Nestled within the grade II listed Market Hall, Barrique is a Wine Shop, Bar & Deli, located in the heart of lovely Lytham on the Fylde coast. With a vast array of wines from around the world, Barrique is a place you can come for a morning coffee with pastries, a glass of wine and a bite to eat or to stock up your wine collection. Offering a delicious array of small plates, meats and cheeses sourced from local suppliers across Lancashire, Barrique offers both sit in and take home options.
Barrique, meaning oak wine barrel, is a partnership between Jake Crimmin, Charles Furnell and Michael Robinson. Both Michael and Charles already have very successful, local businesses in Henrys Bar and Grill, Capri and the The Drunk Buffalo Club and bring an abundance of knowledge and understanding to Barrique. Jake, the former sommelier at Jamie Oliver’s Fifteen restaurant and head sommelier at Gaucho has left his post for Spanish wine producer Cordorniu, to set up as resident wine expert and manager at the Barrique.
Barrique not only offers great wines and food to have at the bar or on the terrace, but also to take home. With a wine bar and deli counter, it is the perfect place to come for lunch or to pick up a bottle for a dinner party. Barrique also has state of the art Wineemotion wine vending machines, offering wine by the glass in tasting, small and large measures, served at a perfect temperature by the wine dispenser system. Barrique will also be hosting special events and wine tastings to learn more about wine or simply to try something new.
Barrique resides within the grade II listed Market Hall, built in 1848 by the Lytham improvements commission to replace an open air fish and food market. Perfectly situated in the heart of Lytham, on the stunning Fylde Coast in Lancashire, the Barrique wine shop and bar, has a lovely outdoor terrace with seating overlooking the Lytham Cenotaph and flower gardens. The first of its kind wine shop, bar and deli in Lytham, is perfectly placed to start your day with a tasty coffee or watch the world go by with a lovely bottle of wine and nibbles.