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Who We Are

Crump Richmond & Shaw was founded in 2014 with the belief of offering our clients the greatest possible access to fine wine stocks from around the world with perfect provenance at the best possible prices
Technology has allowed us to manage our longstanding relationships with suppliers, Domaines and Chateaux across the world permitting us to provide our customers with almost unparalleled access to the global fine wine market. Whilst the creation of bespoke trading and logistics platforms, which are constantly evolving, ensure each client's experience is maximised.
We not only encompass the traditional markets of Europe, but of course the high-end new world wines of the USA, Australia and South America and also have excellent access to many rare spirits. Our knowledgeable and experienced staff are here to help answer any questions you may have.

Our History

With over 50 years combined experience in the fine wine trade, working both as colleagues and competitors Taro Crump, Jim Richmond & Tim Shaw have worked for some of the oldest and most prestigious merchants in the UK.
Bringing their wealth of industry knowledge and established trade relationships to found Crump Richmond & Shaw Fine Wines in 2014, to now working with thousands of private and trade clients globally. 

Enquiry Placed

We accept enquires online or via email and phone

Enquiry Accepted

Offer accepted by customer.
An invoice will be issued after your enquiry has been accepted and confirmed.

Wines Consolidated

Wines join our consolidation process - this can take 4-12 weeks to arrive back at our warehouse
An invoice will be issued after your enquiry has been accepted and confirmed.

Wines Received

Wines inspected and landed in accordance with HMRC guidelines.
An invoice will be issued after your enquiry has been accepted and confirmed.


Once landed your wine is available for delivery

Finding the right wine for you

Crump Richmond and Shaw offer our customers a full broking service, sourcing tens of thousands of wines from a carefully curated list of suppliers across the world.  
As brokers, rather than stockholders, we are not beholden to the traditional rules of many wine merchants, allowing us to focus on our customers’ needs and wants rather than ensuring stock turnover. This allows us to offer wines based on impartial merit, at the best possible prices, by removing the ensuing costs of stockholding and storage. 
CRS has a dedicated team of both Private Client and Trade Account Managers, passionate and knowledgeable, to help take you through the initial process of placing your order and then moving forward offering honest and impartial advice whether you are looking for that one-off bottle or building a cellar.

If you are placing an order with a specific date in mind, please speak to your account manager before confirmation, they will be able to offer advice

Stock Consolidation

In order to offer you the widest range of stock at the best possible prices we consolidate our collections throughout Europe and further worldwide. Building shipments with our suppliers allows us to reduce our freight costs and in turn pass this saving along to our customers. It also allows us to purchase wines from a greater network of suppliers.
We work with a small number of trusted shipping partners in order to do this. We aim to have all stock available in our warehouse within 4-12 weeks, although we do endeavour to fulfil your order as quickly as possible.
Please note during summer if we are not able to secure a refrigerated truck for the shipment, we will push back scheduled collections. Ensuring the integrity of the wine you receive is of upmost importance to us! Other exceptions may occur to delay delivery, if so you will be updated.

Arrival at our Warehouse

We store with LCB in their Dinton Woods facility. For more information on the site please visit https://www.lcb.co.uk/ 
The vast majority of the wine we offer is under bond at the point of purchase. As such when arriving into our warehouse it is subject to the rules and landing procedures implemented by UK guidelines.
All wines are checked upon arrival by an expert team and any conditions if noted, are flagged. If you would like a full ‘Condition Report’ of your stock before shipment or during storage this can be arranged for £8.25+VAT per individual listing.
Once your stock has landed with our warehouse we will contact you to arrange onward delivery or storage as instructed.
Once you make an enquiry through our website, a member of our sales team will contact you asap, to discuss all your options, including shipping times and delivery.
Our vast list of wines at wholesale prices is constantly being updated with new items being added every day.
We do ask our clients meet our £1,000 Minimum order value.

Our Services

Buy Wine

Sell Wine

Store Wine

Global Delivery

Our Team

Meet our dedicated team who make Crump, Richmond and Shaw Fine Wine Brokers possible.

Taro Crump



A sociology graduate, the obvious path was a career in alcohol. In 2005, able to differentiate wines by colour alone, Taro cut his teeth on the shop floor at one of the world’s oldest wine merchants. Here he spent most of his time polishing glasses in the cellar and driving around London in the company van. He does vaguely recall the consumption of one or two half decent bottles along the way.

Armed with a palette heavily biased towards the wines of Bordeaux and having been incorrectly identified as Chinese by his new employer, Taro spent many enjoyable years trading wine in Hong Kong and beyond (before realisation dawned that he was in fact Japanese). Taro has carried this mantle on to Crump Richmond and Shaw, where he still spends most of his time selling fine wines and spirits to clients old and new in the Far East.

When not slaving away in the office Taro spends most of his time trying (and failing) to keep his 3 young daughters under control. In no particular order eating, swimming, walking the dog and (watching) rugby all feature feature quite prominently in his spare time.

0207 462 1262

Jim Richmond



I have worked in the Fine Wine trade for over fifteen years.  Starting at Corney and Barrow in their Notting Hill shop where I met Taro. 

I have held senior management positions in the trade before founding CRSFW with Taro and Tim. 

At CRSFW I look after the companies FX positions and payments plus manage the Private Client team. 

0207 462 1262

Tim Shaw



I started my wine career in the hospitality industry working for independent wine bars and restaurants both in London and abroad.  

After returning from a couple of years in Australia I joined the wine trade where I met Jim and Taro.  A couple of stints at smaller traders in senior sales roles followed before setting up CRSFW with Jim and Taro.

At CRSFW I am in charge of the companies systems and look after our direct grower and agency relationships.

0207 426 1263

Caoilinn Hanna



My interest in the wine industry was first sparked whilst on a University placement with drinks giant Diageo, which I had managed to shoehorn into a degree in Economics and Finance. This was further compounded whilst completing an internship in Bordeaux at a small museum tracing the history of the local wine trade.

Originally from Northern Ireland, I moved to London in 2012, where I quickly found my niche in logistics and operations, before joining CRS in 2015.
I’ve been lucky enough to have tried some incredible wines over the last few years, but 1996 Petrus and 1982 Grange have been particular standouts.

0207 462 1265

Ed Barber

Head of Trade


I joined Crump Richmond and Shaw in January 2018 as Head of Trade Sales.  I mainly focus on sales to the International trade but also actively source wines for the sales team as well. 

I have worked in the Fine Wine Trade for nearly 20 years starting in retail before moving into broking, working my way up to the senior position I hold today. 

0207 462 1267

Ned Chattey

Private Client Sales


When I first started out in the wine trade, my ears were pricked with the beauty about where wines are made. From the old world classics such as Burgundy and Bordeaux to the new world like Napa and The Barossa Valley, I was drawn by the beauty of these places. I thoroughly appreciate the grape growing process and have tried to immerse myself in the world of wine!

I have enjoyed being in the trade from starting out in retail at Oddbins up to management level. I have also undertaken several sales roles in the industry before joining Crump Richmond & Shaw.

I’m a keen music lover and drinks industry enthusiast.

0207 4621266

James Keniston-Cooper

James Keniston-Cooper

Senior Private Client Sales


Having been in a family who loved wine, my “Road to Damascus” moment eventually came at the age of 19; a 1985 Chateau D’Issan at Christmas lunch. After that, my love of wine grew exponentially and I made it my mission in life to find all kinds of different wines that brought me that same kind of joy. After nearly 10 years working with Majestic Wines in a number of their London stores including Mayfair, the Fine Wine Centre at St. John’s Wood and as manager of the Marylebone branch, I decided I needed a change and joined Crump, Richmond and Shaw where I could continue to sell wines I’m passionate about.

Although my first love was Bordeaux, since then I have discovered the wonders of Italy and, most notably, Burgundy. I particularly enjoy the wines of Denis Mortet, Henri Boillot and (if I’m lucky!) Dujac and Rousseau but still maintain the 1982 Chateau Latour is the greatest wine I’ve ever drunk.

0207 462 1269
Matt Williamson

Matthew Williamson

Senior Private Client Sales


I have been with Crump Richmond and Shaw since March 2017 having previously worked for a Majestic wine. I specifically work with private clients on a global basis who are looking to secure a large and diverse range of wine. I completed studying the WSET Diploma in 2019.

I am interested personally in a broad range of wine and am happy to try anything, however I very much enjoying working my way through the Crus of Montrachet with some personal favourite wines being the likes of Leflaive Chevalier and Joseph Drouhin’s Montrachet Marquis de Laguiche. I am also starting to develop a like for dry Riesling with highlights including Keller’s GG range including his Kirchspiel and Abts Erde bottlings and FX’s Pichler’s Unendlich also being an excellent showcase for Austria.

Through my studies I have developed a like for Italian wines and specifically that of Tuscany with the likes of Sassicaia, Solaia and Tignanello being firm favourites. Other favourite wines include the likes of aged Priorat and the Northern Rhone. My tastes are certainly eclectic but I find one of the many joys of wine itself is the amount of diversity it has.

0207 462 1268


Private Client Sales


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