Come to Chelsea to taste the top celebrity drops 

Curious to try the wines from the stars of screen and field, from John Malkovich to Sarah Jessica Parker, Ernie Els to Sir Ian Botham? Then come to London’s Wine Show Chelsea from 18-20 October.

Held at Chelsea Old Town Hall, the three-day event plays host to a series of masterclasses for attendees, covering a range of topics, including the most sought-after celebrity pours on the market today.

Featuring the latest wines from famous figures such as those mentioned above, as well as Graham Norton, Sam Neil, and Francis Ford Coppola along with legendary British cricketer, Sir Ian Botham, this will be a unique chance to try the top celebrity drops side-by-side.

Held on Friday at 2.30pm and again on Sunday 20 October at 2pm, the celebrity wines masterclass, called Drinking the Stars, promises to be a revealing showcase for booze with a big-shot backing.

Masterclasses operate on a first come first served basis, so we recommend you arrive 10 minutes before the start of the masterclass.

Please click here to register for the celebrity winemakers masterclass at the Wine Show Chelsea.

The masterclasses taking place at the event are listed below.

Friday 18th October
2:30pm – Drinking the Stars – Celebrity Wines Masterclass
6.30pm – Champagne Pol Roger: A Duty to Delight Since 1849

Saturday 19th October
2.30pm – Yalumba and 170 years of winemaking expertise
4.00pm – Consorzio delle Venezie Pinot Grigio DOC
5.30pm – Challenge your preconceptions: What Wines do you Really Enjoy?

Sunday 20th October
2.00pm – Drinking the Stars – Celebrity Wines Masterclass
4.00pm – Challenge your preconceptions: What Wines do you Really Enjoy?

To find out more about The Wine Show Chelsea please click here.

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