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We're KASK

Serving organic, vegan wine and artisan, local food. Take our wine home or have it delivered from our bottle shop

Where it all began

The KASK Story

Like every bottle of wine, KASK has its own story. An idea born of holiday dreaming that became a reality: friends in San Sebastián, drunk on wine, tapas and sunshine, thinking how great it would be to open our own small bar…spending evenings with neighbours and visitors trying new wines, chatting with the team, meeting new friends. We opened our doors to our little slice of heaven in late 2019.

Lockdown happened six months later. We kept KASK alive through hosting online and virtual wine and cheese tastings and sending our At-Home DIY Tasting Kits out around the country.

Our doors are open again and we couldn’t be happier to be back chatting to our customers in our bar and garden. We also love sharing the wine we discover with people throughout the UK, along with our curated selection of Bristol-born beers and South West ciders.

So we hope to see you soon – on or offline.


The wines we love and serve are from small, independent producers who tend to see themselves as farmers rather than winemakers. They farm sustainably (the vast majority organically), using natural solutions not chemicals.

Some adopt biodynamic practices and many create their wines with minimal intervention, adding and taking away as little as possible – believing this to be the purest expression of the grape(s).

We like wines that tell stories of the country, region, microclimate, vineyard and grower. Grape varieties you may never have heard of from countries you didn’t know made great wine, alongside unique expressions of the crowd-pleasers.

We don’t like chemicals, pesticides, additives, computerised technologies and petri-dishes. Bland industrial wines made to a checklist determined by what buyers think customers want.

We choose the produce of farmers who work with nature, using their hands, experience, skill, judgment and a little bit of hope to create the best possible glass of wine they can make.

Say yes to delicious, well-made, surprising and memorable.

Say No To Shit Wine.

This week's wine menu

Not Wine

Bristol’s incredible selection of breweries and the South West’s cider orchards are too good to ignore, so our weekly menu includes a good and ever-changing selection of both, including Lost and Grounded, Left Handed Giant and Wilding.

We only serve artisan, local food. Which is handy because one of our favourite cheesemakers lives just around the corner and the rest of our selection of British cheese is curated by a cheesemonger just a hop, skip and jump away from us on the city’s harbourside. Our sourdough is freshly baked on our street and our sauerkraut, kimchi and Vegan Chease is made a bike ride away in the Mendips.

Each week these plates, along with French, Italian and Spanish cheeses and charcuteries, are perfectly paired with our wine menu to enhance the flavours of both the food and the wine.

Also expect to find anchovies and boquerones, burrata with lemon oil and mozzarella with red pepper tapenade, as well as the most more-ish of bar snacks including habas fritas, marcona almonds, truffled nuts and Spanish olives.

Sample food menu

Meet our bunch of heroes


The Boss


Favourite grape: Cheese and charcuterie and anything else that sadly isn't made from grapes
KASK - Charlie Taylor

Charlie Taylor

Favourite grape(s): Malvasia and Xarel-lo
KASK - Natalie Johnson

Natalie Taylor Johnson

Favourite grape(s): Gamay and Chardonnay
KASK - Kevin McSweeney

Kev McSweeney

Favourite grape: Riesling
KASK - Carol Dolan

Carol Dolan

Favourite grape: Nebbiolo
KASK - Diandra Molden

Diandra Molden

Favourite grape(s): Albariño and muscadet
KASK - Esther Bancroft

Esther Bancroft

Favourite grape(s): Riesling and sangiovese
KASK - Hannah Swales

Hannah Swales

Favourite grape: Chenin Blanc
KASK - James Kitchen

James Kitchen

Favourite grape: Pinot Noir