Following last summer’s Lake of Colour floating wine bar on Clapham Common, Campo Viejo is set to bring another #SummerofColour wine experience to London, this time in Waterloo… 

The ‘Fiesta de Color’, running from 15-18 June 2017, will see Waterloo Millennium Green (near Lower Marsh) transformed into a vibrant, multi-level pop-up inspired by Campo Viejo’s unique winery back in Rioja, Spain.

Throughout the event, Londoners will be given the chance to learn the art and science behind wine blending and experiment with different grapes, test their taste buds and even take home a bottle of wine made to their exacting requirements. Guests can also discover how to perfectly pair street-style tapas with four of Campo Viejo’s delicious wines.

With a balcony bar overlooking the London cityscape, a cool roof made from coloured ribbons and even a robot that will pour your wine (called the Tropism Well, this 10ft interactive sculpture automatically bows to fill your glass when you’re near it!), this place is bound to leave a lasting impression.

Open Thurs-Fri 4pm-11pm and Sat-Sun 12noon-11pm. Admission is free, the Wine Blending Masterclass is £20 and the Food and Wine Pairing Masterclass is £25 

Baylis Road, Waterloo SE1 7AA; 


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