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Terms & Conditions

Terms and Conditions

Offer & Conclusion of Contract

The presentation of the products in the online shop is not a legally binding offer, but an invitation to order. Errors excepted.

Your order is a binding offer to Coppius & Holsten GbR to conclude a sales contract. The receipt of your order will be confirmed to you by email (order confirmation). This order confirmation is not yet an acceptance of your offer. The sales contract is only concluded by an explicit order confirmation or by dispatch of the goods by us.

Please note that your purchase offer is legally binding.

Product availability

We always strive to keep all offered products up to date. To the best of our knowledge, wines displayed as available on the website at the time of your order are actually available. However, as we only ship wines once a week and work with 12 wine importers who also sell to other customers, it may happen that a wine you have purchased is no longer in stock. If this is the case, we will immediately refund the amount for the bottle that is no longer available. This is only not the case if you have selected the “Yes – I trust you” option, in which case we will send you a replacement for the unavailable wine. You will not receive a financial refund, nor will you be charged an extra amount if the replacement bottle costs more than the original bottle you ordered.

Protection of minors

With your order you confirm that you have reached the age of 18.

The customer is obliged to ensure that only he/she or persons of full age authorised by him/her to receive the delivery accept the delivery of goods. Upon delivery, the commissioned logistics service provider is entitled to demand proof of age.

Coppius & Holsten GbR hereby revokes the contract as a precautionary measure in accordance with ยง 109 BGB (German Civil Code), unless orders are placed by persons of legal age. The persons entitled to care for or represent the minor ordering under false information are liable in accordance with the statutory provisions for all damages arising from the orders placed under false information.