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A Wine Winner

Half price bottles of wine at The Enterprise during January; price per bottle starts at £9.98 per bottle

 

The Enterprise in Walton Street, Chelsea is an institution that locals know and love. The staff and management are charming, the atmosphere is fun and the food and drink superlative.

 

For the whole of January, this popular neighbourhood bar and restaurant is offering its entire wine list at 50% off list price per bottle for those buying lunch or dinner. With everything from an Australian shiraz for £9.98 a bottle (normally £19.95) to Château Margaux le Pavillon Rouge for £137.50 (normally £275), there is something for everyone and we most definitely say cheers to that!

 

The Enterprise, 35 Walton Street, London, SW3 2HU. Telephone: +44 (0) 20 7584 3148.

 

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