THE owners of a Pedmore wine shop which has been open for more than 33 years are set to call time on the business.

Last orders are to be called at Pedmore Wines in Grange Lane which is closing on Saturday July 2.

The closure has been confirmed now that contracts have been exchanged on a sale of the premises, owned by the Singh family, in a deal put together by Stourbridge chartered surveyors Hexagon Commercial Property.

Proprietor Andy Singh said: “We have been trading here now 33 years and have decided to spend more time with the family.”

Meanwhile though he is calling on locals to pick up a bottle or two while they can.

He said: “We will be running an amazing price promotion as a thank you to our customers with a bottle of red, white or rosé wine from only £2.99 a bottle, up to 50 per cent off champagnes and 50 per cent off whispering Angel Rosé to kickstart the summer as well as major discounts on all rums, malts, tequilas etc.

“We wish our customers all the best in the future and will hopefully share a glass of fizz with them in the last week.”

Harvey Pearson, director at Hexagon Commercial, said: “Pedmore Wines have traded from this building for as long as I can remember, whilst it is the end of an era for Andy and his family it is a privilege to be involved with this sale and we wish every success to both the Singh family in their new chapter and to the purchaser, who has exciting plans for the property.”

It has not yet been revealed who the buyer is and what the property will be used for but Mr Pearson added: “This sale further demonstrates investor and occupier demand for commercial property in the Black Country.”