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Berry Bros & Rudd opens first pop-up wine bar

Published:  26 April, 2018

Berry Bros & Rudd is to open its first ever pop-up wine bar for London Wine Week (LWW).

Britain’s oldest wine and spirits merchant will be taking over Flat Iron Square’s Tap & Bottle for two days on 15th and 16th May, where it will be serving wine from 5pm to 11.30pm.

The bar would be serving wines by the bottle and by the glass from a “carefully curated list”, said the merchant, with the selection available including wines from the US, Germany, Spain, Italy, South Africa, France, England and Greece.

For those that want to try a new wine there will be flights, starting at £5, available to purchase in addition to exclusive flights, with special offers for LWW Festival Pass holders.

The bar will also have experts on hand to discuss and advise on the wines available.

“Bringing bottles from our historic home in St James’s into the buzz of LWW, we hope to introduce a new audience of wine lovers to the magical world of Berry Bros & Rudd and some of the interesting and exciting wines we champion,” said Geordie Willis, creative director, Berry Bros & Rudd.

Berry Bros & Rudd is Britain's oldest wine and spirit merchant and has traded from the same shop since 1698 and now also has offices in Japan, Singapore and Hong Kong, a wine school and an exclusive fine wine and dining venue.

It also has two Royal Warrants for H.M. The Queen and H.R.H. The Prince of Wales.