At OAK N4 we stock more than 180 wines by the bottle, to drink-in or take-away. 30 or so of these are available by the glass. Our wine list is continuously reviewed with new wines added regularly. Winemakers often drop by to run wine tastings and and if you happen to be here you could be part of discovering new wines for our list.
To accompany your wine we offer a selection of mixed antipasti platters, sardines, mussels, nuts, olives and fresh bread.
We run scheduled and ad hoc events at OAK N4. Our scheduled bite size informal tastings -so called ‘Wine Flights’ – are every first Tuesday of the month. These are relaxed and fun introductions to wine tasting. If you are looking for something more bespoke contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll be happy to help.
Check out what is on this month here.
But then…any evening could turn into an impromptu tasting of wines at OAK N4 so make sure you always have your nose, eyes and taste buds at the ready.
Our 180 or so different wines come from all over the world. We choose from a broad array of wines that best match their region. For example you’ll find our Rieslings come from Germany or Australia’s Eden or Clare Valleys but never from Spain. This is because we believe there is reason – be it climate, tradition or grower’s knowledge – for a grape to be at its best. We change wines by the glass every quarter so you will never get bored by the same old Sauvignon Blanc.
Ceramic artist and maker, Ruben was born in Asturias, a province in the north of Spain, and his work echoes the beauty of that region. The area is a mixture of rugged cliffs, lush vegetation and wild, unspoiled beaches. The colours and textures he us
Guerrieri Rizzardi makes full use of the region’s best native grapes - Corvina, Corvinone, Garganega - but also plant other Italian and International grape varieties including Barbera, Sangiovese, Merlot and Chardonnay due to their suitability to the
At OAK N4 we like to tell you about different varieties and producers and take you on little forays into new-ness. This time around we are introducing wines from places like Oregon, Greece and Georgia. Here are three temptresses from our recently
The best way to learn is to experience it at the same time. This is what makes us different. You can stop by to take-away a bottle for dinner, or you might drop in for a glass or two after work or sit in on one of our wine tastings. We help our customers to feel comfortable to talk about the wines they like, and to be open to finding out more. Our bite-sized and in-depth wine tasting sessions are really relaxed and put together so you can learn a bit or just have a good time, with friends.
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