FREE NATIONWIDE DELIVERY FOR ORDERS OF €150+
Delivery is free on all orders over €150, anywhere in Ireland. For smaller orders our standard delivery charge is only €8.95 per delivery address.
10% OFF 12 BOTTLES OF WINE OR MORE - EXCLUDES SPIRITS
Automatically avail of 10% off when you buy 12 bottles are more. This excludes products that are already discounted or subject to no further discount.
FROM CLICKS TO BRICKS: BUY ONLINE, PICK UP At OUR WAREHOUSE OR SHOP
You've been asking for it, so here it is. You can now buy online and pick up at our warehouse or in-store. Will save you a tenner on smaller purchases (less than €150).
NEXT WORKING DAY DELIVERY
Delivery is usually the next working day (Mon - Fri), if ordered before 1pm, but may take up to 72 hours
Orin Swift features a portfolio of wines that appeal to a variety of senses. The brand is known as much for its creative and evocative expression of art on the front of the bottle as it is the bold, yet finessed styling within the bottle. These quirky labels helped propel Orin Swift to cult status in the U.S. and they are as important to the Orin Swift narrative as the wine inside the bottle.
The history of Orin Swift Cellars dates back to 1995 when on a lark, David Swift Phinney took a friend up on an offer and went to Florence, Italy to spend a semester “studying”. During that time, he was introduced to wine, how it was made, and got hooked. A few more years of university led to graduation and eventually a job at Robert Mondavi Winery in 1997 as a temporary harvest worker. Deciding that if he was going to work this hard, it would eventually have to be for himself, he founded Orin Swift Cellars in 1998; Orin is his father’s middle name and Swift is his mother’s maiden name. With two tons of zinfandel and not much else, he spent the next decade making wine for others as well as himself and grew the brand to what it is today.
“There’s a soul to this business.. that soul isn’t just from the people who make wine, it’s from everyone who loves wines that make them feel something.”—Dave Phinney