Finch Cafe

Finch Café in London!

Lookout London, Pure Wines has teamed up with Finch Café to bring you an all natural wine menu at the Hackney restaurant!

At Finch, “middle eastern street food meets London local ingredients,” and it’s delicious. You’re sure to love it with pure, authentic wines!


Susuru Geneva!

Susuru: A japanese word for slurping. At Susuru in Geneva, that’s what it’s all about – slurping homemade ramen noodles and sipping natural wine.

On top of that, there’s all types of Japanese comfort food, japanese tea, and of course, sake! Currently open Monday-Friday on the Raisin map 🍜 


Farmyard & Boatyard in Hastings!

In Hastings, we’ve got the spots for farm AND sea to table. Meet Farmyard & Boatyard, sister establishments on the Raisin map who are serious about sustainability when it comes to their food and wine.

Farmyard is a restaurant, wine bar, and shop in St Leonards on Sea using all local produce for creative cuisine. Boatyard is a restaurant and café bar right in the Hastings Contemporary Gallery overlooking the water, focusing on seafood and small plates! The wine lists are lined with gems from all over the world. And for those who can’t get there right away, good news, they deliver wine nationwide. Check them out @farmyardwine @boatyardhastings 🐮🐟🍇


At 6 Rue Barrelier…

It’s at 6 Rue Barrelier in Saint Leu de La Réunion, that just one year ago, Roxanne and Guillaume decided to open their restaurant, appropriately called: “Le 6.”

The place has a warm and friendly vibe, with an open view of the kitchen where Guillaume serves up traditional yet simple plates composed of healthy, extra fresh, and local products. To pair with this classic French cuisine, natural wine was the obvious choice 😏, and of course, it’s a hit! They also have excellent charcuterie and cheese boards plus craft beers to top it off. We can officially say that Réunion is at the top of the natural wine scene!


Meet Squash Club!

Meet Squash Club, delivering the dream to the District, bringing low-intervention natural wine to your doorstep anywhere in D.C.!

Justin Rose was inspired by zero-zero wine when living in Paris, and is now sharing wines from all over the world with this philosophy.

Anders Frederik Steen, Jason Ligas, Partida Creus, Las Jaras, Martha Stoumen, Le Coste, and many more to come to this big neighborhood. Find them all over the Raisin map in D.C.