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Let’s celebrate St Patrick’s day !




On March 17, everyone’s a little Irish, here are some fact about St Patrick’s day that you may not know.  





  • St Patrick is one of the most famous patron saints of Ireland. He was the one who brought Christianity to the island, made the shamrock fashionable and freed Ireland from snakes. For over 1500 years, the day of his death has been celebrated as a religious holiday, celebrated by all the Irish people.  
  • Ireland officially started celebrating St Patrick’s day in 1903. Before 1960’s law that allowed pubs to be open on this day, it was a very quiet and religious holiday.  
  • St Patrick’s day is a religious celebration, which is why for most of the 20th Century, this day was an Alcohol-free holiday. The drinking tradition started in 1970s.  
  • The first parade took place in 1762 in New-York City. Many Irish emigrated to the City and Irish soldiers decided to parade in the city’s street to celebrate their day.  
  • St Patrick is not an Irishman but was British born by the name of Maewyn Succat. The legend says that he was sold into slavery in Ireland when he was a teenager. During his slavery period he became religious, start being a priest named Patrick and converting all of the Irish Celtic pagans to Christianity.  
  • All the story about him freeing Ireland from snakes is not true. In fact, according to biologist, there never was any snake on the island. They now think that snakes are a metaphor for paganism.  
  • Shamrocks is the most obvious symbol of Saint Paddy’s celebration. The legend said that St Patrick used it to explain the holy trinity (Father, God and Holy Spirit) to the Irish.  
  • On St Patrick’s day, everyone is wearing green, eating green food, and even monuments, rivers and ski resorts are turned into green to commemorate the St Patron. But St Patrick himself was wearing blue in association of Ireland being under British rule. In fact, since 1798 during the Irish rebellion the people wearing clover and the color green so it became a symbol of nationalism and it stuck.  
  • During St Patrick’s day, the worldwide consumption of Guinness almost triples. 13 million pints are sold every year during the festivities. That’s 150pints per second!! 
  • Every year, the Irish leader goes to the White house to present a crystal bowl full of shamrocks to the president. It’s a tradition  
  • This celebration is known as Patty’s Day around the U.S but in Ireland it’s St Paddy’s day and Irish people are really strong on this point Paddy is derived from the Irish Padraig.  

Best things to do in London for St Patrick’s day  

Every year, for 3 days, the Irish community head on the famous place of London to celebrate their patron saint. This year the celebration will take place from the 15th till the 17th of March. You will be surrounded by demonstrations, dancing and singing made by well-known Irish, and there will be a food market and a family area with fun activities for kids.  

Do not miss the famous Irish Parade who will start at midday from Piccadilly and makes its way along a 1.5-mile route passing some of London’s most iconic places such as the Ritz, Piccadilly circus and will finish his way at Trafalgar square. On the top of all the fun you will have, all the activities are free.  

 We made a selection of the best Irish pubs for those who just want to grab a beer and enjoy Irish music. 

  • The Auld Shillelagh – 105 Stoke Newington Church Street, N16 0UD 
  • The Boot, 116 Cromer Street, WC1H 8BS – King’s cross 
  • The Cow, 89 Westbourne Park Road, W2 5QH – westbourn park 
  • The Porterhouse, 21-22 Maiden Lane, WC2E 7NA – Coven Garden 
  • The Toucan, 19 Carlisle Street, W1D 3BY – Soho 

 And for those who are not keen of a crowded area you can also relax at home, while drinking one of the 2 wine that we have selected for you:  

  •  Our white Bordeaux Cuvée l’Ambitieux 2014 from the Château Farizeau, organic wine.  


  • Our Saint-Estèphe, Château Haut-Coteau 2013 



Anywhere you will be on Sunday, all the One to Wine team wish you a happy Saint Paddy’s Day !!! Cheers

Summer, discount, tips and more

Summer is here !

Today is the beginning of the 3 months period gathering sun, warmth and rest. For all those who are going to chill out this summer, those who will take a short break or those who will continuously work, One To Wine is here keep you entertained and relaxed.  

Special summer discount  


Today, on June, 21st, it’s the first day of summer. There is no big deal in announcing that, except if one has something to share with you… And so has One To Wine! We wanted to share something special with you :  



Sauvignon blanc Domaine du Petit Clocher

£75 instead of £90 per case 

Free next day delivery* 

Email us to order: maxime.maiano@onetowine.com 

*Delivery on the next day if you place an order before 11am, Central London. 


A case of our most beloved Sauvignon Blanc from le Domaine du Petit Clocher in Anjou. Here is a quick reminder of its characteristics :  

Vintage: 2016 
Geographical Designation: Indication Géographique Protégée Val de Loire 
Grape Variety: Sauvignon Blanc 

Appearance: Pale yellow gold with some green reflections. 
Aroma: Very fruity with mainly citric fruits (grapefruit, lemon) and exotic fruits (mango, passion fruit) and a hint of mint to refresh the whole scent. 
Palate: A vivacity comes on the palate which gives a pleasant sensation of freshness and very long-lasting fruity aftertaste. 

Aging 1 to 4 years 
Best served between 10°C and 12°C, does not require any aeration. 

Ideal for aperitif and barbecue, this wine will be perfect for the forthcoming summer. So, grab a glass and pour it with this fine and chilled wine, to prevent any damaged caused by the heat 🙂 .  

Change water in nectar 

But don’t forget how much too much wine can hurt, especially under a heatwave. The simple instruction, if you are going to spend and long moment drinking wine, is to also drink water! Furthermore, to change from the boring traditional still water, One To Wine has a little tip for you : 

  • In a grand jar, cut half a cucumber in thin slices

  • Add mint leaves, the juice of a lemon and ice cubes 

  • Mix it up by shaking the jar 

Tadaaa, a delicious and refreshing water to rehydrate. That is a recipe we always use in events and it is always a success! 

If you are eager to meet us and see (or see again) what we can offer you, we will organize several events this summer, thus stay tuned to see what is coming near you! The next one is a new cheese & wine pairing, taking place on the XXXXX.  


One To Wine wishes you a very nice summer! If you have any question about a wine, a doubt about a tasting, we are here to help you! See you soon on our events!!!

Happy Father’s Day !

Happy Father’s Day!

As you all know, June 17th will be our loved-Father’s Day. So, prepare your phone call, or your best cuddle, to show your father how much you love him.

But what exactly is Father’s Day? At the beginning, at the middle-age period, Father’s Day was a religious feast, dedicated to St joseph, the putative father of Jesus. It was only in the early 1900’s in the USA, that the day has turned to be a non-religious celebration. The official instigator of it was Sonora Smart Dodd, who wished to have a Father’s Day to honour her father who raised alone his 6 children.

The English tradition of Father’s Day is not that old: it only dates after the second world war. There are many ways to celebrate Father’s Day around the world. In Thailand for instance, one offers a canna flower to his father, and celebrate also the king’s anniversary, by wearing yellow clothes. In Germany, Father’s Day is also men’s day, and ones take the opportunity to hang out with friends and family.

And you, how will you deal with this wonderful day?

    – As wine passionate, and knowing all that wine represents, we advise you to offer him a special bottle of wine: the white wine from our cuvée l’Ambitieux from Bordeaux, château Farizeau 2014. Why? Because it is a wine which can be drunk as an appetizer, perfect to share a convivial moment with your father before lunch or dinner. Furthermore, the shiny yellow colour will remind him and you the coming summer and bring some light in your relations.


– This year, as you may all know, will take place the football world cup. Why not offering him a new English football jersey? Furthermore, next Sunday will be the day before the first match of England (England vs Tunisia). So, Invite him to share a moment with you watching the match in a pub with his new jersey: even if you and him don’t care about football, he will be touched by this attention.

– Simply share some moments with him, walking in a park, play a football match, which would remind him the memories of your childhood.


See, there are lots of way to celebrate Father’s Day: just don’t forget your dad is unique. All One to Wine team wishes you a good Father’s Day.

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