In August 2014 we opened the doors to our shop and bar in the Victorian arches beneath the Holborn Viaduct. There is history here, the site having served as a wine cellar for over 150 years, most recently as Oddbin’s fine wine store.
During the day the vaults serve as our office, warehouse and tasting room, as well as retail outlet where the general public can buy our wines. At night it becomes a beautiful, atmospheric, candle-lit wine bar.
In the bar we charge £12 corkage on the retail price and our list is ever changing, not only showing wines that we import ourselves but also wines that we have tasted and are passionate for, supplied from fellow importers. We also offer a small amount of old Bordeaux, Burgundy, Port and Madeira from our private cellars.
For something to eat, we offer the below:
Coombeshead farm bread and oil £2.50
Bar Nuts £3
Nocellara Olives £3
Boquerones on toast £5
Duck Rillette on toast £5
Raclette Cheese Toastie £5
With Mortadella £7
Cheese Plate £10
Charcuterie Plate £10
(Both served with Coombeshead bread)
In 2017, we opened a new venture on the historic Deptford High Street, number 209. Originally a slightly more full on restaurant, we have now parred it down to our original idea. One chef and one front of house, with simple, good food and good wine.
The menu changes weekly and it is always best updated via instagram.https://www.instagram.com/wine...
Only open three nights a week. As below.