Do you need to send a bottle of champagne or wine to a friend or relative in Long Ashton?
Phone 01275 392508 between 16:00 and 19:45 with your debit or credit card details and the name and address of the recipient and we will deliver the next day. Terms and conditions apply.
Terms and conditions apply
Explore Long Ashton on foot
Visit our new Walks page where you can download a series of Long Ashton walking trail guides that start from The Little Tipple.
Following a short period of closure, we are excited to announce that the Little Tipple is open to the public once more from 16:00–20:00 Monday to Friday, and 10:00-13:00 and 16:00–20:00 on Saturdays but new restrictions will apply.
For everyone’s peace of mind, we’ll be ensuring social distancing can take place by limiting the number of shoppers allowed in the shop at any one time to one adult. One in and one out. Please be considerate to any customers who may be waiting outside and complete your purchase as quickly as possible. And, of course, please do not visit us if you are unwell. Stay at home and let us deliver to you within Long Ashton. Scroll down for details.
Please note that the pic’n’mix sweet counter is closed temporarily but we hope to re-open it soon. £1 bags of mixed sweets are available.
TIPPLE HOME DELIVERY SERVICE
We are still operating the Tipple Home Delivery Service to those customers in the BS41 9 postcode area who wish to stay at home. To place your order (minimum spend £25) please either telephone 01275 392508 between 4.00pm – 8.00pm or email norman @ littletipple.co.uk (take out spaces) with ‘TIPPLE HOME DELIVERY’ in the subject header. Please include your name, address, phone number and order. We will call you back to confirm availability and take your payment card details.
If the Little Tipple’s Gaudi-esque sign above the entrance doesn’t give you a clue about the individuality of this family-run village shop in Long Ashton, near Bristol, then the weird and wonderfully organic timber counter and fixtures that greet you once inside certainly will.
It’s like a grotto, with every nook and cranny filled with interesting wines from small family vineyards from around the world and full-bodied craft beers from local breweries. And that’s before you realise that, squeezed between more familiar bottles, there are also some rather remarkable and tempting single malt whiskies, vintage ports, liqueurs, sherries and ciders each individually selected by its owners. Read more>
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