Who’s exhibiting at the Wine Show Chelsea 2019?

We’re welcoming some serious players from the Old and New World to the Wine Show Chelsea next month.

Members of the trade will be invited to attend The Wine Show Chelsea on Friday 18 October from 1pm-5pm, when we open the show up to consumers until 8pm.

The show will be open to all wine and spirits lovers on Saturday 19 October: 1pm to 7pm, and Sunday 20 October: 12:30 to 6pm.

This year we’re welcoming tourism body and Languedoc-Roussillon expert Sud de France, exciting tipples from Wines of Hungary, Graham’s Port and Symington Family Estates distributor John E Fells & Sons, Californian wine group E&G Gallo, the award-winning West London Wine School, Italian agricultural group Consorzio Delle Venezie, and London-based fine wine merchant Petersham Cellar.

Also joining us at the show are warehousing specialist London City Bond, Tewksbury-based family-owned merchant Ledbury Wine, Italian winery Paladin, and Mondial Wine, a London-based merchant specialising in fine Italian tipples.

When it comes to spirits, we’re also pleased to announce that we will share our three-day extravaganza with Angus Dunee – owner of the award-winning Tomintoul whisky distillery in Speyside – and premium vodka, gin and agave spirits from G&I Spirits Group.

The Wine Show Chelsea is a friendly, relaxed and informative tasting, which successfully gathered upwards of 2,000 wine lovers and 400 members of the trade in both 2015 and 2016.

We’re thrilled to be bringing our festival of wine and spirits back to south west London next month, where we’ll also host free masterclasses, a G&T bar, delicious food stands and more…

For more information or to book your stand, please contact Chloé Beral on chloe@thedrinksbusiness.com or by phone on +44 (0) 207 803 2437.

To register, follow this link.

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