Get your weekend started right with Damncheeky Wines at Netil Market!
WHERE: Netil Market E8 3RL (near London Fields)
WHEN: EVERY SATURDAY 11am - 7pm.
Choose from a seriously-fill-your-boots selection of French, Spanish, and New World wines.
Wines are available by the glass or by the bottle.
There's even covered seating!Plus impressive platters of cheese and savoury small plates.
For those in the know, Netil Market is the little market near Broadway Market and London Fields. Enjoy heartier fare from amazing street food vendors like Bao, Luppolo Pizza, Morty's Mac and Cheese and more!
We had a great time at our previous pop-up wine bar in Dalston. Take a look!
Hemingway one said his only regret was that he did not drink enough wine.
Our motto? Drink boldly and snack proudly. To help you do both, Damncheeky Wines presents its roving bar and snackery.
Taste gorgeous wines from artisan, family-owned wineries-by the glass, and by the bottle-alongside wines rich in stories. For example, Fabien Jouves's 'You F*ck My Wine' (we imagine a very French Robert De Niro holding his fist high in the vineyards).
Our Kingsland Road space has ambiance without being fussy. Think Brooklyn Cool meets Dalston eccentricity. During the day, it's a wine shop with loads to taste (and very reasonably priced...).
At night we bust out the good stuff and cheese. Grueyere gougeres, blue cheese popovers, cannellini crostini, and more! The list is as inventive as it is unpretentious. Because that's how drinking should be. Down-to-earth. Fun. And without regrets.
WHERE: 93 Kingsland Road E2 8AG
WHEN: 13th - 17th July from 12pm-10pm
We're hosting a market stall at Fenchurch Street Station's Valentine Market!
Come find a glorious selection of Spanish and French and unexpected beauties from South Africa and Australia. Gorgeous reds and zesty whites galore!
And of course, it wouldn't be Valentine's Day without some bubbly! You'll find Prosecco by the bottle and gift boxes with lovely flutes and all. There's even amazing organic Prosecco!
Like those bands that you hear once and know they're going to be big, Ribera del duero is Spain's next big star when it comes to wine.
And why not? Its red wines offer strong, rich flavours, at amazing value, so it's no wonder there's a growing number of fans flocking to the region.
There's much to explore as well as enjoy from local cuisine like lechazo (suckling lamb) to medieval monasteries. Towns like Aranda de Duero, Fuentelcésped, La Horra, Peñafiel, Peñaranda de Duero, Roa de Duero, San Esteban de Gormaz and Valbuena de Duero.