The Wine Chambers

22nd July, 2015 | Article By Lesley Tan

The Wine Chambers is a quaint little wine shop in Front Street, Tynemouth, Tyne and Wear, which doubles as a wine bar and has the hard-working Chambers family as its owners. You may also enjoy a glass or bottle of excellent wine, Prosecco or any tipple you may wish for, on the premises. The garden is a pleasant place where you can relax in the sun and enjoy the beautiful flower displays, there is a statue of Bacchus who is the Greek god of wine, and an ancient well.

The proprietor of The Wine Chambers is Ben Chambers (hence the name) who has a real enthusiasm for quality wines. He opened The Wine Chambers because he had discovered how difficult it was to find good wines and was determined to bring them to the public. The Wine Chambers has an impressive stock of more than 500 wines, 100 fine whiskies as well as local beers, quality spirits, cigars and gifts. The ‘Wine Garden’ is located at the back of the traditional building, it is pretty, quiet, relaxing, and perfect for a lovely evening drink with family or friends. There is also seating at the front of this little wine sanctuary where you may sit and watch the world go by.

I have known, Linda Chambers, for many years through my all time best friend Christine and love to have a nice quiet drink in this little piece of paradise in North Shields. I have now met Ben, Linda’s son, a great character with an immense knowledge of the wine industry and would recommend anyone visiting the area to pop in. There is a corkage charge if drinking on the premises, but the atmosphere is lovely, so worth spending a few extra pennies on.

By Lesley Tan

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