Dormy House has a new wine dispensing machine

From heady reds to crisp whites, Dormy House’s new vino vendor is a fun way to sample fine wines at the chic Cotswold hotel.

Visitors to The Potting Shed at the chic Dormy House Hotel in the Cotswolds can now enjoy a cold glass of something delicious from its fantastic new fitted wine dispensing machine.

The vino vendor allows guests to try out different wines by the glass – from easy sippers to fancier options – while enjoying the beautiful terrace views.

Guests can request a card; top it up with credit; pop it into the vino vending machine; choose a glass size and the machine will do the rest.

There will be a hand-picked selection of fine wines from the wine list, changing regularly so there’s even more excuse to go back for more.

It’s wine o’clock somewhere!

For more information, or to book a table at The Potting Shed, call Dormy House on (01386) 852711.

By Zoe Gater

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Friday 28 May 2021

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