Wine Bars in London

With so many wine bars lurking in 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, a great atmosphere and exceptional service. So whatever your budget, desired location or type of night, check out our recommendations for the best wine bars in London. 

 

Last updated on 20th November 2018




Humble Grape Fleet Street

65 user reviews 4

Th team behind Battersea's favourite wine bar now open a new waterhole in the heart of London's financial district. The Humble Grape brings the City's busy workers a sleek, elegant and characterful bar stocked with 30 of the finest grape-based treats available. With a capacity of over 200, and an opulent private hire room, it's perfect for a big night out with all your wine-loving friends. Check out their spots in Liverpool Street and Islington for more of the same delicious wine.

Balls Brothers Mayfair

36 user reviews 4

Happy Hour 5-7pm Everday!

With a premium Happy Hour of 50% off drinks and a plush, modernised interior, Balls Brothers Mayfair Exchange is a fantastic place to enjoy your favourite tipple in absolute style and comfort, topped off with some of the most delicious wines from across the globe.  

If you're looking for the best London wine bars, you have to take into consideration your surroundings. Not only does M Restaurant offer a deliciously wide range of wines, it even boasts its very own dedicated wine tasting area. Couple that with an interior made of lavish furnishings and deep dark tonnes and you have yourself an ideal place to drink wine.

Jamies Suffolk Lane

55 user reviews 4

£20 bottle of prosecco and 10 other offers

Wine, glorious wine. If you're a city dweller and you haven't discovered the underground haven that is Jamie's Suffolk Lane, 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. 

Willy's Wine Bar

135 user reviews 4

Bottle of Rioja Reserva Vina Albina £33 and 8 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.

The Bunghole Cellars

42 user reviews 5

Mix and Mash + Glass of Wine for £14.95.

This suave and stylish wine bar just a short walk from Chancery Lane and Holborn is a top spot if you're looking for after work drinks in the city. With a stunning wine selection, Bunghole Cellars also offers cocktails, craft beers and a delicious food menu.

Champagne Charlies

173 user reviews 5

Mix and Mash + Glass of Wine for £14.95

A cosy wine bar located beneath the arches of Charing Cross, come to Champagne Charlie's for fresh British food and a crisp glass of wine. It's a shoo-in for after-work drinks, and the host of private dining rooms come complete with all kinds of antiques and quirky trinkets

The Refinery CityPoint

144 user reviews 4

Treasure yourself and 1 other offer

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. 

All Bar One O2

49 user reviews 5

All Bar One is known for offering fantastic wines across London, and it's finally making its way to Greenwich. Bringing the same brand of style just steps away from the O2, chill out on the plush chesterfield sofas and feast on their fantastic, international menu. All while sipping some delicious wines!

Whether you're a novice or a connoisseur when it comes to vino, Bedales' Wine Tasting Workshop at Borough Market is a quirky, off-beat approach to wine-tasting that caters to all! Head down to take part in two hours of tasting whilst tucking into some light nibbles. And if you're super serious about your wine, head down to Leadenhall to take part in theWine & Spirit Education Trust's tasting class for a wine-tasting qualification!  

The Boot and Flogger

225 user reviews 5

Mix and Mash + Glass of Wine for £14.95.

One of London's first real wine bars, this old-school offering in London Bridge brings you hearty grub and a fantastic drinks list. Head down for after work drinks or a low key date night and chill out in the cool and comfortable spot.

The Jones Family Project

27 user reviews 5

With a fantastic range of wines on offer, The Jones Family Project is a first class pit-stop if you're after a glass of vino in East London. With a stunning interior, this Shoreditch bar has a really relaxed vibe. Visit between 5pm and 7pm from Monday to Saturday and the house wine is half price, just another reason to visit The Jones Family Project.

Valentine's Weekend and 5 other offers

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!

King's Head Roehampton

111 user reviews 4

You've caught us; we've snuck a gastropub into this list of wine bars in London, but just hear us out a second… Not only one of the most relaxed and chilled out drinking dens close to Richmond Park, this historic boozer also features a stunning wine list with affordable options from throughout Europe, America, Australia and South Africa.

Davy's Wine Vaults

73 user reviews 5

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.

68 and Boston

637 user reviews 4

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.

Davy's at Canary Wharf

64 user reviews 4

Mix and Mash + Glass of Wine for £14.95.

With a history for the finest quality wine that dates back to 1870, you just know a bottle has earned its spurs if it's got that Davy's stamp of approval. Select between a list of hand-picked, independent wines at this stylish riverside bar, there's a space for al fresco antics come the warmer months.

Oddbins Events

1 user review 5

Private Hire Special

Offering something cooler to your average wine tasting event in London, Oddbins come onto the scene with their bespoke party packages in tow. Come to a venue near you, or hosting at one of their own sites you can enjoy an evening of the best wine swilling with some added extras of quizzes, games and even prizes. Because drinking wine just isn't fun enough (even though it is).

Head down to Leicester Square where you'll find All Bar One, your next bar hangout. Whether you want to sit around and catch up with friends in a cosmopolitan surrounding, eat some classic British pub food after work or sip a fantastic bottle of wine, you'll find something to love here.

While there's a lot of wine-based reasons to head to Humble Grape – such as their 30 different glasses and 400+ bottles to sell that are biodynamic and from sustainable vineyards - the bar itself is great to visit thanks to its interior made from reclaimed winemaking materials and menus created from recycled crushed grapes.