Welcome to
Oboe Fine Wine

Est. 2021

Oboe Fine Wine source and provide superbly made wines of great distinction.   

Oboe Fine Wine is owned and run by Kim Keeble and David Fitch-Peyton who established the business in January 2021.

The name is derived from Kim’s classical music profession as an Oboist. From the outset they have built their wine business working together, with the vision of providing a unique personal service for all their cliental, offering quality wines from many different countries from around the world, made with the utmost care generally by small producers renowned for their attention to detail, biodiversity and sustainability which clearly shows and tastes when poured into a wine glass.

Their present and ongoing desire is to source and provide superbly made wines of great distinction, including organic and vegan friendly, all of which are very affordable.

We also offer private Wine Tastings and Consultations to suit your individual requirements, by appointment only.

Home visits can also be arranged should it not be possible to visit the boutique.

Ordering is quick and simple whether it be a single bottle or a case and with delivery options available. Kim and David are here to help you with Champagne and Sparkling, White, Red and Rose wines and stunning Ports, all exceptional wines to choose from for your dinner party, drinks party, birthday party celebrations, weddings… we will personally provide you with an excellent service.

We carefully select and stock fifty different wines from across the world including an Award winning English Dry White and Sparkling to a superb Pinot Noir from New Zealand. We source unusual wines from countries which have a ‘story’ and are often produced in small vineyards, or are part of a collective and use indigenous or unusual grapes.


Our shop
Old Slaughterhouse Building

Our shop is absolutely unique in that it was the slaughterhouse in the village of Eydon close to the Northamptonshire Oxfordshire border. The slaughterhouse is believed to have been in use during the late 1700s and closed in 1954. This piece of village history is now once again open with the original artefacts and beech wheel still in place and in working order. As the building is built from local red ironstone and on an old agricultural concrete base floor, the temperature within is perfect all year round for keeping and storing wine at its optimum cool temperature.


Visit us in Eydon

Our shop is open at these times:

Monday – Closed
Tuesday – 12.00hrs to 18.00hrs
Wednesday – 12.00hrs to 18.00hrs
Thursday – 12.00hrs to 18.00hrs
Friday – 12.00hrs to 18.00hrs
Saturday – 12.00hrs to 18.00hrs
Sunday – 10.00hrs to 15.00hrs
Bank Holidays – 10.00hrs to 15.00hrs

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