Father’s day 16th june 2024

Father’s day is tomorrow! do you need some help? with your gift idea? We can make up any thing that you think your DAD might like! our ale wrapped gift sets are a great price only £11.50 (these are from our selected 5 for £10.50 ales)

Opening hours change 2024

During the quiet period until march we will be making some slight changed to our opening hours.


mondays 10am-7pm

sundays 11am-6pm


mondays 11am-6.30pm

sundays 11am-6pm



Wine tasting event march 9th 2024

Due to demand we have launched one of our famous WI hall wine tasting events on 9th march 2024.

TICKETS £15 each.

These are sure to go quickly.

Join Aimee and make your way through 12 wines, join in and learn a little about the wines and tasting of wines.

Holiday memories

As we come back from our summer holidays and get back into our routines. It would be really nice to look back at some pictures and videos sipping on a drink from that great destination.
apparently these are the top places to visit in 2023
Dubai, UAE
Bali, Indonesia
London, UK
Rome, Italy
Paris, France
Cancun, Mexico
Crete, Greece
Marrakech, Morocco

Ok so some of these destinations are tricky, so here’s the ones we might be able to source.

London, UK – Nothing like going to the capital and being a tourist. Our London drink of choice a good London dry gin.
Why not if you havent tried Backwell’s own Gin £34.99

‘The term “London dry” does not refer to any particular place – London dry gins can be made in any country. The term “London dry” actually refers to a method of distilling gin.’


Rome, Italy – Lazio is a region in central Italy, and home to the ancient capital city of Rome. The region’s reputation is mainly based on its white wines, the mainstay grape varieties being Trebbiano, Malvasia di Candia and Malvasia Puntinata.

A fresh and bright white with citrus and green apple characters and crisp acidity. £7.99


Paris, France – The most romantic city in the world, Paris is a global center for art, fashion, gastronomy, and culture. So the closest wine region to Paris is Champagne.

Our best seller at only £23.99. This is a stylish dry wine, offering ripe fruit and a biscuity finish

Cancun, Mexico – Cancun is known for having one of the best places in the world for parasailing and jet skiing. With great beaches to relax and unwind.

his 38% alcohol tequila is aged to perfection, resulting in a smooth, smoky flavour with hints of wood, citrus, leather and tobacco £22.99 a great all rounder

Crete, Greece – Old towns, traditional villages and the Mediterranean Sea! We have some great Greek wines, and this fab Retsina as it should be!

The nose has herbal notes of rosemary and thyme. On the palate the characteristic pine flavours come through, yet they work with the Savatiano base to retain fresh, lemon citrus flavours. A complex wine with balancing acidity. £8.50

Happy reminiscing.


Aimee’s special offer

My special offer wine deal for the next few weeks, until stocks lasts. Only £7.50!


Lebanese Red wines on trend

Our love affair with eastern Mediterranean grapes is growing.

Domaine Des Tourelles Vieilles Vignes Cinsault, Lebanon, 2017 £13.99Winemaking in the Lebanon has an ancient heritage – one of the world’s oldest. But its modern-day style owes much to the French, who were the colonial masters here in the early 20th century. You can see their influence in another of the country’s biggest names, Domaine des Tourelles, founded in the Bekaa Valley, Lebanon’s wine heartland, by François-Eugène Brun in 1868, and where the winemaker today, Faouzi Issa, learned his trade working at top French estates René Rostaing, in the northern Rhône, and Château Margaux in Bordeaux. The Tourelles range takes influences from both those regions, but conjures something very distinctive in the wine it makes from French grape variety cinsault, with its fresh cherry fruit and flavours of cinnamon and chocolate-raisin.

Musar Jeune Red, Lebanon, 2016 £16.99 The most famous vinous name in Lebanon – and the estate that did most to keep Lebanese wine alive during the civil war – is Château Musar. The company’s original charismatic driving force, Serge Hochar, died in 2014 – although all of the currently available vintages of the family’s top, eponymous estate, cabernet sauvignon-carignan-cinsault red blend predate his passing. Like top gran reserva Rioja (which in many ways Musar resembles, although it also has much in common with top Rhône and Bordeaux) these are wines that are mature on release but also age beautifully. I haven’t tasted it for a while, but I’d be tempted by the 2002 on offer for £30 at Roberson. I’d be happy, too, with the more upfront fruit and freshness of the Jeune Red wine by Hochar’s family from younger vines


Chateau Musar Hochar Père et Fils Red, , Bekaa Valley, Lebanon 2019 £21.99 Hochar Père et Fils Red has often been described as the ‘second’ wine of Chateau Musar, as it does bear some resemblance to the ‘Grand Vin’ but the comparison stops there.Rich, spicy and aromatic, this robust red hails from a single Bekaa Valley vineyard planted with Cinsault, Cabernet Sauvignon, Carignan and Grenache over 40 years ago. Five years in the making, with 9 months in French oak barrels, it’s full of smooth bramble fruit flavours, with hints of figs, dates and cedary spice.


Last calls for special spirits, liqueurs and such. 18th Dec

This Sunday 18th, please last calls for special spirits, liqueurs and such. For delivery instores #christmas2022 week. #45rodneyroad #65stokehill #christmasorders #christmas2022
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Or Web enquiry


Holiday Memories Wine’s that take us back

Finally, after a long couple of years battling to get away with the Corona virus pandemic. Yes at last a holiday!

Most of us when we go abroad, we look to relax with a glass of wine, however when we get back those holiday memories don’t need to become a distant memory, here’s a selection I have handpicked so you can take a trip down holiday lane at home.


GPG Garganega Pinot Grigio, DOC Garda £6.99

Produced from Garganega grapes grown in the Garda DOC region between Lake Garda and Vicenza, with the addition of 15% Pinot Grigio. Gentle pressing, fermentation at 16 to 18C with selected yeasts, bottling after 3 months on fine lees.

Tasting notes – Lightly aromatic with green apple and citrus characters. A zesty, easy to drink dry white wine with crisp, lightly honeyed fruit on the finish.

Food match – Highly versatile, ideal as an aperitif or with seafood, grilled fish, salads and cold white meats.

Lieux Perdus Pinot Noir Rosé, Pays d’Oc  £9.50


Lieux Perdus translates to ‘Lost Places’…we wanted this wine to express escapism and a feeling of being free-spirited. We commissioned an artist, Timothy Birch, to create the artwork that was able to capture this, and our in-house design team turned it into a label. Grapes are sourced from vineyards near the famous “Bassin de Thau” and the village of Pezenas. This delicate rosé is made using the classic rosé de presse method combined with the expertise of white wine vinifcation; Pinot Noir grapes are gently pressed to extract the colour without tannin and cool vinified to capture all the delicate aromatics and flavours. To maintain freshness the wine is then bottled under screwcap.

Tasting notes – Light, dry, pretty pink; strawberries aromas lead to a palate packed full of creamy red fruit flavours balanced with a bright, blackurrant finish.

Food match- Pair with fresh seafood and light salads, preferably enjoyed sitting under an umbrella in the sun, overlooking the Mediterranean. Even the label screams beach holiday!

Ingeno Organic Nero d’Avola £9.50

Producer Summary – Intelligent winemaking inspired by nature to produce expressive, organic wines from Sicily.

Long Tasting Note – This organic Nero d Avola has a vibrant ruby hue with enticing aromas of blueberry and black cherry. The wine is beautifully integrated and concentrated with forest fruits and spiced plum on the palate and a long, warming finish. Ideal on its own or with chargrilled meats and rich pasta dishes.

Tuna Club Verdejo Sauvignon Blanc £8.50

Producer Summary – Inspired by the illustrious Tuna Club of Catalina Island, Tuna Club Verdejo-Sauvignon Blanc from Castilla la Mancha is a zesty and crisp white wine and a perfect accompaniment for fish and seafood dishes.

Long Tasting Note – Pale lemon in colour with fresh aromas of melon and citrus. Refreshing and crisp with flecks of pear and a light minerality on the palate which gives this wine a clean and bright texture and a long, juicy finish.

Papagiannakos Savatiano 2020 £13.99

Tasting notes – Fresh fennel and floral aromas leading onto a broad peachy palate with lemon and herbal characters. The wine is textural with a crisp, citrus-tinged, yet balanced finish.

Food match – Drink with fish, seafood and grilled white meats.


Speaking from personal experience from my trip to Lesvos i can say that my local Greek wine experiences were almost 100% delicious. Such aromatic, zesty fresh wines. And very easy drinking.

Not so sure the place I am going to next will have their own wines. Might be a bit too cold.


Passing of Queen Elizabeth II

Our deepest condolences on the passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. Our thoughts are very much with the Royal family at this time.

Current job positions at Aimee’s

Backwell store >>>>

Part time, monday, tuesday and wednesday evenings. with optional sundays.


Stoke Bishop store >>>>>

Full time management hours and pay negotiable


Please email CV to aimeeswinehouse@yahoo.co.uk