Conditions + Terms and Conditions
1. Pricing and Availability
All prices are in Swiss francs, including 7.7% VAT. We reserve the right to make changes to prices, vintages and availability, as well as to correct obvious errors and typos.
2. Delivery and collection conditions
Shipping costs are free from CHF 250.- , below that we charge CHF 12.-
Delivery usually takes place within 3-6 working days of receipt of the order. By courier (Vinolog or post) or personally through MeinWein by arrangement.
Pick-up at Grüngasse 10, 8004 is usually ready for collection after 2-4 working days. Please note the opening times and pick up your order within seven days.
3. Value discounts
MeinWein offers 5% for online orders from 24 bottles. This discount does not apply to promotions, rarities and sales.
You have the following payment options in the online shop:
• On Bill
You can pay for your purchase conveniently and easily via invoice. You will receive the invoice and delivery separately. This option is available to returning customers. First orders cannot therefore be made on account.
Cash discounts are not accepted. The goods remain the property of MeinWein Pascal Rogel until the invoice has been paid in full.
5. Exchange/defective wines
Please check the goods immediately upon receipt; After five working days, the delivery is considered approved. Defective wines or tap wines will be replaced for 18 months from the delivery date. The bottle must be 2/3 full and have the original stopper. There is no right of return for rare wines.
6. Protection of minors
According to legal regulations, alcoholic beverages may not be sold to young people under the age of 16, and spirits may not be sold to minors under the age of 18. By ordering from MeinWein, you accept these terms and conditions and confirm that you are entitled to purchase.
7. Place of jurisdiction
Our business activities are based on Swiss law. The place of jurisdiction is Zurich.
These Terms and Conditions supersede all previous editions and are subject to change at any time without notice.
Zurich, October 1, 2020