Pavilion Wine is the first to open in a brand new gourmet quarter near Sloane Square. This fine wine shop has a bright and airy tasting room upstairs to relax in and will be fully open in mid July. It is set to be joined by neighbouring artisan food shops in a stylish new enclave of gourmet and fashion boutiques at the south end of Pavilion Road, near Peter Jones.
Our story begins
Pavilion Wine is filled with adventurous bottles, and its bright interior is designed to show off original art for sale. Paintings from artist Will Guise - Marvels of Daily Life – will adorn the walls during the launch season.
Slip away from the fray of high street shopping to relax in this bright and sleek home of wines in a mews house setting. This all-in-one wine haven reflects a new generation of smart-casual wine enjoyment. Pavilion Wine is very much the place for regular visits to try a sip from a new delivery or to snap up a case of an adventurous discovery by group sommelier Ben Van de Meutter.
CONTACT & LOCATION
255 Pavilion Road, SW1X 0BP
The list is mainly French, with a selection of sharply chosen New World wines. Top end choices include a strong Champagne list; the house choice is Besserat de Bellefon Cuvée des Moines Brut. Tasting room wines change regularly and currently include:
- 2014 Macon-Verze,chardonnay Domaine Leflaive Burgundy, France
- 2014 La Foa sauvignon blanc, Colterenzio, Italy
- 2013 Carmel Road, pinot noir, Monterey, USA
Food includes cheese plates. Later in the year, a door to door wine delivery service will be offered via vintage vehicles in central London. The manager of Pavilion Wine is Tomasz Kuszneruk.
We are available for private hire.
We are fully licensed.
We can accommodate 24 seated and 50 standing for events.
We serve cheese and charcuterie from our beautiful hand made cheese trolley by Thompson and Waterman.
We hold revolving exhibitions from artists and photographers.
We open at 12 daily to 10pm.
We are located next to Peter Jones Sloane Sq
We deliver locally.
We offer case discounts.
We can source wine. Please ask Tomas