London’s Best Wine Bars – Top 10 Wine Bars In London

Top ten London wine bars featuring Champagne & Fromage
Champagne & Fromage, Brixton


Best wine bars in London
Sip or Slurp? London’s Best Wine Bars

Let’s face it, we all love wine, well most of us do anyway. From guzzling glasses of malbec to sipping a delicate pinot gris, Londoners are spoilt for choice when it comes to drinking up the good stuff. Here’s our guide to London’s Best Wine Bars.


Vinoteca Soho


Vinoteca Soho one of London's best wine bars
Vinoteca, Soho. Photo courtesy of Vinoteca.


A well-known wine bar with several outposts throughout London, Vinoteca was started in 2005 by three founders with a passion for good food and even better wines . Although the Farringdon location is the original, the Soho outpost is our favourite. Wine lovers can explore their vast menu, which features a changing list of 25 wines available by the glass, not to mention 285 wines on the list.

53-55 Beak St

London W1F 9SH

020 3544 7411


Vino & Vino


Vino & Vino, one of London's top ten wine bars
Vino & Vino


Tucked away across from a tiny leafy park by Smithfield Meat Market, Vino & Vino is real find for those that love Italian wines. No list of London’s best wine bars would be complete without it. The wines are divided into regions and the wine list features copious tasting notes to help you discover something new. The relaxed atmosphere means the staff are friendly, very helpful and always on hand to make a few suggestions.

16 West Smithfield



The 10 Cases


The 10 Cases bills itself as an unpretentious bistrot with wine as its focus (or a bistrot du vin for the more sophisticated of you) and this is exactly what it is. Centrally located round the corner from Covent Garden, it’s a fabulous spot that never gets old. The name comes from the fact that they only ever buy 10 cases of the wines on their list so they’re constantly offering something different when you visit.

16 Endell Street,

Covent Garden

0207 836 6801


Enoteca Rabezzana


Enoteca Rabezzana one of London's best wine bars
Enoteca Rabezzana


Although relatively new (it only opened last year), Enoteca Rabezzana has already garnered itself a legion of devoted fans who will swear to it being London’s best wine bar. As the name suggests, Rabezzana is a high-end Italian enoteca (wine-shop/ bar). The food menu is notable for it’s skilfully executed Italian dishes such as Black Ink Tagliolino Pasta with Roe Mullet, Garlic and chilli. If that’s not enough to tempt you, they have over 150 wines available by the glass, thanks to their state of the art Corvine preservation system.

62-63 Long Ln,



020 76 000 266


Humble Grape


This Battersea stalwart has been shaking up London’s wine scene since 2009. Its mission is to help everyone to appreciate wine by getting rid of the pretention and letting the wine do the talking. The wines themselves come from small unheard of producers and vineyards worldwide. The Humble Grape’s attitude might be humble, but the choice of wines is not and their friendly approach means there’s always someone on hand to help you pick your next favourite tipple.


2 Battersea Rise


SW11 1ED

020 3620 2202


Champagne & Fromage, Brixton


Top ten London wine bars featuring Champagne & Fromage
Champagne & Fromage, Brixton


Set in the heart of Brixton Village, Champagne and Fromage brings the bubbles to South London. As its name suggests, the focus here is on Champagne and cheese and they do it remarkably well. In a market that is often restricted to the big names, the Champagnes here are from small growers and of the highest quality, not to mention perfect when combined with a cheese or two.

Unit 10-11 Brixton Village


0207 095 8504




Terroirs has long maintained its reputation for innovation and the ability to excite. They source their wines from small-scale, artisan producers that can be difficult to find elsewhere. The wine list is a testament to their focus on organic and biodynamic wines, making this the place to go and try natural wines in London.

5 William IV Street,



0207 036 0660


Bedales, Borough Market


London Wine Bar - Bedales of Borough
Bedales Borough Market, photo courtesy of Bedales


Testament to Borough Market’s ongoing reputation as one of the gastronomic hubs of London, Bedales should be on every oenophile’s roster of go-to wine bars. Prepare to try something a little different – their menu is a well-thought-out but eclectic selection of wines from around the world from Rieslings produced in Chile’s Elqui Valley to organically produced Catarrattos from Sicily.

5 Bedale Street



020 7403 8853


Sager & Wilde


Sager & Wilde London, best London wine bar
Sager & Wilde London, photo courtesy of Sager & Wilde.


Sager & Wilde is a beacon for oenophiles in East London. There’s two Sager & Wilde’s – one on Hackney Road and the other not so far away on Paradise Row in Bethnal Green. Wines vary day to day, but are all reasonably priced and matched perfectly with the inventive food menu.

Sager + Wilde Paradise Row

Arch 250 Paradise Row


E2 9LE

020 7613 0478

Sager + Wilde Hackney Road

193 Hackney Rd,


E2 8JL

020 8127 7330




When you call yourself a wine workshop and kitchen that takes the traditional wine experience to a new level, you ought to take your wine seriously. It’s a good thing that 28°-50° does. There are actually three 28°-50°s but our favourite is the Fetter Lane one, just off Fleet Street. Each of their 15 red wines and 15 white wines is available for the glass, carafe or bottle, so you can mix and match to your heart’s content.

28 Fetter Ln



0207 242 8877