If you are interested in finding out more about the growing selection of great English wine then the Wine Pantry is for you.
Located on Stoney Street, the Wine Pantry champions English wine and allows the customer an opportunity to find out exactly what is on offer from this country. With London being so cramped for space, it’s refreshing to see a space that uses practically every inch to its full capacity. The bar fitters here decided to go up rather than out, making a colourful and homely space in comparison to many other wine bars in the area.
As it is located in Borough Market, the Wine Pantry is ideal for those looking for a drink as they sample some of the food available within walking distance of the market. If you love a rich taste, we can’t recommend it enough. Not only do they source great local wines, but you can sample a full smorgasbord of delights, with cheeses and cured meats also available for sale. It’s a spot to keep in the back of your head if you ever need to find the ideal ingredients for a picnic on short notice.
For those visiting Borough Market, it might be good to know that you can actually buy a glass of wine to take around with you and have a sip on. The average cost of a glass of wine to takeaway is £5, which is quite good considering it’s central location in London.
You can keep up to date with all the latest treats coming in to the store on their Twitter. If you have any nearby wine bars we should be covering on the blog, please get in touch and let us know.