Reasons to visit the LIWF: part 2

14th May, 2013 by Rupert Millar

Despite some woe-laden headlines there are still compelling reasons to visit the London Wine Fair.

LIWF-2013Anyone reading the majority of the headlines surrounding the LIWF of late might be forgiven for thinking that the poor fair was on teetering on the verge of a catastrophic collapse.

It has certainly been hit hard but, as our preview pointed out last month, the LIWF still has its supporters and more recent news points to a new focus and sense of purpose.

With the UK set to retain its place as one of the largest wine markets in the world over the next few years, following on from the first five reasons, here are the last five reasons for attending this year’s show.

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