The Wine & Spirits Show to showcase top tipples at The Masters of Wine Selection

The Wine & Spirits Show is launching a brand-new stand this year showcasing the wines that won only the highest accolades in our annual Global Masters Series.

Patrick Schmitt MW in action at the Global Sparkling Masters. (Photo: DB)

the drinks business and The Spirits Business are once again joining forces to host the Wine & Spirits Show this year, returning to One Whitehall Place on 12 and 13 April 2019.

While there will be exhibition spaces returning this year, including the New Products Zone, masterclass series and G&T bar, this April will see the launch of a new zone dedicated to the most-awarded wines from our annual competitions.

All Global Masters are judged blind by the finest palates in the world – a panel of Masters of Wine, Master Sommeliers and senior buyers only.

Patrick Schmitt MW, the editor-in-chief of the drinks business, has hand-selected wines from our awards that received either a Gold or Master, the highest accolade the judges can bestow on any bottle, to be showcased on the Masters of Wine Selection stand.

The trade session will run between 2pm and 5pm on Friday 12 April. To register for the trade session, follow this link

The event will open to consumers from 2pm until 9pm on Friday 12 April, and 1pm until 8pm on Saturday 13 April.

For more information about the show and to buy tickets, please visit the website. 

Visit www.theglobalmasters.co.uk to find out more about the competition series.

Location: One Whitehall Place, 1 Whitehall Ct, Westminster, London SW1A 2EJ

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