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Lineup for Raw Wine London announced

More than 150 natural wine producers from around the world will be converging on London in March for the next Raw Wine Fair, including Gut Oggau, Château Le Puy and Domaine Tawse.

Isabelle Legeron MW

Also exhibiting will be Gravner and Radikon, both trailblazers of the orange wine movement, while Frank Cornelissen will be showcasing wines from the slopes of Mount Etna.

Visitors will also be able to sample Californian Chardonnays and Pinot Noirs from Rajat Parr’s Domaine de la Côte, as well as the no-added sulphite cuvées of high profile Burgundian, biodynamic producer, Domaine Tawse.

From the UK, family-owned Ancre Hill from Wales and Tillingham Wines in East Sussex will be exhibiting, alongside up-and-coming winemaker Nate Ready, of Hiyu Wine Farm in Oregon.

As well as an extensive tasting, the event will also feature Speakers’ Corner, which will host a variety of seminars and tutored tastings with top low-intervention organic, biodynamic and natural wine producers, including one on the early years of Gravner, which helped bring about the “orange wine renaissance”.

Also on board are 266 Wines, Ancestrel Wines, Dynamic Vines, Raeburn Fine Wines, Natural Born Wine and Roberson.

Raw Wine London will take place on 10-11 March, during #rawwineweek (6th-13th March) – a nationwide celebration of low-intervention organic, biodynamic and natural wines with tutored tastings, glass offers and winemaker dinners taking place thorughout the capital.

The fair will open on Sunday from 10-6pm, and on Monday from 10-6pm, at The Store, 180 The Strand, London.

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