Cockburns of Leith

Cockburns of Leith was founded in Edinburgh in 1796 by Robert Cockburn, brother of the famous literary figure, Lord Cockburn. Spanning four centuries, it has counted among its customers, Sir Walter Scott, Charles Dickens and King George IV.

Scotland’s oldest wine merchant currently serves retail, corporate, and trade customers offering champagne, sherry, and port, as well as red, white, and sweet wines.

Cockburns of Leith operates as a subsidiary of Wine Importers Edinburgh Limited and was acquired by the Murray Family in 2010.