Updated: Mar 11
While visiting London I had the opportunity to visit London's new urban winery - Blackbook Winery.
Located under one of Battersea's historic brick arches is a dynamic family business producing urban wine, with grapes collected within two hours of London. If you love wine, read on to discover more about Blackbook Winery.
London's Urban Blackbook Winery
About Blackbook Winery
After traveling around the world winemaking in California, New Zealand, France, and South Africa to name just a few, Sergio & Lynsey took the plunge, and Blackbook Winery was born in 2015.
Reaching Blackbook Winery
Traveling to Blackbook Winery couldn't be easier with connections from central London to either Queenstown Road or Battersea Park Station. There are also the following buses that stop on Queenstown Road: 156, 137, and 452.
Battersea, London ©MDHarding
Blackbook Winery Tours
Discover how Blackbook Winery processes and makes the wine within the converted Victorian railway arch. Turning the grapes sourced in East Anglia and Essex into both Chardonnay and Pinot Noir. The informal one-hour Blackbook Winery Tour is refreshing and a delicious revelation.
Blackbook Winery Tour ©MDHarding
Blackbook Winery Events
This Saturday don't miss the spring release party celebrating the first wines of 2018. There will be music, food, and of course wine! Everyone welcome.
Thursday 23rd May 2019 Blackbook Winery travels to Edinburgh to celebrate a full portfolio tasting at Smith & Gertrude. Enjoy tasting six individual English wines, whilst talking wine. A wine lovers heaven.
Blackbook Winery Collection ©MDHarding
I hope you have enjoyed reading and are inspired to visit south London's independent winery. Until next time, happy travels:) x