about us
Stonewines are an indie venture. Stocking over 400 wines from around the world, 40 beers from around London, and coffee from East Finchley. Every wine has a story. We like nothing better than discovering a tiny producer with just a single vineyard,  or coming across a new grape like the Susumaniello from Puglia. As the world seems to be intent on turning itself upside down, we pledge to offer best value in prices and service. We strive for sustainability in everything we do, that includes picking winemakers with a similar philosophy, we use The First Mile for our business recycling, we serve our coffee usuing ECO friendly paper cups and compostable lids. If you want to know more, just drop us a line... info@stonewines.com
next event 22nd Nov
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we've over 400 wines from around the world, and we really have tasted every single one. hellish work, but it does mean we can match a wine to your taste and we're happy to suggest food pairings too
a range of craft beers from within the M25, except the one from hertfordshire, and a couple more from the west berkshire brewery we went for local brewers as there are so many great beers in the region that it made sense to keep it local.
we stock Campbell & Syme, based in Finchley, they have a range of aromatic and full bodied roasts. you can buy a double shot coffee to take away, plus we sell beans in 250g packets, which we can grind for you if needed
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1382 high road london n20 9bh 020 8617 0976 info@stonewines.com
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1382 high road, n20 9bh 0208 617 0976
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next tasting : weds 22nd november
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access  parking is unrestricted from 10:00 on our (east) side of the road for pick ups, you are welcome to use our rear parking area by arrangement barrier free front entry access
tasting notes
here’s highlights of the wines from les caves de pyrene tasting…
louis guntrum riesling £13 germany  | off dry fruity and classic, made for a thai curry gran cerdo £10 spain | somewhere in the rioja region viura grape is an alternative to sauvignon blanc judith beck ink £14 austria red organic and natural, bright and light red  il pioniere negroamaro £16 italy puglia | organic and natural, wowed people with its’ fragrant aroma, changes by the minute, perfect with roasted veggies fatalone primitivo £18 italy puglia | sold out on the night, so must have been popular. also organic, this is full bodied, and lingers after tasting, it’s a friday night wine perfect to wind down at the end of the day.  domaine belle crozes hermitage £19 france | the wine without a story! it’s your sunday roast wine, whether red meat, or a vegetarian nut roast or mushroom pie with honey glazed vegetables, it’s smooth, dark and exudes back forest fruits also on show… chardaki chinuri £n/a georgia | chinuri is the grape, now these guys say it has hints of wild pear and peppermint, i’d throw in a wild boar and the forest floor. this is the kind of wine you’d expect to find 200 years ago when trekking between remote georgian mountain top villages. rustic, indeed!
last event
phil from les caves de pyrene (right) 10 wines of mostly organic and natural origin plus the mad georgian white that looked like it was on fire whites included the anarchist rioja winemakers’ anti capitalist rant, the alicante farmer who bought a vineyard to prevent the land from being built upon, the sicilian orange, and a plain old crozes hermitage that doesn’t have a story. 
with david from louis latour. whatever’s on show, you can bet there’ll be something sparkling, something from burgundy and something new world we’re delighted to welcome david back for his third tasting this year! almost a regular! as usual, the event is free and you are welcome to drop by any time from 6 to around 8pm
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