wine merchant located in Dolgellau. With regular events like tastings, courses and food pairings, it’s easy to see why it’s so revered locally.

An excellent menu of small plates accompanies a wide selection of wines, from locally produced in Wales to the even the most exotic international markets.

Gwin Llŷn Wines, Phewlli

Recently awarded Wales’ best beer sellers, the Pwllheli merchant has a fantastic range of wines from Lebanon to the more local Nantelle Valley.



Waitrose carries Glyndwr’s range of White, Red and Sparkling Rosé available individually or by the case.

This includes their Red, White and Sparkling Rose.

Browse Waitrose Welsh Wine
Marks and Spencer

Ancre Hill Estates became the first Welsh wine to be available through the supermarket, with Parva Farm now also available.

However it looks like M&S currently have no Welsh wine available, only English.

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Small producers are increasingly turning to Amazon to help fulfill and distribute their goods to a wider audience.

While vineyards have yet to begin to sell on the marketplace, there is a well established selection of whiskys.

Some of the best spirits are available below, but my favourite by far is the Penderyn Malt Whisky.

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