“Appellation Wines Importers and Merchants of Fine Wines”
Selecting wines which hit above their weight
Have you ever wondered why when you are on holiday in France, you seem to be able to find great local wine but when you return to the UK, you can never lay your hands on the same bottles ? It’s hardly surprising since only a very small...
We stock over 350 wines in a huge range of styles from all over the world, including France, Italy, Spain, California, South Africa, New Zealand, Australia, Argentina and Chile. We host weekly wine tastings in both shops – a great way to...
Craft beers are hugely popular, and we currently stock over 200 lines. From pilsners to porters and IPAs to stouts, we have a bit of everything. We were recently voted the top beer bottle shop in Scotland by the people of Ratebeer, and we pride...
Appellation Wines was opened in Dalry in November 2009 by Ashton, with the underlying philosophy of stocking wines that cannot be found elsewhere. With so many different wines out there, why stock those that can be found everywhere? We champion the smaller producer and the lesser-known wine regions. We don’t sell anything we wouldn’t drink ourselves – and yes, we have high standards!
In January 2013 we opened our second shop, at 63 Comely Bank Road (0131 261 7656). Weekly tastings are held in both shops, alternating between wine, beer and spirit tastings. We also take great pleasure in hosting bespoke corporate and private tastings. If you need some more information, please call either shop on 0131 202 0985 – Dalry, 0131 261 7656 – Comely Bank.
Opening Hours for both shops: (Updated May 2014)
Appellation Wines Dalry Road
43 Dalry Road
Tel: 0131 202 0985
Appellation Wines Comely Bank,
63 Comely Bank Road,
Tel: 0131 261 7656
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We select wines which don’t just express primary flavours such as fruit and spice but also provide secondary and tertiary flavours such as earthiness and minerality Learn More