This summer London Wine Week returns for its fourth year from the 5th Ã¢â‚¬â€œ 11th June.
Organised by DrinkUp.London Ã¢â‚¬â€œ the award-winning team also behind London Cocktail Week and London Beer Week Ã¢â‚¬â€œ they’ll be bringing Londoners a week-long adventure exploring and celebrating the city’s diverse and exciting wine scene. From red, rosÃƒÂ© and white to natural, orange and sparkling, there will be wines for all preferences and events for all levels of wine knowledge from enthusiastic beginners to connoisseurs.
A full programme of wine tastings, masterclasses, dinners, brunches, pop-ups and parties will take place over the seven days. The grand Ã¯Â¬Ânale of the week will be DrinkUp: The Wine Edit, a special festival curated by London Wine Week Director Emma Murphy.
For just £10 festival-goers can purchase a week-long Festival Pass that allows them to partake in the Wine Tours with unlimited £5 wine Ã¯Â¬â€šights at more than 100 partnering wine bars throughout the week. Festival Passes can be purchased online now at DrinkUp.London and then collected at the Devonshire Square Hub during the week itself, where they will also be on sale.
Details of conÃ¯Â¬Ârmed London Wine Week highlights are below, with a full programme of individual, one-oÃ¯Â¬â‚¬ events to be announced early May. Follow @DrinkUpLDN and visit www.drinkup.london/wineweek to stay up to date. #LWW17 #GetIntoGrapes
THE WINE TOURS – £5 WINE FLIGHTS | ALL WEEK A City-Wide Wine Tasting
The Wine Flights will feature three wines, all complementing each other to showcase a certain grape, region or producer, as chosen by the venues’ expert sommeliers, whilst the’Sip & Snack’ option will demonstrate a food pairing created by the venue Ã¢â‚¬â€œ with options ranging from traditional cheese and wine matches through to quirkier food oÃ¯Â¬â‚¬erings.
Top wine venues will be working with varieties and vintages from across the world, making it the best way to discover what London’s wine scene has to oÃ¯Â¬â‚¬er without breaking the bank. A digital guide will make it easy to pull together selfguided tours, turning a usual evening with friends into a veritable wine-Ã¯Â¬Âlled treasure trail.
£5 wine flights are available at participating venues to Festival Pass holders Festival Passes cost £10 per person and are available online at www.drinkup.london/wineweek