Welcome To Whitmore & White!
We're an award-winning independent Food Hall and Wine Merchant with stores in Heswall & West Kirby on the Wirral and Frodsham in Cheshire as well as this lovely online shop! At the heart of our Food Hall is our Continental delicatessen with a tremendous range of Spanish, Italian, French and British food, but we've also gone to great lengths to find the best of what is available locally from artisans, local chefs and food growers and producers. Add to this a properly interesting wine selection and a spirit collection ranging from the hard to find to the hard to put down, and by gum you've got yourself a Whitmore & White!
So dig out your safari hats and explore our panoply of food and drink in store and online! We have cheese, cured meats, fresh bread, wine, more wine, oils, vinegars, more mustard, pickles and preserves than you can shake a stick at, patisserie, locally roasted coffee, enough tea to sink a ship, a terrific selection of whisky, gin and other spirits, and an unruly penchant for making overly-long lists of things.
Also take a look at our fabulous range of food and drink hampers too, or if you're feeling adventurous why not create your own hamper in store or here online and put together an irresistibly delicious selection of fine food and drink!
From The W&W Blog
As we're a helpful bunch here at Whitmore & White we'd like to share with you answers to the most asked questions about our favourite drink - the G&T. ImaGINe the possibilities!
We actually did it! We made our own gin! Today sees the launch of Whitmore & White Whitmore Gin, created by us and distilled right here on the Wirral. This has been six months in the making, so we're thrilled to have finally launched it today! Continue reading
We love our range of Riverby Estate Wines from Marlborough, New Zealand. Their distinctive labels are easy to spot on our shelves showing either a fish or a moth. I know what you're thinking; what has a fish or a moth got to do with fine wine.
Think of rum and you'll be forgiven for having visions of Caribbean pirates guzzling the sugary grog by the barrel full, and sailors giving the one-legged swashbucklers a run for their money. Continue reading