WHY DO OUR ANGELS INVEST £20 A MONTH?
By investing £20 a month into their Naked Wine piggy banks, our Angels get better wines for less money, and still get the winemaker a great deal:
There are NO tie-ins or membership fees. Angels can spend the money in their piggy bank on any of our wines, whenever they want - or get it back if they change their mind.
OVER 100 WINEMAKERS -
OVER 280 WINES
We fund talented winemakers and give them the freedom to make wines the way they want to. Like Rod Easthope, former Chief Winemaker at Craggy Range, one of New Zealand's most iconic wineries. Rod downed tools to go it alone and make wine exclusively for Angels.
HOW DOES £20 A MONTH MAKE THE WINE TASTE BETTER, AND COST LESS?
Angels get the best deal on Naked Wines
…their monthly £20 deposit gets them access to exclusive wines at up to 33% discount
Because we invest the £20 directly into the winemaker, they don't need to spend money on sales & marketing. Meaning the juice costs less to you.
Because our growers know that their fruit has been sold upfront, they harvest at the perfect time for ripeness.
Because we buy barrels, bottles, corks and labels for tens of thousands of cases we get economies of scale that small winemakers don't
We squeeze less juice from the grape so that we get all the fruit and less of the bitter dregs that make cheap wines taste cheap.
We can give nature the time she needs to turn the grape juice into delicious wines, rather than hurry the process with artifical enzymes.
Because we deliver directly to you, you don't pay for middlemen.
AND WHAT DO OUR CUSTOMERS THINK?
"I love your site. I love what you do, how you present it, and that I get really good wine for great value. I love that there is a simple way for me to track my tastes and educate myself about wine while supporting both your business and the wine growers - it seems to be a win win win."
Marc Ingram, Angel
"Drinking good wine is enough pleasure in itself, but having a sense of relationship with the winemakers, that is beyond the purely commercial, adds something else to the experience."
Peter Batty, Angel
"I rarely buy wine from supermarkets now unless an emergency arises, mainly because I can't be sure that I'm not buying a mass produced product from a faceless producer."