The Financial Times reports on the plethora of elegant and unique wine bars in London. Perfect timing for the ongoing London International Wine Fair. One of the most popular is 20°-50° Wine Workshop and Kitchen at 140 Fetter Lane. Some of them specialize in particular wines, such as Italian, at the Degó Wine Bar (pictured here) on Great Portland St. And the new Capote y Toros at 157 Old Brompton Rd offers over 100 sherries by the glass. I can’t find a link to the article, but here are the names of some of the wine bars mentioned in the article: Artisan & Vine; Bar Battu; Bar Pepito; Barrafina; Brawn; Chabrot Bistrot d’Amis; Dehesa; Finborough Wine Café; The Fulham Wine Rooms; Galoupet Restaurant and Wine Bar; Green & Blue; The Kensington Wine Rooms; Polpo; Salt Yard; Terroirs Wine Bar & Restaurant; Texture; Vinoteca Wine Bar & Shop.
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