Our extensive wine list showcases over 150 wines from different regions of the globe. Whether you are a novice or a connoisseur, we have something for everyone.


OUR Sommelier

Originally from the picturesque wine region of Portugal, Douro, Pedro has been in London for over 10 years and has been with us here at The White Onion since we opened our doors in 2015. Always attentive to new wine discoveries, he will be on hand to assist you in carefully selecting the perfect wine for you!

Explore our current wine list


We are proud to regularly host Wine Dinners in our gorgeous private dining room, taking our customers through a gastronomic tour of some of the most celebrated wine regions of the world.

A collaboration between our celebrated chef, Frédéric Duval and the knowledgeable Pedro Borges will celebrate different regions with a collection of stunning wines with five-course menu to match.

We are delighted that our Wine Dinners are hugely popular and tickets (all-inclusive) sell-out very quickly. 

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As Spain is a country with a long history in wine, we want to portray how it is a vibrant wine nation with vast diversity.

There are Atlantic and Mediterranean influences and microclimates that stretch from the heights of volcanic mountains down to sea level.

With exciting wines being discovered outside the traditional regions, we will be combining both, classic and emerging regions, in one evening.





Although only in very recent times, Austria has been increasingly capturing international attention with its expressive wine styles,
viticulture though, pre-dates both Christianity and Romans.

Most people are still not aware that Austria produces exciting and excellently high quality wines from both white and red grape varieties but here, we are huge fans.

Austria’s array of intensely pure wines have their own distinct personality and we are delighted to show you “one of the world’s best keptsecrets” as Jancis Robinson has previously described it.



Languedoc-Roussillon is the world’s biggest wine region,
stretching from the Rhône valley to Spanish border.

The region is seen as France’s New World, rejuvenating itself with the introduction of the Vin de Pays classification which enabled producers to experiment with grape varieties other than the ever present Carignan.

What we love about Languedoc-Roussillon is how it produces a full range of wine styles from whites, reds and rosés to delightful sweet wines which gives us plenty to talk about.