It’s been a busy week for the drinks industry with Chileans, Argentinians and South Africans jetting in for the Beautiful South Tasting in London.
South Africa might be considered a new world wine region, but its winemaking history dates back some 300 years.
A unique tasting which sees three of the southern hemisphere’s biggest wine-producing nations join forces is returning to the UK this month.
Bottling specialist Encirc Wines is launching a campaign at this year’s Beautiful South event that allows visitors to offset their carbon from travelling to the show.
Former London restauranteur, Martin Lam, will be leading ‘Sommelier Talks’ at this years Beautiful South wine fair.
Petty officialdom won on the night at the Beautiful South Tasting yesterday when a traffic warden gave a rhino statue a parking ticket.
Online registration for the Beautiful South tasting next month is open, as is the opportunity to download the full tasting catalogue.
The Beautiful South tasting, a joint initiative between the generic bodies for Argentina, Chile and South Africa, has shot past its exhibitor target two months before the event takes place.
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