Mention a Kiwi garage sale and I think early morning starts, cruising around never before ventured streets, and rummaging through someone else’s junk to find your little treasure. Not exactly a scintillating weekend activity, but put those memories to one side because on Sunday 14th December, there’s a garage sale you most definitely will want to attend.
The New Zealand Cellar is hosting a Wine Garage Sale, a brilliant wine-sale for experts and novices alike, where you can pick up some bottles of your favourite tipple from home or discover some new loves. For one day only at Brixton East, this garage sale will showcase exceptional bottles difficult to find in retailers, and sold here without the retail mark ups. Think of it as the wine-lovers answer to fashion’s sample sale, and just before Christmas it’s an excellent opportunity to buy last-minute gifts too.
Buy on the day as gifts for Christmas, or perfect food matches to your own hosting needs (samples available to try) – all at great prices and in a lively and relaxed environment. Keeping with the antipodean theme there will be complimentary coffee from Caravan and a pop-up breakfast bbq featuring sausages from Provenance Butchers in Notting Hill (both NZ owned).
The New Zealand Cellar offers a diverse selection of wines, with the aim of continuously evolving and developing as new vintages and wines become available to the market. Founder Melanie Brown has worked in the London restaurant industry for 8 years during which she played a fundamental role in developing The Providores and Tapa Room wine list to offer the largest selection of premium New Zealand wines in Europe.
Tickets are only £5, kids go for free. Get yours here.
Sunday 14th December, Brixton East, 100 Barrington Road, Brixton, SW9 7JF, 8.45am – 2.00pm
The New Zealand Cellar has kindly given us 2 double passes to give away – all you need to do is answer this simple question:
Which London restaurant has the Europe’s largest selection of premium New Zealand wines?
Email your answer to [email protected]