Introducing The Wine Show Chelsea 2019

WLC’s sister publications, the drinks business and The Spirits Business, are joining forces this October to re-launch The Wine Show Chelsea, a three-day whirlwind of tastings, tutorials and masterclasses.

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.

This year, we’re bringing our show back to the King’s Road, along with a range of exciting and innovative exhibitors from the world of wines and spirits from 18 to 20 October.

The Chelsea Old Town Hall will be divided once again into three halls: the main hall dedicated to wine producers, the second hall to the Global Masters, beer and spirits exhibitors, and the third hall will be turned into a Masterclass theatre.

In addition, we already have a number of wine and spirits groups joining us as exhibitors from all over the world.

This year we’re delighted to welcome 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.

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 for both trade and consumers. A trade session for wine writers, buyers, sommeliers and producers will take place on Friday 18 October from 1pm to 5pm, while 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.

The Details

Location: Chelsea Old Town Hall, King’s Rd, Chelsea, London SW3 5EE

TRADE OPENING HOURS

  • Friday 18 October: 1pm to 5pm

CONSUMER OPENING HOURS

  • Friday 18 October: 1pm to 8pm
  • Saturday 19 October: 1pm to 7pm
  • Sunday 20 October: 12:30 to 6pm

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.

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