The heart of the festival… Our LWW Hub has a brand new home at the glorious Flat Iron Square.
- Flat Iron Square, 64 Union Street, London, SE1 1SG
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The heart of the festival… Our LWW Hub has a brand new home at the glorious Flat Iron Square in London Bridge and we’ll be transforming their urban oasis into a wine-filled garden where you can kick back and bask in sunshine with a cold glass of something delicious in the shadow of the Shard.
The newest foodie hub in Bankside, Flat Iron Square is home to a tantalising line-up of bars, food vendors, restaurants, street food trucks, outdoor space and a live music venue. From Tuesday to Sunday of LWW you’ll find us in their garden – a partially covered yard with feasting tables, it’s own cabin and easy access to the Food Arch where we’ll be recommending pairings to all the wonderful wine partners who’ll be joining us.
The line up:
Loire Valley Wines are serving up one of their region’s most iconic varieties at the ‘Muscadet Truck’, Freixenet will be looking after your rosé cravings with its Vintage Van serving up pink ﬁzz, Pol Roger is parking up in a land rover to serve jeroboams of Champagne alongside a vast selection of their still wines, or you can start the evening with a refreshing glass of this summer’s must-have aperitif – white port and tonic – from Graham’s. Yum.
Onsite wine bar Tap & Bottle will be handing over the keys to iconic merchants Berry Bros. and Rudd for the Tuesday and Wednesday evening for their first ever pop-up wine bar, then come Thursday you can retreat from the outside world and make it your first port of call for a LWW £5 flight.
Come Friday we’ll see the return of the Rogue Terrace – always the best at bringing the vibes they’ll have DJs spinning vinyl all weekend and lashings of vermouth for you to quaff.
On top of all this – Harry and Meghan managed to time their wedding around our celebrations! We’ll be celebrating with a screening of the nuptials, a dedicated menu of fizz and cake, and a good old fashioned knees up through till the evening.
The Hub is open to all and free to attend throughout the week however Festival Pass holders will beneﬁt from a discounted price point of wines starting from just £5.