Brilliant Wine Bars in London

With so many wine bars lurking around every corner of the city, it's hard to pick out the best ones; that's why we have come up with a list of our favourite haunts that are at the top of their grape game, offering a generous selection of good quality wine, delicious cheeseboards, a great atmosphere and exceptional service. So whatever your budget, desired colour of bottle or type of night, check out our recommendations for the best wine bars in London. 




The clue is in the title with this slick little wine-dedicated spot. Humble Grape is serving cool decor, British plates and a curated wine menu at locations across London, with masterclasses and bottomless brunches also available.

68 and Boston

979 user reviews 4

Aperitivo Hour (Ground floor and lower level only of 68) and 8 other offers

If ever you were going to experiment and go for a glass of something new, 68 & Boston would be a great place to start. A cracking venture established by three of London's industry experts, this place has compiled a stunning list of wines from around the globe, each available at £20 per bottle. There's bespoke nibbles if you fancy a bite, and a sleek cocktail lounge to discover upstairs.

Unwined In Tooting

246 user reviews 5

Wine bars in Tooting may seem like few and far between, but there just so happens to be a hidden gem. Found in the heart of the iconic Tooting Market, Unwined In Tooting is a unique and casual haunt for both charcuterie and bottles of wine combined.

Willy's Wine Bar

186 user reviews 4

12 Heineken for £50 and 3 other offers

Willy's is one of the most popular and well-established wine bars in the city, bringing a global range of bottles and some traditional English charm to the non-stop Fenchurch Street. Stop by here before catching that train home and you'll find over 20 wines available the glass served by a passionate and knowledgeable bar team.

Davy's Wine Vaults

307 user reviews 4

Greenwich's very own wine bar, Davy's Wine Vaults, oozes with charm and cool cosiness where you'll revel in an impressive 100+ wines and even its additional accompanying wine store. Pull up a chair and in this elegantly wooden, wine barrel and bottle sprinkled space you'll sample a glass or two from around the globe. A mecca for wine lovers and a darling date spot, Davy's Wine Vaults is no doubt one of London's best wine bars.

The Bolthole

85 user reviews 4

Happy Hour 4:00pm - 7:30pm

Wine, glorious wine. If you're a city dweller and you haven't discovered the underground haven that is The Bolthole, then listen up. Not far from Canon Street station, this beauty is made up of brickwork arches and a charming rustic style reminiscent of some Mediterranean landscape. And what's more, they have an extensive wine list to match. Bring on the vino. 

With venues across South and Central London, this unique series of wine bars boast a striking menu of bottles and bar snacks. Whether its a date night or night with the girls, they've got the goods for every occasion.

Veuve Clicquot Champagne Trio - and 1 other offer

Offering a range of crisp and refreshing wines - as well as Europe's longest champagne bar for good measure - Searcys is a stylish restaurant and wine bar in St Pancras International station. Pull up a seat, soak in the stunning interior and get to work on sampling some of Searcy's fantastic range. You've earned it!

The Refinery CityPoint

256 user reviews 4

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The Refinery in the City of London is an all-day restaurant and bar that draws in guests with its fun, laid back atmosphere. Fitting in with its sister venues in the Drake and Morgan family, the venue serves its guests a range of seasonal and freshly produced dishes. If that wasn't enticing enough, the bar is stocked with all your favourite spirits, fine wines and ice-cold beers. 

Maremma

442 user reviews 5

Inspired by the unspoilt region of Maremma in Tuscany, this wine bar is bringing a taste of the area's authentic Italian cuisine to Brixton. Spend an evening sipping on traditional vino in the stylish spot, complete with a marble-topped bar, comfy banquettes and low lighting.

One of London's most impressive wine bars, The Amicable Society of Lazy Ballerinas takes the space that was once The Amicable Society of Perpetual Life Assurance - complete with original marble interiors and imposing ceilings. Serving a huge selection of wines from all over the world - this place is perfect for a celebratory occasion.