Cult Wines International

Sell Your Wine

Cult Wines International buys millions of dollars worth of collectible wines from private individuals each year.

Many of the wines we sell come from private collectors or individuals who have inherited valuable wines that they wish to sell. Cult Wines International makes it easy to turn your wines into cash. We offer immediate payment and the highest prices for your wines. Selling your wines is a hassle free and simple process.

    Please note: Photo size is limited to 4.5 MB each

    Here are some examples of what we need to see in photos: (Label, fill level & foil capsule must be clearly observable in photos. For Champagnes, please provide light behind the bottle so we can see color & clarity)



    Here are the steps:

    1. Just above you will find a form you can fill out with your contact information as well as a list of the wines you wish to sell & photos.

    2. From the moment we receive your inquiry, we will carefully review your wines and give you an accurate estimate of what we can pay you for your wines taking all things into consideration (Producer, vintage year & condition). We will typically reply within 48 hours of receiving your email.

    3. Once you have received, reviewed, and accepted our estimate; we pay you with PayPal and email you a pre-paid FedEx shipping label. (Other payment methods are available if you don’t have PayPal)

    4. You pack the wines, tape our label onto the box and drop it off at a local FedEx drop off location. 

    It is truly that simple.

    If you live in the state of Florida or even if you live out of state and have a large wine collection to sell, we may arrange to buy your wine outright in person.

    Here are a few thing to help you understand the types of wines we buy:

    1. We are a collectible wine merchant. There are exceptions to all rules but typically the wines we buy must have a retail value of at least $80.00

    2. We do not buy wines in sub-par condition or wines which show indications that they are un-drinkable. Therefore all wines must meet the following criteria:

    – Wines must have a fill level at top shoulder or higher

    – Main labels must be clear and legible

    – Corks must be securely seated, not visibly shrunken, nor bulging out of the capsule, or falling down into the bottle

    – Bottles must not be leaking

    – Foil capsule must be original and intact. Without severe corrosion, or any evidence of tampering.

    – Some sediment is natural in old bold reds, but all Champagne, Sauternes and white wines must be completely free of floating sediment.

    – Red wines must retain their color and must be clean and clear of all floating sediment when allowed to rest.

    3. Typically, the types of wines we purchase are: French wines, Italian reds, Napa & Sonoma wines, Port, rare whites and Australian Syrah.

    Here are a list of brands we are always purchasing:


    Chateau Lafite Rothschild, Chateau Latour, Chateau Mouton Rothschild, Chateau Margaux, Chateau Haut Brion, Chateau Petrus, Chateau Le Pin, Chateau Lafleur, Chateau Ausone, Chateau Angelus, Chateau Palmer, Chateau La Mission Haut Brion, Chateau Leoville Las Cases, Chateau Cheval Blanc, Cos d’Estournel, Chateau Latour a Pomerol, Chateau L’Evangile, Lafleur Petrus


    Domaine de la Romanee Conti (DRC), La Tache, Henri Jayer, Domaine Leroy, Armand Rousseau, (Any of the major vineyards by any producer. Examples: Chambertain, Richebourg, Echezeaux, Clos St. Jacques, Clos de la Roche & such)

    California Wines:

    Screaming Eagle Cabernet, Sine Qua Non, Harlan Estate, Frank Fredericks Estate, Schrader Cellars, Scarecrow, Dana Estates, Lokoya, Abreu, Dalla Valle, Colgin Cellars, Sloan, Peter Michael Winery, Opus One, Silver Oak, Bevan Cellars, Bond Estates, Mondavi Reserve, Shafer Hillside Select, Saxum


    Dom Perignon, Roederer Cristal, Krug, Salon


    Chateau d’Yquem, Chateau Suduiraut

    Rare Whites:

    Kistler, Marcassin, Kongsgaard, Sea Smoke Cellars

    Australian Syrah & Italian Reds:

    Penfolds Grange Bin 95, Torbreck, Masseto, Quintarelli, Sassicaia, Tignanello, Gianfranco Soldera

    4. Some wines are difficult to sell to a larger audience or have value based on intrinsic collectible value rather than the wine inside the bottle.

    That being said, here are a list of brands WE DO NOT BUY:

    – Marilyn Merlots, Norma Jeanes, or any of the other “Marilyn” wines

    – Any Premiere Napa Valley (PNV) wines