Current vacancies

Led by some of the most experienced people in the industry, Halewood Wines & Spirits can offer you the ideal opportunity to be part of our growing adventure. You’ve probably tasted our Award Winning products so why don’t you have a taste of what it’s like to be part of the team?

Whether you’re an experienced professional or just starting out in your career there are lots of opportunities for people who are as passionate as we are about our craft.

We hope you enjoy exploring our history and if you want to be part of our future – apply now. If you don’t see an opportunity that is right for you at the moment why not drop us a line and introduce yourself anyway?

J.J. Whitley takes range into new realms with Violet Gin

Due to popular demand, award winning craft spirits producer J.J. Whitley has followed its thirst for innovation with the exciting launch of a Violet Gin to coincide with World Gin Day, on Saturday 9th June.

Inspired by the British countryside, J.J. Whitley, which is named after the Whitley family who began distilling in rural Cheshire in 1762, is well known for experimenting with exceptional flavours and this brand new addition to the range is no exception to that rule. Continue reading J.J. Whitley takes range into new realms with Violet Gin

Halewood shakes hands with Dead Man’s Fingers

Halewood Wines & Spirits, specialist in innovative and artisanal spirits has added Cornwall’s funky small batch spiced rum brand, Dead Man’s Fingers to its premium portfolio.

The founders of the Rum & Crab Shack in St. Ives, created the Dead Man’s Fingers Spiced Cornish Rum in 2015 and immediately began to build a cult following. The liquid is an inspired blend of Caribbean rums resulting in an exceptionally smooth taste, with notes of saffron cake, sweet Pedro Ximenez sherry ice cream, caramel, vanilla and cinnamon, nutmeg and orange. Neythan Hayes, the founder of Dead Man’s Fingers said, “We believe we’ve produced a liquid that is as good as any established or contemporary spiced rum out there.”

Continue reading Halewood shakes hands with Dead Man’s Fingers