Wine Tasting Card from £8 at Sipp London (Up to 50% Off)
- Wine tasting from 50p a sip
- Knowledgeable staff
- Near Knightsbridge and South Kensington tube stations
- Voucher for £16 or £32 worth of guided wine tasting
- Choice of 16 red wines and 8 whites and/or rosés to taste
- 25ml, 50ml, and 75ml measures
- 10% discount off first purchase on first visit
Limit 1 per person. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking opens 10 Feb 2012 at 12pm viahttp://www.surveymonkey.com/s/SippLondon only, no telephone bookings accepted. Present printed voucher on arrival. 24 hour cancellation policy. Valid Mon-Thu 6pm-8pm. Telephone bookings not accepted.All enquiries via firstname.lastname@example.org. Must be 18 or older with valid ID. Max 16 people. Cards may be used accross multiple visits. Wine must be consumed inside the premises. No wines or glassware permitted outside the shop. Company reserves the right to refuse service to anyone under the influence of alcohol. Valid on option purchased only.www.drinkaware.co.uk.
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Foxes who can’t get into vineyards say they don’t like the taste of the produce, but generally that’s just sour grapes. See the glass half full with today's Groupon from Sipp London. Choose from the following options:• £8 for £16 wine tasting voucher (Up to 50% off)
• £16 for £32 wine tasting voucher (Up to 50% off)
Savouring an encyclopedic knowledge of wine, the trained tasters at Sipp London offer a brimming cellar of intriguing bottles and guidance on drinking them. The company hosts events and masterclasses to celebrate great grapes, and its tasting machines provide a spectrum of liquid samples. Staff also provide help with gifts and parties, and stock sherry and whisky alongside their store of vintage delights.
Trained experts will help visitors’ taste buds blossom with the help of a voucher for £16 or £32 worth of wine samples from the cellars. 16 red wines and eight whites and/or rosés will be there for the supping, and sips come in 25ml, 50ml, and 75ml measures. Brandishing their tasting cards, which can be topped up at the usual price, patrons can also offer their companions a quaff of the wine.