A Virtual Vineyard Is Coming To London For A Big, Wine-Fuelled Soirée

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A Virtual Vineyard Is Coming To London For A Big, Wine-Fuelled Soirée

For 2 nights only, Wines of Argentina are transporting guests to an Argentinian vineyard using live visuals, sounds and digital projections.

Wine-lovers will enter via a pop-up shop, which will be open to the public for off-license sales over the 2 days, and will then be taken on a immersive journey through a virtual vineyard. Taking wine tasting to a whole new level, guests will be able to discover over 140 wines, alongside a wonderful menu from renowned Argentinian chef, Lucas Bustos. The menu will consist of 4 ‘hero’ dishes, each representing the country’s most iconic wine-making regions, Salta, Buenos Aires, Mandoza and Patagonia.


And it doesn’t stop at wining and dining; the adventure continues with Guille Bones, resident DJ at Soho House and Chiltern Firehouse, who will be playing funk, soul, disco and house – all with a touch of Latin flair to stay within the theme, of course.

Barullo takes place on the 19th and 20th October (7.30pm – 1am) at Victoria House Basement, Southampton Row, WC1D 4DA. Tickets cost just £29 and include unlimited wine tastings, 2 full glasses of wine and a selection of food. 

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