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Glasgow’s very own Wine Festival is brought to you by Tom Cannavan, award-winning wine writer, broadcaster, and proud citizen of the city. Tom’s pioneering wine-pages.com is one of the world’s most popular wine sites, though you may know him best from his long-running slot on STV’s ‘The Hour’, or his broadcasts on BBC Radio Scotland.
The 2019 Festival sold-out completely, with every ticket gone months before the doors opened. The feedback from our exhibitors on the quality of the Glasgow audience was amazing – and the feedback from the audience on the quality of our exhibitors was equally enthusiastic!
We have plenty of new names joining us and loads of new wines to taste in 2020, and another stunning line-up of affordable masterclasses. The 2019 List of Exhibitors will give you an idea of what you can expect, and 2019 programme will let you see the quality of masterclasses we offered, with 2020’s line-up to be announced.
The Festival is a day-long celebration of wine. Your ticket includes unlimited tasting samples from over 200 high-quality wines being poured by winemakers and some of the UK’s top wine retailers and importers, and there’s our Festival Café, open throughout the show. The Festival is open from 12:30pm until 5pm, with re-entry via the Festival wristband.
We love great wine, and we want to share the love with you. You’ll discover superb new wines as you hone your own palate, whilst our exhibitors will pour and discuss their wines with you – with Tom on hand all day to share his knowledge too. The historic and beautiful Trades Hall in the city centre is the perfect venue to add to the sense of occasion!
Priced at £26 each with no booking fee, tickets include all tasting samples and are on sale now. Each session in the optional masterclass programme is individually priced. See Glasgow Programme 2019 for an idea of what to expect.
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