Madeira London tasting returns after two years

After a two year gap, the Madeira London tasting is returning for an event on 6 June, featuring six of the region’s top producers in a walk-around tasting and masterclass, hosted by the Madeira Wine Institute.

Taking place at the Portuguese Embassy in Belgrave Square and hosted by the Madeira Wine Institute the tasting is open to the press, members of the wine trade, sommeliers and restaurateurs

The main event will feature wines from six of the top Madeira producers – Barbeito, Blandy’s, JMBorge, Justino’s and Pereira de Oliveira – in an informal walk-round setting.

In addition, the Institute’s tasting director Rubina Vieira will present a special seated one-hour masterclass for enthusiasts on the topic ‘Madeira – the winemakers’ signature’ from 2.30pm and featuring rare wines from the producers’ own cellars. Places for this will be limited and offered on a first come, first served basis.

Details:

Where: Portuguese Embassy, 11 Belgrave Square, London, SW1X 8PP

When: 2:30pm-6pm, 6 June.

For tickets, please email [email protected]

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