22 November 2016
5 of the Best Wine Tasting Bars in London
Wine tasting evenings are a great social event in any company calendar and are the perfect combination between entertainment and networking. Read on for 5 of the best wine tasting bars in London to entertain your best clients or to reward your employees.
London Cru Winery | Fulham
This unique winery is the one and only located in SW6, a great location to get your clients or employees together to try IWC award winning wines close to the city centre. The unique room surrounded by wine tanks will definitely bring life to your event. We recommend a casual wine tasting with canapes and bowl food to allow people walk around and network.
Berry Bros. & Rudd | St James’s
A very traditional wine shop with over 5,000 different wines available, Berry Bros. & Rudd is the perfect place for small groups (minimum 12) to 40 to combine wine tasting workshop and a sit-down lunch or dinner. Taking the group to a walking tour around the different rooms and wine cellar is a must!
Petite Terre | Fulham
This Bistro and wine bar is the ideal spot for a casual, easy-going event. It is the perfect space for a mid-sized company. Wine tasting prices can start from £30 person and the food is outstanding. Bringing the best of French cuisine and adding an acoustic performance will definitely create a great wine tasting activity.
Bar Boulud | Knightsbridge
This renowned restaurant of Michelin Star chef Daniel Boulud hides a unique wine cellar that celebrates Burgundy wines from a region that produces some of the finest, most elegant and most sought after wines in the world. Groups from 10 people are welcome! Bar Boulud is extremely busy during Christmas time for wine tasting so you will need to book in advance.
The Stafford Wine Cellars | St James’s
Master Sommelier Gino Nardella, hosts wine tastings and wine-pairing dinners throughout the year in this very special wine cellar that certainly will impress your guests! We recommend a group with no more than 30 attendees to make the best use of the wine cellar. Blind tasting is quite a competitive way to entertain guests.