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Tuesday 30 September 2014

IMW offers discounted partner tickets for symposium

21st March, 2014 by Patrick Schmitt

The Institute of Masters of Wine is now offering spouse/partner tickets to attendees at its symposium in Florence from 15-18 May.

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Partners of delegates will be free to explore Florence by day and attend the symposium’s sumptuous suppers by night

These tickets will be priced at €220.00 and will enable partners to join delegates at three evening events.

Delegates with a full symposium ticket will have access to all the daytime sessions and lunches, while those with a partner ticket will be able to attend the dinners.

This means that partners of delegates will be free to explore Florence by day before attending the symposium’s sumptuous suppers in the evening.

These include:

Thursday 15 May: Dinner at the Palazzo Corsini

A chance to meet speakers and fellow delegates over dinner in a former Papal palace overlooking the River Arno. Wines will be sponsored by the Consorzio Vino Chianti Classico.

Friday 16 May: Dinner at Tuscan wineries

Delegates will be taken by bus to one of twenty local wineries in the countryside outside Florence for a tasting and dinner.

Saturday 17 May: Gala Dinner at the Antinori Bargino Winery

Dinner will be preceded by a tasting of Istituto Grandi Marchi wines, and a discussion with Albiera Antinori & Marco Cassemonti about the new Antinori winery.

Spouse tickets are priced at €220.00 plus VAT, and full-price tickets are priced at €995.00 plus VAT.

There are discounts for Masters of Wine and MW students.

For more information and to purchase tickets contact Alexandra Runciman: arunciman@mastersofwine.org

Click here for the full symposium programme.

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