Twenga gets it wrong

UPDATE: Immediately after the appearance of this post, Twenga put things right, appropriately and with courtesy. (I was unable to contact them directly - they noticed for themselves.) Way to go, Twenga. Comparison is pretty odious when our euro prices appear on price comparison site Twenga as though they were in sterling, i.e. unconverted.

Like this (click the picture): twenga

The implication of this mistake: that we are very expensive, is not especially helpful to us, even though we don't deliver to sterling-land. Because our wines are exclusive to us in nearly every instance, the opportunities for price comparison are pretty scarce. You have to trust us - and your own judgement, which may be the harder thing to do - when you're deciding if we offer value. That's why I'm so keen to get new reviews on the website or LouderVoice, &c. A little diversity of opinion would go some way to showing whether we're offering value or not, when the acid test of price isn't effective.