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Wine Bar Lover? Where not to miss

Wine bars nearby to enjoy a glass or two

Following on from the theme of last week’s blog regarding Dog Friendly Pubs and Wine Bars in the area, we will be looking at a list of some great wine bars in LondonBerkshireOxfordshire, and Buckinghamshire.

The months of lockdown have been long and trying, and hopefully as we start to move back towards normality we will all rediscover our adventurous spirits. As with many other wine lovers out there, I shall be searching all over for new places to visit. English vineyards, Wine bars, Restaurants and much more will be on my radar. With so many unique and wonderful places to try, I can’t wait to get going.

Wine Bars Aplenty

To help our wine loving readers and customers decide where to call on, I have taken the time to put together a list of wine bars. Below there are a variety of options to quench your thirst. Hopefully some of which are in your local area, and others perhaps further afield for those feeling intrepid. The majority of them should be opening their doors again in July, following the government’s advisory position.


  • Gordon’s Wine Bar
  • New Street Wine
  • Noble Rot Wine Bar
  • St Pancras Champagne Bar
  • Boyds Grill and Wine Bar
  • The Drop Wine Bar
  • Antidote Wine Bar
  • Terroirs Trafalgar Sq.
  • The Remedy Wine Bar & Kitchen


  • The Tasting House in Reading, where you can also taste Stanlake Park’s wines, as they are within our stockists
  • Bar Fifty Six in Wokingham
  • Veeno in Reading
  • Stanlake Park Wine Estate in Twyford


  • The Oxford Wine Café
  • Sandy’s Piano & Wine Bar Oxford
  • Pompette
  • Caffè Ethos


  • Origins Wine Bar
  • Temple Street Wine Bar
  • Dukes Wine Bar
  • The Garage Restaurant and Wine Bar

Beat those lockdown blues

Don’t forget that some of these bars, although closed during lockdown, are still doing deliveries. So if you’d like a taste of what they have to offer from the comfort of your own home, then check out their websites for options.

You can also visit our own Wine Bar and Garden at Stanlake Park in Twyford. We should reopen on July 4th and would be operating following social distancing standards. Not only do we sell wine… of course! You can also enjoy a glass of wine, beer, cider, soft drinks or coffee, together with a variety of snacks and nibbles. 

More wine bar recommendations?

As always, we would love to hear from you too. Are there any other wine bar recommendations that you could make? Any secret gems that you would be happy to share (don’t worry if you want to keep them to yourself, we understand!)? You can tell us all about your favourite places in the comments below.

We hope that you are staying safe, and look forward to welcoming you at Stanlake Park.

Wine lover working in viticulture, enjoys reading classic books and staying in shape.