Payment & shipping
§ 1 terms of payment; Delay
(1) Payment can be made by:
Invoice in advance, cash on delivery, credit card, PayPal or direct debit.
(2) It is our responsibility to select the payment methods available. In particular, we reserve the right to offer you only selected payment methods for payment, for example, only to secure our credit risk in advance.
(3) If you choose the payment method prepayment, we will give you our bank details in the order confirmation. The invoice amount must be transferred to our account within 10 days of receipt of the order confirmation.
(4) If payment is made by cash on delivery, an additional fee of 5 EUR is due, which the deliverer charges on site. There are no further costs and taxes.
(5) When paying by credit card, the purchase price is reserved on your credit card at the time of the order (authorization). Your credit card account is actually debited when we send the goods to you.
(6) When paying with PayPal, you will be redirected to the website of the online provider PayPal during the ordering process. In order to be able to pay the invoice amount via PayPal, you must be registered there or first register, legitimize with your access data and confirm the payment instruction to us. After placing the order in the shop, we ask PayPal to initiate the payment transaction. You'll get more information during the ordering process. The payment transaction is carried out automatically by PayPal immediately afterwards.
(7) When paying by direct debit, you may have to bear the costs that arise as a result of a chargeback of a payment transaction due to insufficient funds or due to incorrectly transmitted bank details.
(8) If you are in arrears with a payment, you are obliged to pay the statutory default interest in the amount of 5 percentage points above the base rate. You will be charged a reminder fee of EUR 2.50 for each reminder letter that is sent to you after the default occurs, unless lower or higher damage is proven in individual cases.
§ 2 Offsetting / right of retention
(1) You only have the right to offset if your counterclaim has been legally established, is not disputed or recognized by us, or is closely synallagmatically related to our claim.
(2) Likewise, you can only exercise a right of retention if your counterclaim is based on the same contractual relationship.
§ 3 delivery
(1) Unless otherwise agreed, the goods are delivered from our warehouse to the address you specified.
(2) Deliveries are only possible within Germany. Deliveries to Europe or worldwide are possible plus the respective shipping costs.
(3) If not all ordered products are in stock, we are entitled to make partial deliveries, as far as this is reasonable for you. Any deadlines only begin with the receipt of the last partial delivery.
(4) If the delivery of perishable goods is the subject of this contract, the following applies: The customer ensures the acceptance of perishable goods on the agreed delivery date by taking suitable precautions, e.g. by accepting the goods himself, by instructing a person to accept them at the specified delivery address or by informing the seller of the name and address of a neighbor who is ready to accept and is entitled to do so.
(5) The delivery of ordered goods is subject to the availability of the goods. If this is not available at the time of ordering, the customer will receive a notification of the expected delivery date and the order will be noted by us. As soon as the goods are in stock, they are sent to the customer without any further notification to the customer. In the event of unavailability, in particular because a limited stock of goods marked as such has been exhausted (e.g. limited editions), the customer will be informed by us. Payments already made will then be refunded immediately.
(6) When delivering spirits that are subject to statutory sales restrictions, the goods will only be handed over to recipients who meet the legal requirements and only after presentation of the identity card.
(7) In exceptional cases, we are not obliged to deliver the ordered goods if we have ordered the goods properly on our part, but were not delivered correctly or on time (congruent cover transaction). The prerequisite is that we are not responsible for the lack of availability of the goods and have informed you immediately of this fact. In addition, we must not have assumed the risk of procuring the goods ordered. If the goods are not available, we will immediately reimburse you for payments already made. We do not assume the risk of having to procure an ordered product (procurement risk). This also applies to the ordering of goods that are only described in terms of their type and characteristics (generic goods). We are only obliged to deliver from our stock of goods and the goods we have ordered from our suppliers.
§ 4 retention of title
(1) The goods remain our property until the purchase price has been paid in full.
(2) If you are an entrepreneur within the meaning of § 14 BGB, the following also applies:
- We reserve ownership of the goods until all claims from the current business relationship have been fully settled. Pledging or transfer by way of security is not permitted before the transfer of ownership of the reserved goods.
- You may resell the goods in the ordinary course of business. In this case, you now assign to us all claims in the amount of the invoice amount that accrue from the resale. We accept the assignment, but you are authorized to collect the claims. If you do not meet your payment obligations properly, we reserve the right to collect claims ourselves.
- When combining and mixing the reserved goods, we acquire co-ownership of the new item in the ratio of the invoice value of the reserved goods to the other processed objects at the time of processing.
- We committed to release the securities to which we are entitled on request insofar as the realizable value of our securities exceeds the claims to be secured by more than 10%. It is our responsibility to select the collateral to be released.
§ 5 cancellation policy
In the event that you are a consumer within the meaning of Section 13 of the German Civil Code (BGB), i.e. make a purchase for purposes that are predominantly neither your commercial nor your independent professional activity, you have a right of withdrawal in accordance with the following provisions.
As of March 2020