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Wine bars in London are ten a penny, but here is a list of ten great ones scattered all over the heart of the city, from East to West, where you can while away hours drinking your way around the world, attending tastings, or eating a slap up meal to accompany some beautiful velvety reds, or crisp, tangy whites. If you want old style glamour coupled with travel and stations, then you could do worse than head to Searcys at St Pancras Stations Grand Terrace. If you want to try tiny producers, or even a bottle from a fellow customer who may have discovered a gem on holiday and wants to sell it through a wine bar, then 28-50 degrees is for you. If you want old style London, home comfort cooking, then the Grape Street Wine Bar won't disappoint. If you want to take a bottle or two home of what you tried out over the course of the evening then one of El Vino's bars, and shops, might take your fancy. One of London's biggest wine bars, and sellers is Vinoteca. Many of the wine bars in London are located on or near the river, and that's because the cellars beneath them that have been storing wine for over 100 years are perfectly acclimatized for the job. Cheers and bottoms up!