What happened to the wine society?

How many members does the Wine Society have?

Join over 170,000 members and get access to over 1,400 selected wines from around the world, at every day low prices throughout the year because we’re a not-for-profit organisation.

What is a wine society share worth?

** A share in The Society costs £40 made up of its nominal value £20 and a Share Premium of £20, which is not returnable. … The subscription value (currently £40) can then be repaid.

Is the wine society good value?

Excellent value.

Great wine selection, great prices and free delivery with certain orders. The members’ reviews are helpful too.

Who is Peter Fogarty?

Peter Fogarty, who owns the likes of Lakes Folly, Deep Woods, Millbrook and Dalwhinnie Wines, said The Wine Collective was a serious independent player, which the industry greatly needed.

Is the wine Society a cooperative?

Description: The Wine Society is the world’s oldest co-operative wine club and is entirely owned by its members, each of whom owns one share. A co-operative with over 90,000 active members, The Society buys direct from suppliers, shipping wine from all over the world to Stevenage.

Does the wine society have an app?

Find your wine group today!

Connect with wineries directly. Track and share your tasting notes. Build your community.

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Where is the wine society based?

The Wine Society

Type Online co-operative wine retailer
Founded 1874
Headquarters Gunnels Wood Road, Stevenage, Hertfordshire SG1 2BT United Kingdom
Website thewinesociety.com

Do you have to pay to join the Wine Society?

This is a lifetime share in The Wine Society. We’ll even give you £20 towards your first order to help you get started. There is no annual subscription fee for membership, nor is there any pressure to purchase from us.