Sign up to the WLC newsletter and get 50% off 2018 guide

Wine List Confidential is offering subscribers to its free weekly newsletter a limited 50% discount offering its 2018 print guide, which details the top 100 restaurants in London for wine lovers, for just £6.

Launched last year, Wine List Confidential is a unique platform that ranks London restaurants based on the quality of their wine lists alone, using a numeric rating system that allows wine lovers to quickly compare the wine offer in restaurants, no matter what the food or format.

Following an extensive reviewing process, the 2018 Wine List Confidential guide to London’s best restaurants for wine was released in May, featuring in-depth reviews of the capital’s top 100 restaurants for wine, interviews with some of the biggest names in the business and analysis on the trends dominating London’s on-trade.

Last month, the WLC team launched a brand new website to support the Wine List Confidential platform and print guide, which offers readers not only comprehensive reviews of London’s best restaurants for wine, but a news service dedicated to London’s on-trade.

Keep up to date with the latest wine-focused London restaurant news, including new openings and best restaurants for wine in London, as well as hot tips for scouting out the best deals on food and wine, and gain insight through interviews with sommeliers, buyers and leading industry figures, analysis on wine trends and regular restaurant reviews.

LIMITED OFFER

Every week the WLC team sends out a free newsletter dedicated to London’s on-trade, delivered to your inbox every Saturday.

For a limited time only, subscribers to the newsletter will be given access to an exclusive 50% discount, offering this year’s 2018 Wine List Confidential print and digital guide to the best restaurants in London for wine, complete with in depth reviews and top wine picks, for just just £6, usually £12.

Sign up to the newsletter now to grab your copy. A link will be delivered to your inbox with this week’s newsletter on Saturday, directing you to the exclusive discount page where you can order a copy.

Alternatively, you can buy a copy of the WLC 2018 guide here.

Earlier this year, the drinks business launched the first Wine List Confidential Awards, designed to celebrate the very best restaurants for wine in London, at the London Wine Fair.

The team will also soon be publishing a further guide, detailing the most influential people in wine working in London, celebrating the people behind London’s best wine lists.

Subscribe to the newsletter here to gain access to an exclusive link to buy the print guide for just £6 – a 50% discount. 

Click here to visit the brand new Wine List Confidential website. 

For more information about the Wine List Confidential project, or on advertising opportunities in either the print guide or website, please email niall@thedrinksbusiness.com.

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