9.00am 'til 5.00pm

 We have short break for lunch on Monday

12.30 - 1.00pm

We can organise for collections from our shop 

Telephone: 01953 425995


Reno Wine Refills

  • Customers select an empty Reno Wine bottle (£2.00) and then choose one of our barrel tap wines to fill the bottle (starting from £6.95).
  • When the bottle is empty rinse it out a couple of times with clean water and allow to dry just like your washing up.
  • Bring the bottle back to the shop for a refill of any wine from the current list and only pay for the wine - saving you £2.00 by reusing the bottle.

We prefer the bottles to come back nice and clean ready for a refill but if it's been a while and you'd prefer a fresh bottle we can pop your empty back through our cleaning system for use another time.

Bottles filled for large events such as weddings are all prepared using clean sterilised glassware.

Current Wines Available for Refill...come and try a sample.

White Wines

1. Colombard

2. Viognier

3. Garganega

4. Grenache Blanc

Red Wines

1. Merlot / Corvina

2. Grenache Noir

3. Pinot Noir

4. Monastrell

5. Côtes du Rhône


1. Rosé Gard

Each wine in the list is usually in stock for 8 - 12 weeks before more wines arrive from another of our suppliers. Depending on the vineyard, and country of origin, it takes about 2 - 3 weeks for our wines to be shipped here so we're nornally planning well in advance to keep the taps flowing.



At Reno Wine we’re big fans of recycling programmes. Recovering and recycling glass reduces the demand for quarried raw materials, preserving about 1.2 tonnes of raw materials for every tonne of recycled glass used. Recycling also reduces the amount and cost of waste glass going to landfill where it might remain indefinitely. However, although glass can be recycled again and again glass bottles typically contain only about 80-85% recycled content, the remainder derived from virgin materials. In addition, creating new glassware from recycled glass and raw materials has associated energy use and pollution issues.


“There is more green glass collected than can be used by the UK" WRAP (Waste & Resources Action Programme) 2007. ‘Glass Market Development Assessments for the English Regions and the Nations’.


It makes sense to Reuse glass bottles


Returning bottles and receiving the deposit in return used to be common practice in the UK. Nowadays consumer preference has turned to the convenience of non-returnable bottles with milk bottles being one of the few types of glass packaging still reused (an average of 12 times). Reno Wine is keen to reuse bottles where possible by refilling locally, giving consumers a choice that can benefit the environment and offer an economic advantage. We aim to provide a convenient system of Reuse which can become common practice in the UK, just like recycling.

Reuse is the simplest form of recycling with fewer processing stages, less energy costs, and no new material required.