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City to be London Wine Week hub

Devonshire Square in the City of London will serve as the hub for London Wine Week, which takes place between 18-24 May celebrating the capital’s bountiful wine offering.

Once home to the warehouse complex of the East India Company, Devonshire Square is tucked between the City and Shoreditch.

It will play host to the Nyetimber Hub, which will serve as the focal point of the festival and will also be the venue of pop-up bars including The Wines of Portugal Discovery Bar.

Participants will be able to collect their wristbands and plan their Wine Week in the Nyetimber lounge while enjoying a flute of the English sparkling wine estate’s Brut Reserve.

Carsten Lund, general manager of Devonshire Square said: “We’re excited to be hosting the London Wine Week hub and working with Nyetimber to celebrate the city’s wine offering.

“Bringing together retailers and pop-ups across London is an honour and we’re looking forward to presenting a fantastic range of wines and events in the historic location,” he added.

“The iconic square with its beautiful piazza is the perfect setting for people to begin their Wine Week tour,” added Emma Murphy, director of London Wine Week.

Wristbands are available for £10 from and give wearers access to the Wine Tours, with over 100 venues offering tasting flights for £5, bespoke wine pairing menus, corkage deals and drop-in tastings.

Among the bars and restaurants in Devonshire Square taking part in London Wine Week are: Cinnamon Kitchen, Hix City, New Street Wine Shop, The Bull and Hide, Enoteca, Old Bengal Bar and the New Street Grill, Fish Market.

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