Welcome to Enoteca Wine Shop. In Italy “Enoteca” means “Wine Shop” and this is what we intend to be – a typical Italian wine shop. But, unlike the Italian version, we also stock wines from around the World, craft gins and local craft beers.

If there is anything that you want, just ask and we might be able to source it for you.


Italian wines are our speciality. Wines from all of the famous regions are stocked (Tuscany, Sicily, Veneto) but what about the sun-soaked reds from Puglia or the delicate whites from Piedmont. All are available at Enoteca.

If you are looking for quality and value for money, look no further than the “De Palma” range of wines shown above. Just ask in store.

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Grape vines have been grown here for centuries but England made a huge impact on the world through trade when Bordeaux was annexed in the 12th Century. The South of England enjoys the same chalky soils as Champagne  regions of France, and the menace of global warming promises a bright future for sparkling wines,  The grapes in the famous bubbly (Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier) already make up half the vines planted in the UK.

The main varietys here are; Chardonnay, Seyval Blanc, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier.


You will not find a greater range of speciality gins in the North-West. All of the “Black Powder” range is available along with gins from around the world. Our stock is changing continually but, at the moment, you find hedgerow gin, big boss gin, bitter truth gin, boe violet gin, gordon’s premium pink, caorun gin and Durham gin. And those are just the ones on the top shelf!

Craft Beers

Are you looking out for something different in your craft beer? Look no further than Enoteca. Most local craft breweries (such as Priest Town) will have their beers stocked at Enoteca and, if you find it difficult to source a beer, just ask. Our contacts may be able to help.

One of our favourite breweries, at the moment, is the Colossus brewery based in Porto, Portugal. This was discovered by accident when trying to source Portugese wines. I’m sure you will agree that this was a happy accident.

On the same visit we discovered the Musa brewery. It looks like Portugal is becoming the new centre for brewing beers.

Also, if you are looking for classic Italian beers then Enoteca is the place to visit.