Since its launch in October, people have been visiting Another? Wine Bar in their droves to sample some of the 32 reds, whites, rosés and sparkling wines, which they pour themselves using special tasting machines.
Now, Sam Benjamin, owner of the Trinity Square venue, is looking forward to welcoming even more people when the champagne and prosecco garden opens on 27th April:
“Self-serve wine is a completely new concept in Nottingham, but even we’ve been surprised by its popularity,” he said.
“So far, our team has sold more than 16,500 glasses – and we’re expecting that number to increase significantly when we open our new outdoor bar.
“We’ve introduced a mix of standard and high poseur tables to create a relaxed feel in the garden, while the speed bar will help ensure people are not left waiting on busy summer days. The space really lends itself to pop-up food events and live music, and we are also planning fine wine nights, ones that focus on a particular grape and food-and-drink pairings.”
Accommodating an extra 56 people, alongside the 60 seats indoors, the garden bar offers a selection of mini prosecco, both white and rosé champagne, and a range of beers from Estrella Galicia. In addition, customers can use the wine machines and take their drink outdoors and enjoy meats and cheeses hand-picked from the British Charcuterie Company.
The expansion of Another? Wine Bar has led to the creation of two new jobs, bringing the total number to six.
Another? Wine Bar is open Wednesday and Thursday 5.30pm-11pm, Friday and Saturday 12pm-12am and Sunday 12pm-10pm. The venue is also available for private hire on Mondays and Tuesdays.