Encouraged by the success of their wine-driven pop-up in Shoreditch, Michael and Charlotte Sager-Wilde have gone permanent with this venture in a one-time East End boozer. Wooden blinds, subtle retro-industrial lights and architectural salvage are used to create a stylish den for design-literate oenophiles – check out the bar counter made from Victorian cast iron and glass-brick pavement insets. To drink, anticipate a daily line-up of top-notch bin ends and unusual appellations available by the bottle or glass. Prices start at £27.50 for a Sicilian Perricone red to accompany Italian charcuterie platters, while £6 gets a glass of good-to-find Txakoli de Getari by Bodegas Rezabal – a complex Spanish Basque white that cries out for one of the owners’ signature cheese toasties. A trio of craft beers also puts in an appearance, but Sager & Wilde is really all about enjoying fine wine.
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