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Address: 43 Trinity Square, London, EC3N 4DJ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 6258) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Tower Hill (0 miles), Aldgate (0.3 miles), Aldgate East (0.4 miles)

Nearest DLR stations Tower Gateway (0.1 miles), Bank (0.6 miles), Shadwell (1 mile)

Nearest train stations Fenchurch Street (0.1 miles), London Bridge (0.6 miles), Cannon Street (0.6 miles)

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Cellar bar, select a wine and you can stay there for a corkage charge. Is also pate, cheese and other nibbles. If you want an offsite business meeting in the winter time this is the sort of place to do it. Is not a tight budget venue and I love the place.
NLBS - 16 May 2012 13:38
It's no more than a shop, what on earth is it doing on here anyway? Oh, and it is very over-priced, speaking as a man in the trade.
firkin9 - 1 Mar 2010 15:06
I'd agree with virtually all of the above comments apart from the allegation of it being quite expensive.
Whilst it is possible to spend an enormous amount of money - some wines are well over 100 a bottle - all of the wines are at normal retail prices plus a fixed corkage (5 per bottle I think) Therefore that bottle of Chablis which is normally on sale at a wine bar or restaurant at 100%+ mark up is going to be cheaper, as more noticably is the 50 bottle of claret, (50 + 5 instead of 100% mark up). The whole point of this is to get peole to trade up and try new wines, possibly buying to take away or to have delivered. I'd be very surprised if any of the wines on offer here were available to drink "in situ" at such low prices anywhere else. Quirky and unique with knowledgable staff and extremely busy, especially at lunchtimes - booking advised.
Gastronomix - 19 Apr 2006 01:10
Very unusual - interesting wine shop with restaurant attached. Choose your wine, take through to the restaurant and feast on cheese and pate. In two cellars underground - good place to hide in. Quite expensive.
amphalon - 5 Oct 2005 17:17

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