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London Cru is central London’s first winery. With state of the art equipment and only the best grapes hand-harvested from European vineyards, our events give Londoners the opportunity to get involved directly in the winemaking process for the very first time.

It was hard to tell that they were the first few test tours - it all seemed like a well oiled machine. Adam was very informative and I thought it was a great video to see the machinery in action. To be honest it's very hard to find constructive feedback!

Rob Gates

I thoroughly enjoyed Saturday and thought it was fun, informative and you were great hosts ... definitely looking forward to trying the wines.

Fiona Lockwood

I thought the tour was very informative, and we really enjoyed the laid back approach that Gavin had with everyone. The wines had some incredible colours and flavours .... I was impressed with how clean and modern the facility looked.

Brandt Maybury

Thank you again for a fantastic day on Saturday. I really enjoyed it. It's hard to think of many ways in which it could have been improved.

Tim Andrews

Upcoming Events/

Our Wines/

  • VINTAGE '13 LDN CRU Mixed Dozen

    A mixed case of twelve bottles with three of each our 2013 wines included. A great way to add a little bit of history from London's first winery to your ...

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  • VINTAGE '13 SW6 Chardonnay

    With our 2013 SW6 Chardonnay we tried to bring a touch of Burgundian winemaking to fruit from the Roussillon, to produce a wine that is refreshing and interesting enough to ...

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  • VINTAGE '13 SW6 Cabernet Sauvignon

    Production of the 2013 SW6 Cabernet Sauvignon was, like all of our range, focused on creating a balanced wine which matched freshness with intensity of flavour and structure. Here the ...

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  • VINTAGE '13 SW6 Syrah

    The 2013 SW6 Syrah started out with one clear aim – Gavin was certain that he didn’t want to produce a blockbuster Aussie Shiraz. Instead, he was more influenced by ...

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