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Selling your wine

Our wine broking exchange, OSX, is the world’s most exclusive and extensive fine wine marketplace for ex-yacht wines and private cellars. It is a unique trading platform, which gives access to bottles and vintages of wines at a more affordable price. 

All wines must be duty and tax paid, and you must be able supply details on the history of each wine, including duration and storage conditions of the time spent on board the vessel.

Use our brokering service to sell your wines.

Alternatively you can opt to use our cellar in Antibes to store your wines for future drinking.

How it works:

List your wine through Onshore Cellars website, and we will also advertise these through our network of trade contacts.We will store your wines at our cellar in Antibes, so they are ready for shipment or inspection from a potential buyer. This will also limit any further damage done to the wines by being stored on board.Set your price, we will offer guidance on what we believe to be a fair market price, however ultimately you have control of what price you list your wines for.Once sold we will ship your wines and send you your money.

What we will need from you:

A valid VAT invoice to prove VAT and duty has been paid on the wines

A history of the storage of the wines on board

How much will this cost?

We take a 10% commission on all sales.

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