About Us

Wine Express is Poland's original mail order wine company, started in 1995 when mail order meant stuffing envelopes, licking stamps and carting heavy cardboard boxes off to the nearest post office for posting.

Now we are web-based and producing brochures and stuffing envelopes is, thankfully, a thing of the past.

There have been lots of other changes at Wine Express over the years but our business model remains the same. And that is to directly import quality wines from top family-owned wineries around the world and sell them directly from our warehouse to our clients throughout Poland. This way our clients not only enjoy exclusive wines, but save 40 per cent and more on shop prices.

We've visited almost every single winery in the world from which we import. Wine is about place and if you've walked the vineyards, talked to the winemaker and met the owners, you are in a much better position to make wise selections than after a quick sip and spit at a wine trade fair. 


Let me introduce you to the key members of our team: 


John Borrell

John Borrell


I get to travel, taste everything that goes on our list and make wine from grapes grown in our own vineyard. There are worse jobs.

Teresa Łepkowska

Teresa Lepkowska


Teresa's been with us for 17 years and knows lost about wine and the ins and out of the business. She not only manages the office but looks after  key corporate accounts, 

Marysia Wierczyńska

Marysia Wierczynska

On-line Sales Manager

Marysia has a great palate, a sense of humour and after 15 years with Wine Express, can talk about each and everyone of the wines on our list. Call her directly if you've questions.

Agnieszka Gros-Wilczewska

Agnieszka Gros-Wilczewska

Accounts Manager

Agnieszka has kept us ship-shape financially for more than 14 years. She not only knows where the money is but also when to pay bills and chide, nicely of course, slow payers. 


Wiesiek Kiedrowski

Wiesiek Kiedrowski

Warehouse manager

Wiesiek organises and packing and dispatch from our warehouse of hundreds, sometimes thousands of bottles, every day. He deserves a medal!