City Wine Cellars

+44 20 7739 7335 5-9 Kingsland Road Shoreditch Church
London, E2 8AA
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THE Four Vintners Ltd are a very well established family business, founded in 1954, we specialise in supplying a wide range of Wines, Champagnes, Spirits, Beers, Soft drinks and Cigars to Corporate Dining rooms, Caterers, Event Companies, Livery Halls, Hotels, Restaurants and Wine Bars across The City, Greater London and the Home Counties. We are an Independent Wine Merchant who guarantee a high level of personal service and professionalism. We have our own speedy van service operating from our City Wine Cellars, offering a fast, efficient and reliable service, providing free delivery within 48 hours notice in central London. For over 50 years now we have achieved a proven track record with corporate business and top restaurants and wine bars in The City and West End of London demonstrating that we are both reliable, competitive and in tune with the needs of our clients. This has won The Four Vintners Ltd many loyal customers throughout the West End and City of London. – Description from AlexJelena

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