Andaz London Launches 1901 Wine Lounge

New East London Wine Lounge Near Shoreditch

Andaz London Liverpool Street is expanding its existing portfolio of bars and restaurants with the launch of the 1901 Wine Lounge. This new East London space features a selection of international wines available by the glass and bottle from a host of established vineyards and lesser known producers. 


Designed for both connoisseurs and casual drinkers, the Lounge has an impressive list of over 160 wines and is focussed on making excellent vintages accessible to all, with an intrepid selection of 18 wines available by the glass. Guests will be able to experience more exclusive offerings and explore the produce of unchartered regions, such as the Spanish ‘Sacred Shores’ of Ribeira Sacra and Alto Adige in Northern Italy. 


1901 Wine Lounge offers guests a chance to experience more exclusive offerings and explore the produce of unfamiliar European regions, as well as a strong Austrian line-up which embraces different grape varieties.


The team at the Lounge are made up of passionate wine aficionados that are on hand to advise, and are fuelled by the belief that wine drinking is intended to be fun for all and not an exclusive experience for the few. 


Small plates and sharing platters will feature on an ever-changing food menu, with each dish created to pair perfectly with the Lounge’s wine list. Devised by Head Chef Sam Dunleavy, this season’s offering includes Slow Cooked Beef Bourguignon Croquettes, Cured Loch Fyne Salmon with Crispy Salmon Crackling and Dedham Vale Venison Sliders. 


Locally sourced cheese boards, from neighbouring cheesemongers Androuet at Old Spitalfields Market will also feature on the food menu as well as charcuterie boards. For those who need a little help when it comes to pairing, a selection of wines by the glass have been matched to perfection with individual artisan cheeses. 


Located in the heart of the City and the creative Shoreditch scene, the 1901 Wine Lounge has a relaxed, inviting interior with a warm colour palette and industrial finishes. Befitting its atmospheric surroundings within the hotel, the new space will be a stylish cocoon with a mix of cosy armchairs and high tables. A central island counter will provide room for individual and group wine tastings and elaborate displays, adding to the laid-back, casual feel. 


1901 Wine Lounge Manager, Adam Varga, believes that the new venture will allow guests to explore and experiment with wine: “By ensuring wine is accessible and allowing our customers to make informed decisions about what to drink, we hope to give guests an enjoyable and illuminating experience.”


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