I read that as the first means the wine is listed, but there’s none currently available but it will be restocked, and the second that the wine will not be restocked, e.g. its no longer listed or it was a once only offer that has sold out.
I’ve often thought that might be the case, in which case it would be nice if TWS could make that a little clearer, however I’m pretty sure, but couldn’t swear to it, that I’ve seen both variations reappear on the site. And I’ve definitely seen the more common one, where a wine just disappears with no comments following searches, reappearing on the list.
Regardless I just feel this should be made clearer. On searching I’d like to get clear results:
Not stocked not planned.
Out of stock not planned.
Out of stock planned restock.
Something like that would make life much clearer.
For “Mice” users, not .
Everyone else probably knows this, but…
…whilst converting my Wish List into a Basket I discovered I can simply click on the quantity window and use the mouse scroll wheel to adjust the quantity desired. Now I can complete an order, one handed, without recourse to using a keyboard .
No doubt this is important due to the other hand being occupied with holding a glass of wine ;)
If I turned my wish list into a basket, I’d be in awful trouble. I’d like to see an option for more than one wish list (Amazon-style).
You and me both!
I’d quite like to see some form of ‘alert’ on the main site, similar to the green or blue notification symbols we get on here. So for example if an en primeur order has been allocated to you, or arrived in stock, or there’s an issue with your order etc, there’ll be an indicator once you’ve logged in to alert you to it.