Dedicated personal approach from a family with over 200 years experience in the wine industry.

Welcome to our new website, we are an independent family specialist wine merchants supplying wines, spirits, beers & soft drinks to the licensed trade in Kent with over two centuries of experience behind us.

Wine

Wine is our passion and has been the core of our business for over 200 years. We import hand selected wines directly from growers and producers as well as being an invited member of the Society of Vintners who collectively own exclusive wine brands from Europe and the New World.

Beer & Cider

Our portfolio of kegged beers, bottled beers, cask ales and ciders offer a comprehensive range of premium, continental and regional products. Our brands are fully supported with branded glasses, point of sale and full technical support on all draught installations.

Spirits

Our ever growing range of spirits and liqueurs provide pubs, restaurants and specialist cocktail bars with a diverse range of big brands, premium spirits and regional craft products. We also offer training nights, serving suggestions and menu designs to assist you.

Soft & Minerals

To match the growing demand of consumers we stock a comprehensive range of adult soft drinks, fruit juices, mixers, waters and well know brands.

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We Love Our Kentish Products!

We have such a rich selection of producers in Kent, from local ale producers to wine makers and spirit distillers. Read on to view our Kentish Produce brochure, all products are listed on this website so take a look!

Wave Alcohol Good-bye Keep January Dry

Don't let January leave you blue, here at Page & Sons Wine Merchants we are proud to promote our low alcohol and alcohol free range for the month of Dry January. Also don't forget our amazing range of soft drinks and minerals. For enquiries click the contact link.

Growing, learning and serving since 1804.

It all began in the year before the Battle of Trafalgar whilst Britian was fighting the Napoleonic Wars. On the advice of the Duke of Wellington, staying at a hotel owned by the Page family, Richard Page purchased an empty grocers shop in 1804 establishing a business which has been passed on from father to son for seven generations.

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