Naked Wines click & collect service rolls out in Majestic stores
Majestic Wine has launched a click and collect service for its online crowd funded wine retailer, Naked Wines.
The move will give Naked Wines’ 150,000 'Angel' customers the option of collecting their wine free of charge from their local Majestic store while also being able to order for home delivery.
Following the acquisition of Naked Wines in April 2015, Majestic has been trialling click and collect in 22 stores across the UK for Naked Wines' customers and the service will now be rolled out across all 213 of Majestic’s UK stores.
Rowan Gormley, Majestic chief executive, said: "Access to a national store network was one of the clear benefits for Naked Wines following the acquisition by Majestic, and it is great that we've been able to launch this service to Naked Wines' customers so quickly. It is obvious to me that both businesses have much to offer one another and we are working on optimising even more of the complementary strengths between the two."
Naked Wines' stock will remain separate from Majestic's, so wines that have been crowd funded by Naked Wines "Angels" will still be exclusively available to them.
Eamon Fitzgerald, Naked Wines' UK managing director, said: "We're delighted to roll out this service to Majestic's full store network. Our Angel customers invest in our wines up-front, and deserve to receive their wines when it suits them. We've seen a strong take-up from customers - particularly for those living in city centres and work full time. We have been looking for a solution for some time, and Majestic's national footprint and logistics expertise are ideal."
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