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Taste the World

Domaine helps wine lovers send and receive wines from all corners of the globe.

About

Import & Export Wine

Wine is a passion that no knows no bounds. As we taste our way through everything it has to offer, our curiosity will naturally take us abroad to France, Italy and beyond. Buying and selling wine internationally isn’t always easy, though. Fortunately, our advisors are well-familiar with the process and can help you make a seamless transaction at any time.

Features

Our Global Reach

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Procurement

Our trained cellar advisors have travelled the world in search of rare and exciting wines. We have access to a wide range of wineries, retailers and auction houses across Europe to help you find the perfect bottle for your collection.

Ocean Freight

We have longstanding relationships with leading cargo partners to ensure your newest wine is kept at perfect conditions during its overseas voyage.

Customs Paperwork

Leave the paperwork to us. Our advisors will help manage taxes, duty and any other administrative work associated with importing or exporting your wine.

Joe Quigle

Logistics Director

“When you book your wine move with Domaine, I’ll get to know you and your collection personally. Every day, I wake up excited to communicate with clients, colleagues, and vendors and successfully pick up and deliver wine across the country.”

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Resources

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