Experience the flavours of the world through the art of wine tasting. Open your mind and palate to local and exotic wines right here in the city. Here are five places to visit when deciding where to go wine tasting in London.
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Montague on the Gardens
Enjoy the award-winning South African wines at the Bouchard Finlayson estate. It is one of the very few London venues to have Bouchard and the Hannibal blend. There is a beautiful Terrace Bar and Conservatories to complete the scenic view Montague on the Gardens has to offer.
This facility also serves wonderful canapés, so you can fully enjoy yourself.
Cork & Bottle
If you looking for a wine bar that is simply oozing personality and character, check out the Cork & Bottle on Cranbourn Street.
It can be found in the heart of the theatre district, making it handy for pre or post show drinks. To experience the Cork & Bottle, you will make your way down to a basement, but don’t worry, the excellent food and wine will make any exertion worth it.
A TASTE OF SPAIN
Copa de Cava
Looking for some place with flavour and ambience? Try a taste of Spanish wine at the Copa de Cava.
The warm and relaxing atmosphere at Copa de Cava not only comes from its wines and cava, but also its brick vaults beneath Camino San Pablo. It has the widest range of Cavas (25 different types) and is the UK’s first Cava and wine dedicated bar. Delicious tapas and jamon can be found here as well.
SOUTH AMERICAN DELIGHT
Cavas de Gaucho
Are you yearning for something with a unique latin taste? Experience Cavas de Gaucho on Swallow Street, Piccadilly.
Cavas de Gaucho has an abundance of Argentine wine for the tasting. There is so much wine here, those at Cavas de Gaucho actually refer to it as a wine boutique. There are over 150 types from Argentina, making it the fifth largest producer on this planet. This lovely wine bar hosts special occasions as well as wine and dinner events.
Sometimes you need a place that’s classic, but not overboard. This is where the Winemakers Club shines bright.
It is more informal than most of the wine bars you will find in London, but that doesn’t make it any less impressive in looks, service or taste. It is held in a Victorian wine cellar, and promotes independent, small, limited wine producers. They have quality wines, including natural and organic types.
If you are shy, or not too sure how to begin wine tasting, try a wonderful wine tasting experience held right here at Winemakers Club. Bring a friend and experience 90 minutes of tasting six introductory wines.
Here are the top five places of where to go wine tasting in London. Take your pick, and place the others on your ‘to do’ list. Continue to experience the flavour of the world through that little sip of heaven on a vine.