Purchase London Wine Week 17 Dollars Wristband, Taste Wine by Glass or Flight for 9 Dollars in over 130 Restaurants and Bars

From June 2 to June 8, 2014, London Wine Week gives you the opportunity to taste a variety of wines in some 130 bars and restaurants around London.

Purchase a wristband for 10 British Pounds ($16.76) and you get following opportunities:

"Buy a wristband for access to the self-guided Wine Tours and enjoy fantastic wine by the glass or flight for just £5 each ($8.38) in more than 130 of London's best bars and restaurants."


Visitors and exhibitors at London Wine Fair get a bit more.

They benefit from no corkage fee offer on French wines (4 bottles limit) at Le Pont de la Tour and no corkage fee offer on U.S wines (4 bottles limit) at Avenue Restaurant (closed on Sundays) 

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