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Humble Grape’s Proud and Diverse Wine Flight

Tuesday 04th Jun 2024 |

This June, Humble Grape will be raising a glass to love and pouring some joy across London with a fabulous celebration of Pride Month!

Introducing the Proud and Diverse Flight – a vibrant selection of four sensational wines handpicked by the enthusiastic and diverse team, available all month long for just £16.50.

Humble Grape’s philosophy of “loving the wine, not the label” resonates deeply with the spirit of Pride. In a world where diversity is our greatest strength, it’s essential to honour and embrace every unique identity, regardless of sexual orientation, colour, creed, or gender expression. The Proud and Diverse Flight is Humble Grape’s celebration of the beautiful diversity that makes the wine community and London so special. Each exceptional wine tells its own unique story, much like the individuals who picked it. 

Bacchus 2023, Knightor Winery, Cornwall, England – chosen by Nicolas Quero at Humble Grape, Fleet Street. 

“This wine is perfect for those sun-soaked days and warm evenings, and ideal for celebrating Pride Month. I’m very glad Humble Grape introduced me to a wine I never expected to enjoy. That’s why I recommend being more open-minded, even with wine.”

Lazar Allure Grand Cuvee, 2020, Tikves, North Macedonia – chosen by Karan Singh at Humble Grape, Canary Wharf.

“A proud winemaker (and hidden gem) from North Macedonia. Besides using the latest technology in winemaking, passion has always been the core of this family-run winery since they started in 2001. This wine is a blend of Chardonnay and Malvasia which is a unique combination.”

Vinyes Ocults Malbec / Cot 2022, Uco Valley, Mendoza, Argentina – chosen by Caren at Humble Grape, Humble Grape, Fleet Street.

“A proud grape hailing from the diverse grape-world of Verona Italy, Corvina shines in the making of quality Valpolicella wines, particularly their King, Amarone. This “Baby Amarone” from the family-run Tezza Winery, has a soft richness and has a younger, fresher expression of its big bro.”

Lazar ‘Erigon’ Kratosija, 2017, Tikves, North Macedonia – chosen by Ana at Humble Grape, Fleet Street.

“Lazar winery says “hello” from sunny Macedonia! Made from indigenous grape, Kratosija is like a Chanel little black dress accompanied by a fine pearl necklace in a bottle. Deep rouge colours in the glass take you to juicy red fruits at first, with the following mineral touches and finishing with

putting you on a “pillow” of soft tannin.”

The Proud and Diverse Flight will be available throughout the whole of June at all Humble Grape wine bars – Battersea, Canary Wharf, Crouch End, Islington, Liverpool Street and Fleet Street. 

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