Easter: season of renewal and rebirth. Not to mention the two bank holidays - yay! We've emerged blinking into the spring sunlight after the hectic winter trade tastings, ready to share our freshest discoveries and retro revivals. Don't worry - we'll pass on the Blue Nun.
April may be the cruellest month, but we're ready to revel in wines chosen to celebrate the month of fools, Shakespeare and St George. Fear not, sirrah. No jingoistic bull. Just some delicious bottles to toast the bawdy bard's birthday (sack, anyone?) and a romp round the patronages of our gallivanting saint (we'll kick off in England, thence to Portugal, Catalonia and beyond!).
Let's get quizzical! Join us for our always-popular boozy quiz, eight wines and some delicious nibbles. No wine knowledge required - just a few rounds of irreverent questions and some vinous prizes at the end. We give you guidance and top tasting tips along the way.
Join Clement & Black at Brown & Green, our gorgeous new venue in Crystal Palace.
This Christmas, we're bringing our most-loved tasting format to SE19: Posh vs Plonk. Down with prejudice! Let's taste delicious party gluggers against some seriously special fine wines and see what comes out tops.
This is a chance to taste and snap up some characterful bargains that'll bring joy and value to your seasonal drinking.
In our final Honor Oak outing before Christmas, we’re dusting off our favourite posh vs plonk format. We'll be pitting Christmas party gluggers against seriously special wines to drink with your nearest and dearest. Which will be left holding a lump of coal and which will get the festive crown? You decide!
Tickets for our Christmas in Crystal Palace tasting on 14th December are on sale now
Join us to explore the heady joys of Italian autumn. Brambly reds with a smack of the forest, cool citrussy whites with a whiff of truffle. Throw in the shocking green of the season's virgin olive oil, and you have a full, delicious tricolore. Come and taste it with us!
Let's take a dive into some lesser-known wines. Some made from from esoteric grape varieties others hail from countries you may not associate with winemaking. Without the big names and the glitzy reputations, these wines offer superb value for money. You’ll fall in love with them faster than you can say Inzolia.
We pit swish, spenny garden-party numbers against top value, lounge-in-the-park guzzlers. What does good summer value really taste like? Which wines win the battle of posh vs plonk? You decide.
At this tasting the Old World, bastion of tradition and bureaucracy, faces off against the New World, renegade upstarts, free from red tape. Like Game of Thrones, but with less sex (soz), more wine (unless you're Tyrion Lannister) and just as much intrigue (promise).