This Spinningfields bar is serving a festive bottomless wine brunch

Even better, there's orange mulled wine on the menu

Georgina Pellant Georgina Pellant - 12th December 2022

Provence, Spinningfields’ new all-day wine bar and coffee house has revealed its new one-of-a-kind festive tipple, spiced mulled orange wine, guaranteed to be the hottest trend (and drink on the menu) this winter.

The summer go to, has been reimagined and is now served piping hot, with an infusion of classic festive flavours like star anise, clove, cinnamon and orange zest, for £6 per glass.

Accompanying the new tipple is the launch of a brand-new bottomless festive wine brunch priced at £35 per person, available to book from 12pm – 3pm every Saturday throughout December and January.

With 90 minutes of unlimited wine (bonus: there’s a selection of up to eight wines to choose from), prosecco, beer and orange mulled wine, in addition to sharing charcuterie boards complete with a variety of cheese, meats and vegetarian options – as well as mince pies from local artisan bakery, The Flat Baker.

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If you fancy singing whilst sipping, the new wine bar, which launched with a fun approach to wine, is also offering private festive bottomless ‘wine-oke’ experiences for 6 to 11 people in the bar’s secret downstairs space, ‘The Cellar’, with the unlimited bottomless drinks offering and grazing boards for 90 minutes and you guessed it – karaoke for £35 per person.


And for those who fancy a night in, from Wednesday 14 December, Provence, is launching ‘wine on wheels’ via Deliveroo, where you can select from 80 bottled wines and ‘store items’ including cocktails, beers, olives, crisps, chocolate and Northern Cure charcuterie, as well as festive wine hampers delivered straight to your door.

Equally, if Christmas gifting is on your mind, ‘top-up’ cards for Provence’s in-house ‘wine jukebox’ are available to purchase in-store, where you can gift loved ones the opportunity to sample eight rotational premium wines by the glass (normally available only by the bottle), in addition to digital vouchers which can be purchased online to spend on all Provence experiences. 

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Anthony Ellis, founder of Provence said: “We have a slightly different approach to wine at Provence, we like to bring fun to what we do, through our no-nonsense style.

“Which is why we’ve created our one-of-a-kind orange mulled wine and taken a festive fun approach to reinvent Christmas classics.

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“Our wine-oke experience which launch in October, has been extremely popular, and what’s not to love than wine and karaoke with good friends this Christmas.”

To find out more and book, visit Provence’s website here.

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