Copyright and other rights
The copyright for all purposes in all label designs created by us vests in Wines Select unless arrangements are made to the contrary. We will obtain and hold where possible all necessary rights in respect of copyright material commissioned for your wine or Champagne labels. If you so request and provided that all obligations arising from the contract have been met we will assign in writing such copyright to you on completion of the contract.
Protection of ideas and concepts
You acknowledge and agree that any identifiable and original idea or design presented by us in relation to your wine or Champagne labels, invented or developed by ourselves, shall be acknowledged as being available only for such promotion or campaign and shall not be used for any other purposes whatsoever without our express prior agreement given in writing. Even where no promotion or campaign is agreed, the ideas and designs presented to you shall remain strictly confidential and shall not be used in any way, including communicating to any third party, without our express prior written consent.
All prices exclude VAT.
For new customers, payment in full will be required prior to despatch. For existing customers we offer 30 days payment terms subject to completion of a credit account application. We accept payment by cheque or bank transfer. Please note that we do not accept credit or debit cards.
We reserve the right to charge interest from the invoice date at a rate of 2% per annum over the Bank base rate on amounts outstanding after 30 days.
Our prices exclude the cost of delivery. We deliver within mainland UK and can deliver to multiple addresses if required. Please request a quote for deliveries to Eire, Northern Ireland, Scottish Highlands and Islands.
Please note that you must be over 18 years of age to purchase gifts containing alcohol or if receiving a delivery.
We are not responsible for any delay in, or failure of, performance of our obligations under these Terms and Conditions arising from any event which is outside of our control (for example, an act of God, governmental act, war, fire, adverse weather conditions including snow, flood or storm, explosion or civil commotion, failure of a third party (other than our sub-contractors) or in information technology or telecommunications services, or industrial action).
In the event of a significant delay or failure, we will contact you and take reasonable steps to minimise the effect of the delay or failure. If you are unhappy with a delay which affects your order, you may cancel the order and receive a refund for any products you have paid for but not received by contacting us. If you subsequently receive your order after cancelling it and getting a refund, you must let us know and allow us to collect the products you have received.
We will not be liable to you or to any third party for any loss, damage or costs which arise as a result of your failure to comply with the recommendations set out in the “Important storage and transportation information” section below.
Important storage and transportation information
A case of wine or Champagne is heavy so please take care lifting it. If you are concerned about the weight we advise that you transfer the bottles 1 or 2 at a time.
Sparkling wines and Champagne can be volatile due to the pressure of the gases inside. Take extra care when opening these pointing the cork away from you and other people.
The correct storage of wine, sparkling wine and Champagne is extremely important particularly where corporate labels have been affixed. Where possible, you should store bottles inside at room temperature away from heat and direct sunlight.
We will use your information for the purposes of processing your order. We will never share your details with any third parties other than our delivery partners for the purpose of delivering your order.
Nothing in these Terms operates to exclude or limit our liability for any death or personal injury caused by our negligence. These Terms and any orders placed by you under them are governed by English law and the English courts shall have exclusive jurisdiction to determine any dispute arising between us in relation to them.