We are very excited to be launching our 2014 Love Wine fortnight on Valentine’s Day.
Each of our restaurant’s sommeliers has carefully chosen wines they personally love and want to share with you and has reduced prices by up to 50% in order to make them more accessible for you to try.
This year’s list includes more wines than ever before, from world-famous producers to truly pioneering new wave wineries. There will be selections from under £20 right up to £3,900 for a jeroboam of the 1978 vintage of world famous Petrus, from Bordeaux.
Tomasz Kuszneruk, at Plateau
in Canary Wharf, has an international list incorporating wines from Croatia, Canada and a 2009 Miolo Merlot Terrior from Serra Gaúcha in Brazil for £35. Frederic Ahuir, wine manager at Chelsea’s Bluebird
has selected favourites from his native Loire Valley, including the 2011 Montlouis sur Loire Domaine Taille aux Loups for £39.50. At £39, a 2007 Vall Lach from Priorat, Spain, stands out on the list at Sauterelle
in The Royal Exchange.
The superb 2010 Mas de Daumas Gassac Rouge from Languedoc is available for £40 in an all-French selection at Almeida
in Islington; while at south bank restaurant, Skylon
, head sommelier Alexis Meszoly shows his love of America’s “Golden State” with a predominantly Californian selection including the 2009 Heitz Cellar Ink Grade Zinfandel for £40.
The majority of our restaurants are taking part in Love Wine and their lists will be available until Sunday 2 March.
2014 Love Wine list