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We have over 400 bottles of wine available in our wine arch … we’re here to advise you on the perfect bottle. We offer 10% off 6 bottles or more, 15% off 12 bottles or more, and we’ll deliver for free to any London postcode, with a nominal cost further afar. Get in touch for our latest wine list, or email  / call for advice.

We are an independent wine shop and bar based underneath a railway arch in Forest Gate, East London, we promise to bring you the most delicious wines available in the UK; focussing on minimal intervention, organic, biodynamic and natural wines.




Mixed Natural: £169.90 for 12 bottles

These are some of the best ‘natural’ wines we’ve enjoyed this year that we think represent outstanding value for money. You may notice a high-Spanish influence, but they are quite pioneering in the natural wine movement and continue to offer amazing value. These are all intensely enjoyable, wonderful wines that are produced with minimal intervention in the vineyard and winery along with minimal, if any, sulphur additions.

Soave Castelcerino, Cantina Filippi, Veneto, Italy 2015  [x2]
Vibrant, aromatic and mineral-charged.

Intellego Chenin Blanc, Swartland, South Africa 2013  [x2]
Super-cool Jurgen is making super-cool Chenin.  Lifted, elegant and so classy.

Invader Orange, Eschenhof Holzer, Wagram, Austria 2016  [x1]
The grape Muller-Thurgau is flexing its stuff as a great introduction to orange wine..

Purulio Blanco, Purulio, Andalucia, Spain 2016  [x1]
Robust, elegant and (most importantly) downright delicious. A show-stopper of an orange wine!

Cerro Encinas Monastrell, Marenas, Andalucia, Spain 2015  [x2]
Rich, alive and oh-so gorgeous…

Peligres Tinto, Bodegas Bernabe Navarro, Alicante, Spain 2014  [x2]
We’re all about Bodegas Bernabe, not Benidorm withthis cheeky number from Alicante.

Casa de Si, Pablito Garnacha, Aragon, Spain 2015  [x2]
A long-term favourite of ours, a natural choice, for our natural box.

We thought a little bit of Christmas tradition is appropriate so we’ve included this elegant and ethereal Pinot Noir. It’s made by Christopher Santini, a gifted American winemaker based in Auxey-Duresses. Alongside his brother, they’re producing delicate and complex Hautes-Côtes de Beaune from carefully selected parcels of incredibly highly sought after vines. It has poise, finesse and grace; an uplifting experience of Pinot Noir.

Mixed Natural Case: £169.90 for 12 bottles

Soave Castelcerino, Cantina Filippi, Veneto, Italy 2015  [x2]
This vibrant, aromatic and mineral-charged wine is made from 100% organic Garganega grapes, grown at the highest point in the Soave region. Enjoy it’s juicy acidity, aromas of orchard fruit and crunchy freshness. Utter class at a very reasonable price. Forget the Soave’s of the 1990’s, this is all about quality and restraint. We are very impressed by Filippi’s unique range of wines.

Intellego Chenin Blanc, Swartland, South Africa 2013  [x2]
Super cool Jurgen Gouws is crafting outstanding old-vine Chenin in the Swartland, South Africa. This is an elegant, mineral-laden wine with outstanding acidity and finesse. A true master of minimal intervention wine, this shows the delight of natural wines at their best.

Invader Orange, Eschenhof Holzer, Wagram, Austria 2016  [x1]
What’s an orange wine I hear you say? Well, put simply, it’s a white wine made like a red wine, and of course, because it’s natural, there are no additions. Arnold Holzer’s Muller-Thurgau has been hanging out on its skins for a few weeks, (like a red-wine would), creating an aromatic wine with plenty of depth, orange spice and white pepper. A great introduction to what orange wine is and broadly appealing to boot.

Purulio Blanco, Purulio, Andalucia, Spain 2016  [x1]
Once you’ve tried Invader Orange, it’s great to try this stunning orange wine – from a field blend of ten different varietals from a vineyard situated at over 900m on the north-side of the Sierra Nevada in Granada, Spain. The wine is robust and stunningly complex for the money, would pair with so many foods, or can be enjoyed on its own. Have a broad wine mind and we promise you’ll fall in love with this wine!

Cerro Encinas Monastrell, Marenas, Andalucia, Spain 2015  [x2]
This is just a gorgeous wine! One of our favourite reds from a region that receives over 3000 hours of sunshine a year! It’s made by a talented young winemaker who believes in zero additions to his wines, his vineyards are verdant with wild-flowers and insects and there’s no added sulphur. This red is super-charged with ripe berry fruits and sweet, smoky spice, it’s rich, smooth and so gorgeous in the glass.

Peligres Tinto, Bodegas Bernabe Navarro, Alicante, Spain 2014   [x2]
Alicante maybe famous in this country for other things, but we’re all about the wines from Bodegas Bernabe rather than booze-bars of Benidorm! Grown in high vineyards in the hinterland of Alicante this is a super approachable Garnacha that balances ripe confit fruit notes with good freshness and a pleasing peppery twist; with no added sulphur, there’s nothing ‘farmyardy’ or alienating about this juicy number!

Casa de Si, Pablito Garnacha, Aragon, Spain 2015  [x2]
Pablito is a long-term favourite of ours and was a natural choice for our natural box. Grapes are hand picked from dry grown old bush vines on slate-clay soils at 700-1000m from tiny yields of Garnacha which is naturally fermented, with no additives and minimal sulphur at bottling. It has great body and is unfiltered and unfined, but this only adds to its appeal and substance. Incredibly complex for the money; a mixture of sweet and sour red and dark plum & cherries with sweet spices. Yum.


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The Fine Print
Free delivery is available to any address with a London postcode.  The minimum order for free delivery is 6 bottles.  All prices include any VAT payable.
All goods should be examined at the time of delivery. Please notify us of any discrepancies, shortages or damage within 48 hours of delivery. Damaged bottles and packaging should be kept for inspection.
To comply with the Data Protection Act 1984, we are required to inform you that we have recorded your name and address on our computer for the sole purpose of delivering the wines to your designated address.  We will not share your personal data with any third parties.
We will do all we can to provide you with the same vintage and wine that is in this offer, however if we sell out, we reserve the right to change the vintage or substitute the wine for another of equal (or higher) value.
It is against the law to sell alcohol to someone under 18 anywhere.
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It is against the law for someone under 18 to buy alcohol, attempt to buy alcohol or to be sold alcohol.
We reserve the right to refuse the sale of alcohol to an adult if they’re accompanied by a child and/or think the alcohol is being bought for the child.
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It is against the law to sell alcohol to someone under 18 anywhere

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