ANGELICA is known for its cocktails, its rooftop bar and its impressive views across the city centre.
But now the venue is branching out with a brand new offering.
A pop-up wine bar has arrived at Angelica, aiming to bring a taste of the Val de Loire to Yorkshire.
Visitors who don’t fancy a tipple from the bar’s extensive cocktail menu can instead try an exclusive selection of wines from the region, which is known for producing characteristically fruity wines with crisp flavours.
The vineyard pop-up bar is open it until Saturday, October 24 and features six different wines.
Each one has been carefully chosen by expert tasters to highlight some of the lesser-known wines from the acclaimed French valley.
Highlights of the menu include the Menetou-Salon Cuvée le Charnay, the Domaine du Petit Métris, Clos de Midion, Anjou Villages, and the 1749 Rosé d’Anjou, Sélection Pierre Chainier.
No, we’re not familiar with those either, but we will be!
Prices start from £6 a glass or £22 a bottle.
For more information or to see the full menu, visit www.angelica-restaurant.com.