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Fine Wine & Spirits Boutique

Onshore Cellars is a fine wine & spirits boutique. We specialise in the supply of wines and spirits to yachts and their owners around the world. We deliver the same yacht level of service to all our clients, as service for us comes first.

Established in August 2015 & located in the heart of the French Riviera, we are stocked with a vast selection of wines from around the world. From everyday drinking to museum piece wines.

Additionally, we have an award winning selection of wines and spirits online, ready to ship direct to your home or yacht, worldwide.

Drink fads are a thing - the last 5 years have seen craft gins produced from just about every botanical imaginable; non-alcoholic premium spirits like Seedlip dominate sales; ready-to-drink Port and tonic in a can; a rum revival and even blue wine. This summer, it was all about sipping tequila, which looks like a craze that is set to stay.
The European grape harvest begins in the south in mid to late August, working its way north with teams of pickers from around the world slowly following the sun to ensure fruit is picked at optimum ripeness for the style of wine being produced. It is a tense time of year, with weather having a huge impact on both harvest dates and quality.
Choosing wine for your charter is an important part of planning any trip. Yet with such a wealth of memorable and collectible bottles to choose from, it can seem hard to know where to start. So what is it that makes some wine better than others? Quality, yes. Winemaking, terroir, vintage, of course. But does this explain why some regions are firmly at centre stage when it comes to fine and iconic wines? Bordeaux, Burgundy and Champagne have long been regions to look to for special bottles and superstar wineries. Was this by chance?