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Spring Wine highlights

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    By Zeren Wilson

  • Wine borough market bar domaine le ecu london bridge

    Muscadet is the future for savvy white drinkers, and this is one of the best: “Chock full of personality! Edgy and dense and pungent…so unlike most Muscadets.” – Jancis Robinson MW

  • Pauly purist riesling drinks borough market wine bar london bridge

    Axel Pauly is a rising star of German wine.

  • Morgon georges descombes wine bar london bridge borough market se1

    Morgon is the Beaujolais village that can convert you to Beaujolais.

As the spring in our step returns and we saunter from A to B instead of rushing around, join us to sample some of our new wine list.

Muscadet from Domaine de l'Ecu
 — Say what? Muscadet? Yes, Muscadet is now BACK, and this time its personal. Once a by-word for naff, cheap wines, top Muscadet producers are now highly sought after by any discerning sommelier. Whistle clean, brimming with cool minerality, this is a belting food matching wine, particularly seafood. Try with our new Fish & Couscous dish or Whole sea bream, braised fennel and preserved lemon.
Dry German Riesling from Pauly — German Riesling? For real? Oh yes. Underrated for years (rightly so, the wines took a nosedive in quality for many years) the hot shot new breed are now making poised, DRY wines of great finesse and thrilling acidity. Once you pop German, you won't stop...
Beaujolais from the village of Morgon — All Beaujolais is not created equal. Morgon is regarded as the top village, making wines of deeper structure and concentration than the rest of the region. Georges Descombes is one of the DADDIES, and when Gamay (the grape of Beaujolais) is this good, it drinks like good Pinot Noir. Think you know Beaujolais? Drink again...
We have a host of new wines on the list, which will chime and sing in the warmer months. And yes, we have buckets load of good, super pale, elegant Provençal style rosé to drink over the summer months...