By using our website or placing an order you agree to be bound by these terms and conditions (“T&Cs”) and the documents referred to within them. We reserve the right to modify these T&Cs at any time or any content on the website.

References to “Hammonds”, “we”, “us” are references to Hammonds of Knutsford Plc, a company registered in England (company registration number 3780024 ), with a registered address as Warford Grange Farm, Pedley House Lane, Great Warford, Knutsford, Cheshire, WA16 7SP and VAT number 157 824 637, and AWRS NO. (XVAW00000101249)

For further information, please contact our customer team on 01565 872 872

If you have any questions about Hammonds products and services please contact us by email telephone or via the website.

In the event you have a complaint please call us on 01565 872 872.



Operation of and changes to the Web Site

We reserve the right to change the format and or content of this website at any time, we also reserve the right to suspend or terminate it at any time without notice.

This Web Site may contain links to other web sites for your convenience ("Linked Sites/hyperlinks"). Those Linked Site are outside of our control and as such we do not accept any responsibility or liability for their content,  products or services or support the accuracy or security of those Linked Sites, of any of their affiliated or linked sites.

We may change these Terms from time to time and any such changes will be published on this Web Site ("New Terms"). It is your responsibility to review these Terms each time you access this Web Site as, and by continuation of browsing, you will be deemed to have accepted them and be bound by any New Terms.



    1. Availability and Vintages in this list are subject to fluctuation and stock remaining unsold.
    2. Hammonds of Knutsford plc (hereinafter referred to as “The Seller”) reserve the right to substitute any later vintage.
    3. All prices are quoted exclusive of VAT; the seller reserves the right to change the prices without notice.
    1. All goods are due for payment on the terms agreed between the seller and the customer.
    2. The seller reserves the right, as its discretion, to recharge discounts and promotional bonuses to those customers exceeding its terms.
    3. The seller also reserves the right to charge interest, at the rate of 15% per annum to any customer exceeding the terms of payment; this is without prejudice to the right of the seller to pursue any such outstanding sum.
    4. The seller reserves the right to demand immediate payment of any account, whether due or not. No further orders will be delivered to any customer whose account exceeds the agreed terms.
    5. The seller reserves the right to levy a charge of £15 for any item, which fails to be met on first presentation by the buyer’s Bank.
    1. Delay in delivery shall not give rise to any liability upon the seller or entitle the buyer to cancel the order whether or not any time or date is given for delivery.
    2. The goods shall be at the buyer’s risk on any movement of goods arranged by the buyer’s carrier.
    3. All claims for short delivery, breakages or damages must be notified by telephone on the day of delivery and confirmed in writing within three days.
    1. The risk of damage to or loss of the products shall pass to you upon the earlier of
      1. delivery of the products to you or
      2. where the products are to be collected by you or a carrier on your behalf when the products are collected
    2. Legal and beneficial title of the products shall remain with us until we have received payment in full of all amounts owing to us by you on any account whatsoever. Until resale you will keep the products separate from goods protected and identified as our property.
    3. Until the title of the products passes to you, the seller has the right if payment has not been received by the due date, as its discretion, to enter the premises to recover possession of any stock to the value of any amount outstanding.
    4. Title in the goods cannot pass to any third party until full payment has been made to the seller.
    5. If a winding up order is made against you, or you go into voluntary liquidation, or receiver is appointed over any of your assets or you make an arrangement of composition with your creditors then:
    6. we will be entitled to treat the contract between you and us as repudiated.
    7. your right to sell the products will automatically cease; and
    8. we will be entitled to enter your premises to remove any products owned by us.
    9. you are entitled to purchase products distributed by us from other suppliers, but, if we try to recover products under section 4c and 4e. We will be entitled to assume that we are the sole supplier of these products unless you tell us otherwise in writing.
    1. The seller accepts no liability in any circumstances for any direct, indirect or consequential loss or damage, howsoever arising, which the buyer sustain in connection with the goods supplied, except as provided in section 5.2 of the Unfair Contract terms Act 1977.
    2. The buyer agrees to indemnify the seller against any claim for loss, injury or damage sustained by a third party arising from the sale of goods to the buyer, howsoever caused.
    1. The seller shall not be liable for failure to fulfil any terms of any transaction governed by these terms if execution of same has been delayed, hindered or prevented by any circumstances whatsoever which are not directly under the control of the seller.
    2. These terms shall be subject to and interpreted in accordance with English law. The placing of any order by the buyer implies acceptance of these terms and conditions. The terms of the seller shall in every case take precedence over any terms of purchase purported to apply by the buyer.