Here are the first award-winning wines on pour at The Wine & Spirits Show

Take a look at the Global Masters medal-winning wines on pour at this year’s Wine & Spirits Show, set to take place on 12 and 13 October at the Royal Horseguards Hotel in London.

the drinks business is pleased to announce the first wines on pour at the Global Masters Zone at the Wine & Spirits Show.

Located in the The Wine Hall, the Global Masters Zone will showcase the top medal-winning wines judged throughout the years in the drinks business Global Masters Series.

Among the wines due to be poured this year are a sparkling rosé from Kazakstan, a Mavrud from Bulgaria, an oak-aged Sauvignon Sémillon blend from France and a pink South African sparkler.

The Wine & Spirits Show will be open to both the trade and consumers and will take place over two days from 12 to 13 October in the heart of London at One Whitehall Place, part of five-star hotel the Royal Horseguards. Targeting wine and spirits enthusiasts based in London, around 2,000 members of the general public are expected to attend, alongside members of the wine and spirits trade.

The event will also feature a series of wine and spirit exhibitors, award-winning beers from The Global Beer Competition, and the latest product releases to hit the market.

A full schedule of masterclasses, which will be offered FREE on a first come first served basis, will be announced in due course.

The event will open from 1pm to 9pm on Friday, and from 1pm to 8pm on Saturday. To register for the trade event, which will run from 1pm to 5pm on Friday, please click here.

For producers and suppliers wishing to take part in the event, please email Chloé Beral on Chloe.Beral@unionpress.co.uk.

For more information and for tickets, please click here. 

Scroll through the list of wines that will be appearing at the Global Masters Zone. 

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