Selling your Wine through this
The first thing you need to do is to provide me with a list of the wine you
wish to sell. We then need to agree on what you would like to set as the
reserve price (minimum) of the wine.
I have created a spreadsheet you can use for this purpose, please
contact me if you would like to send your list as
a text file or if you would prefer some other format.
Download the spreadsheet <<
Reserves are confidential, agreed upon in advance of the sale, and
understood as the minimum selling price. My aim is to achieve a fair market
price for your wine. You do not have to agree with the reserve price that I
suggest, however, if it is significantly different then I may ask you to pay
a listing fee (refunded if the wine achieves your reserve) .
Consignors pay a small selling commission that is deducted from the purchase
or hammer price. This charge is deducted only when the wine is sold and
there is no charge for items unsold (unless you have agreed to pay a listing
fee). In addition there is no minimum handling fee and the commission
includes storage, insurance (once in storage) and cataloguing. Please
contact me to discuss the commission rate.
If your wines are suitable for auction and you wish to sell, you will need
to have them delivered to our preferred storage company in Adelaide
(Kennard's). When you deliver your wines you will need to provide a detailed
listing of all your wine. I will inspect the wines at my earliest
opportunity and issue you a receipt.
IMPORTANT: DO NOT SHIP YOUR WINES IN HOT WEATHER AS HEAT EXPOSURE CAN
DAMAGE YOUR WINE
You will receive payment in full within 30 days of the day of the sale.
I take the confidentiality of my clients very seriously. All transactions
are kept strictly confidential. Unless compelled to by law, I will not
disclose any personal or business information to any outside party for any