Love wine? Here are some fantastic places to go wine tasting in Birmingham.
What's better than a great wine, tasting plate, cheese platter and friends? You don't have to travel far for this experience, Birmingham has some of the finest winery cellar doors around.
Loki Wine Merchant & Tasting House Loki is the most awarded wine merchant in Birmingham where you can try 40 wines by the glass. There's over 600 wines from boutique or rare producers to choose from to drink on site or take away with you. The wine lounge provides an area to chill out in and enjoy meat and cheese platters as well as award winning gin tastings.
Monday and Tuesday 10am to 7pm
Wednesday 10am to 8pm
Thursday and Friday 10am to 9pm
Saturday 10am to 9pm
Located: 36 Great Western Arcade, Birmingham B2 5HU
Phone: 0121 212 9440
Buzzard's Valley Buzzard's Valley take pride in bringing you the best naturally grown, matured wine. Overlooking the tranquil Midland countryside a fully licenced bar and 22 hand made wooded top tables the coffee shop brings an elegance of surroundings. There's also a shop with fine cheese, wines, hampers, chocolates, gourmet gifts and much more!
Halfpenny Green Vineyards The highly experienced chefs create exciting and tasty dishes using locally sourced ingredients. A La Carte Evenings where you can enjoy three exquisite courses or simply attend for a high tea. Set in a delightful converted barn, the shop offers a fantastic choice of wines, food and gifts. Fresh deli counter offers tasty treats including local and continental cheeses, olives, oils and fresh meats and pates.
The Winery Five different dining areas all with their own unique character and ambience – from intimate booths for two, grand boardroom seating for 22 to a sit down meal for 72 the possibilities are endless.
Monday to Thursday 11am to 11pm
Friday and Saturday 11am to Midnight
Sunday 11am to 10.30pm
Located: The Winery, Manor Drive, Burton Upon Trent, Staffordshire, DE14 3RW
Phone: 01283 568170
60 stalls selling a huge range of produce to cater for everyones needs; whether it be fruit and vegetables, cheeses and wine, pies and beer, or come for lunch and try for example succulent pulled pork, pancakes, falafals and samosas.