Natural wine festival RAW London returns for 2018
The Raw Wine Festival is returning to London for a seventh consecutive year, it has been announced.
The festival, which showcases winemakers products in the low-intervention organic, biodynamic and natural wine community, will take place over two days from 11 and 12 March at The Store in London’s Strand area.
Raw Wine’s London 2018 edition is its 13th worldwide to date, with 150 of growers, importers, distributors, restaurants, shops and bars expected to make an appearance this year.
All farm organically or biodynamically, harvest by-hand and make wine without excessive use of processing or additives.
The trade show, founded by wine author Isabelle Legeron, currently France’s only female Master of Wine, will celebrate “unusual grape varieties, growers who have a genuine love for their craft, delicious food and artisan products that are made with the same ethos of low-intervention, from cider and sake to craft ale,” according to an emailed statement.
Raw Wine was initially launched in 2012, and has since expanded globally to host festivals in Berlin, New York and Los Angeles.