020 7248 1892
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020 7929 7224
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74/82 Queen Victoria Street EC4N 4SJ
020 7248 1892
Our kitchen offers everything from tasty sharing dishes to a full a la carte menu, which changes on a regular basis to ensure the finest and freshest seasonal ingredients are used – making it an ideal venue for anything from intimate dinners to large business events, whilst the extensive wine selection will satisfy the most discerning drinker.
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Enjoy a glass in the wood-panelled bar and shop, pop up to the first floor for a bite to eat, or hire a private room on the second floor for celebrations, business meetings or a tutored wine tasting.
The range of wines is extensive, from Old World classics to New World ingénues, and the Fox team are dedicated to finding you the right wine for any and all occasions.
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9/10 Bulls Head Passage – Leadenhall Market – EC3V 1LU
020 7929 7224
19-21 Sicilian Avenue WC1A2QH
A Wine Bar, Shop & Tasting Cellar, with open air seating in a beautiful pedestrian avenue, it is the perfect place for the people of Holborn to relax, have a glass and a bite to eat, or pick up a bottle or twelve for later.
Alongside an extensive range of both everyday and fine wines, we offer a tasty selection of Canapés and small plates, including the glorious house made sausage rolls and pork pies – checkout our sample menus below!
Our intimate tasting cellar is available for private hire – Monday to Saturday for your office party, birthday celebration or corporate event. We also host wine and food tastings throughout the year. As a special offer, there is no fee for the hire of our cellar on Mondays and Tuesdays.
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To complement our fine wine and food offerings, Planet of the Grapes and Fox Fine Wines also run wine events; Wine Dinners, Masterclasses and Private/Corporate Tastings.
These events focus on showcasing an individual producer, an entire region, or a selection of eclectic wines from all over the world.
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Our best-selling wines presented in an attractive two bottle wooden gift box and delivered anywhere in the UK*.
Ondarre Rioja Reserva – Delicious red fruits with that spicy vanilla oak you only find in top Rioja.
Tenuta del Melo Gavi – Ripe stone-fruit and honey from this biodynamic example of an Italian classic bianco.
Alain Guenau Sancerre – Our biggest selling wine! A beautifully restrained classic Loire Sauvignon Blanc.
Chateau Croix de Grezard – A really great value Lussac St. Emilion with loads of dark fruit and notes of cedar.
Georges Rimbert Chablis 1er Cru – A beautifully dry Chablis from the 1er Cru Van Ligneau Vineyard.
Cabutto ‘Tenuta La Volta’ Barolo – Full-bodied traditional Barolo from an old school estate. A proper winter wine!
Moingeon Puligny Montrachet le Trezin – From the highest vineyard in Puligny, racy acidity and minerality seamlessly combine with beautifully judged oak.
Haut-Beychevelle Gloria – St Julien is perhaps the classic left-bank Bordeaux, and the 2015 vintage is the best yet from this five hectare property.
We’ve done all the hard work and carefully selected six wines to cover your entire Christmas dinner. All you have to do is open and enjoy!
Our six best-selling wines all in one great value case!
An upgrade for those wanting to that themselves and their loved ones! Six top wines at a great price.
*All gifts can be delivered anywhere in the UK through our trusted courier. Delivery charges may apply. To guarantee your gift is delivered by Christmas we ask that all orders are placed by Friday 13th December 2019.
Harewood Estate Denmark Pinot Noir 2018
Western Australia’s Great Southern region isn’t as well known as Margaret River, but it concedes nothing to it’s illustrious near neighbour in terms of quality, and for cool climate varietals, such as Riesling and Pinot Noir, it probably has the edge. Frankland River, Mount Barker and Denmark are the best-known sub-regions and it’s from the last of these; the more maritime Denmark, that this Pinot Noir hails. It has taken Australia a while to get the hang of Pinot Noir; virtually every good example comes from a new cool-climate region close to the sea and this is no different.
Harewood Estate’s Denmark Vineyard was planted in 1988; pre-historic in Great Southern terms, but it was in the early 2000s that Howard Park winemaker James Kellie finally bought the estate, having worked for a number of years as a consultant to the previous owner. His Denmark Pinot Noir is a blend of the original Harewood Vineyard and the cooler, higher-altitude Apricus Hill vineyard, planted in 1995. The style bridges the divide between old and new world styles of Pinot Noir; the fruit is ripe without being jammy, and the structure is present without needing to be aged. More impressively, it’s astonishingly good value, especially at a 20% case discount!
Montemaggio Chianti Classico 2013
Fattoria di Montemaggio isn’t the easiest place to get to, unless you’ve got a four-by-four. Turn off the main road by the famous Butcher’s in Panzano and follow the medieval road towards Radda-in-Chianti. The road climbs, weaves and turns to a track and, after about twenty minutes, if you haven’t taken a wrong turn, you arrive at Montemaggio. The estate’s isolated location has proved a godsend; whilst vineyards near the valley floor are becoming too warm for the Sangiovese grapes, Montemaggio, at around 600 metres, still produces wonderfully typical Chianti; all cherry fruit, palate-cleansing acidity and balsamic notes.
Despite the remote location, owner Valeria and winemaker Ilaria have turned Montemaggio into a hive of activity, with cookery courses, art classes and fashion photoshoots running alongside the more usual activities for a winery, but it is in the vineyard and winery that the greatest changes have been made; the vineyards have been converted to organic production and ancient Tuscan varieties have been planted, and the length of time the wine spends maturing in bottle has been increased. The current release, from the excellent 2013 vintage, is approaching maturity, at a time when most producers are moving on to 2017. A blend of 95% Sangiovese and 5% Merlot, this is proper Chianti; a wine meant to accompany food.
Granbazan Albariño Ambar 2017
The wines made in the astonishing aqua-marine palacio of Granbazan, near Cambados, in the Rias Baixas region of Galicia are classic examples of this fashionable variety. One of the original wineries in the region, Granbazan has recently been bought by the owners of Bodegas Baigorri; a new-wave Rioja producer, but their plan for the winery is more evolution than revolution. Granbazan is an old-fashioned place, in the best sense of the phrase, and the traditions (including the wonderfully retro labels) aren’t going to disappear any time soon.
A lot of modern Albariño is too ripe for my tastes; the variety should have a streak of ‘nervosity’ to accompany the fruit. Granbazan Ambar is steely, but with the extra depth, richness and complexity that comes from time spent on its lees. The wine is entirely fermented in stainless steel, with bright citrus and crisp apple flavours, and with a tinge of white honey and freshly cut white flowers on the finish. Most people don’t realise that top-quality Albariño can age. Buy a case, drink 11 bottles and put one away for a couple of years; the results might surprise you!
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