No2 Pound Street

wine • cheese • deli

No2 Pound Street is an innovative wine shop selling classic favourites, organic, biodynamic and quirky wines alongside a superb British deli counter. Enjoy a tasting glass of wine, a fabulous Musetti coffee or a tasting deli platter whilst we put your shopping list together ~ shopping the old fashioned way.

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Call us on 01296 585 022

Now offering orders online. Click here to view our shop

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Get in touch

Phone: 01296 585 022
shop@2poundstreet.com

Location

No.2 Pound Street
Wendover
Buckinghamshire
HP22 6EJ

Opening Hours

Mon-Wed: 10am - 5pm
Thu-Sat: 10am - 11pm
9am on Farmer’s Market Saturday’s
Sun: 10am - 5pm

Wines
No2 Pound Street - Exciting hand-picked wines selection

Carefully selected range, full list available in our shop

Cheese & deli
No2 Pound Street - Cheese and Deli

Award winning deli with award winning produce

Delicious Deli Platters
No2 Pound Street - Bringing the produce to life

Our platters and sandwiches are carefully prepared to bring our produce to life 

Events
No2 Pound Street - Check our diary for upcoming events

Check our diary for wine tastings and other events

Hampers & Gifts
No2 Pound Street - Choose from our Hamper and Gift range

Choose from our gift range

 

Online Shop
No2 Pound Street - View our online shop

Order for UK delivery or collection from our shop

Latest News, Events & Press

No Corkage Thursdays
To help you get in the mood for the weekend, we've decided to give you one more reason to visit No2 Pound Street on a Thursday evening. You can pick any bottle of wine off the shelves and enjoy it here for JUST THE RETAIL PRICE! Usually we add £5 to the bottle price to drink-in (that small amount of corkage helps us pay our bills - we're much more than a wine shop and have much higher costs as a result!) but for Thursdays we'll waive that, meaning you get unbelievable value for money! I don't want to go ...
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Peter Lehmann Wine Tasting ~ Wed 13th June 2018
Saviour of the Barossa Peter Lehmann started his own winery in 1979, partly as a means of helping with the glut of grapes then afflicting the Barossa Valley. He is known as the “saviour of the Barossa”, by offering to take the grapes from desperate growers and producing quality wine from them, but only on the understanding that he would pay them for the grapes once he had sold the wines.  Many of the growers were sceptical, (a lot of them being conservative farmers of Silesian descent who regarded their old vines as part of their patrimony), but were grateful ...
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