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el Vino is the new wine and dine concept from Campo Viejo. The idea reverses the usual ordering process in that you choose your wine first and are then presented with a selection of food to match it.

We went along to PINCHITO tapas on Old Street to test drive the concept. We were served a selection of seven different wines, don’t worry we didn’t drink the whole glass, it was a school night. With each wine we were brought a dish which complemented the flavour and depth of the vino.

By sampling the various wines we got to experience how wines are matched to food and we also got a bit tipsy. Plus we got to try wines that we would never usually pick and Campo Viejo do some pretty nice ones.

If you want to try it you need to be super quick Viva el Vino is only available until the end of March. £25pp 6 wines and 6 tapas to share.

PINCHITOtapas, 32 Featherstone Street, EC1