Celebrate London Wine Week 2018 at some of the capital's top wine bars, as rated by Decanter experts.
London Wine Week 2018: Where to go
You can also visit the London Wine Week hub at Flat Iron Square in Southwark,, near to London Bridge station, where there will be a pop-up bar from Berry Bros & Rudd plus a Pol Roger Champagne bar.
Flat Iron is also a good opportunity to pick up some excellent food and try out some pairings, with a whole array of cuisines available from pad thai to pizza.
A London Wine Week digital pass costs £10.
London Wine Week: ‘Toastie O’Clock’ – £5
Enjoy a mini spring onion or jalepeno toastie, with a glass of one of three Portuguese wines, at the Hackney Road branch.
London Wine Week: Classic wine pairings – £6 – £10
Focusing on foods that classically pair well with wines. The first tasting is Muscadet and Oyster, for £6.
London Wine Week: A taste of Terroirs – £9
Enjoy a classic pairing on a Loire Chenin Blanc and two oysters.
London Wine Week: Sip and snack – £11
Two sip and snack options; Pan con Tomate and a glass of Cava Franck Massard, Brut Nature NV or Lincolshire Poacher Hard Cheese and a glass of Rioja white Viura.
London Wine Week: The world’s famous Sauvignon Blanc – £5
A taster of Sauvignon Blancs from different terroirs; Loire, New Zealand and Bordeaux. For an extra £9 you can add food pairings too. (Marlyebone Lane location)
London Wine Week: A journey across New Zealand – £5
Taste three wines demonstrating the variety found in New Zealand.
London Wine Week: Think Pink! – £5
Try three samples of rosés, from France, England and Spain (At the Kings Cross, Marylebone, City and Farringdon branches)
London Wine Week: Fizz. Pop. Clink! – £5
Explore three styles of sparkling wines, from Veneto to Alsace to South Africa. (Battersea location).
London Wine Week: Food and wine pairings – £10
A selection of food and wine pairings; the selections vary with each location. The Borough branch offers a glass of Sherry and bone marrow oysters – and is conveniently close to the LWW hub.
London Wine Week: Grape Oddities – £5
Three wines to showcase the range in Salon – Davenport, Horsmonden Organic White 2016, Markovitis, Xinomavro 2012 and Judith Beck, Beck Ink 2016.
London Wine Week: Glass of wine and a croquette – £9.50
The team at Naughty Piglets will help you choose a wine to suit your taste, and pair with a Alsacian ham and Parmesan croquette.