Wine List Confidential to publish fully revised 2020 guide

Wine List Confidential, the unique wine list rating service by the drinks business, will publish a fully revised guide featuring London’s top 100 restaurants for wine in May.

The 2019 guide

Due to be published in mid-May this year, in time for the London Wine Fair, the 2020 edition of Wine List Confidential will feature 100 in-depth reviews of the capital’s best restaurant wine lists.

Each restaurant will be scored on a 100-point scale, with marks awarded for the value, size, range and originality of the list, as well as the quality of service. Every entry is accompanied by a three-point summary of its key features under the ‘best for’ section.

The guide will also include features on the latest wine trends in London restaurants, as well as the recent on-trade developments and interviews with some of the industry’s well-known personalities.

Placed throughout the guide will be a series of Q&A’s with some of London’s top sommeliers where they reveal which bottle sparked their love of wine, their most annoying customer habit, and most embarrassing service experience.

To find out more, please visit the Wine List Confidential website here. You can also subscribe to the weekly newsletter here. 

About Wine List Confidential

Wine List Confidential is a unique, transparent and straightforward way to connect wine lovers with restaurants.

Using a numeric rating system, WLC allows wine lovers to quickly compare the wine offer in restaurants, whatever the food and format.

Employing a simple 100-point scale, WLC scores restaurants on all aspects of their wine offering – from pricing and service, to the range, size and originality of the selection – which is then used to create an overall score for every restaurant reviewed.

Be part of Wine List Confidential

If you are interested in a media partnership with Wine List Confidential, or have any queries regarding the product please email Alex Gibson on Alex@winelistconfidential.com

Previous partners of Wine List Confidential have included Amorim and The Portuguese Cork Association, Coravin, Château Pichon Baron and Quinta do Noval.

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