Oddbins Wine Fair at London’s Victoria House

The Oddbins Wine Fair is back and better than ever. The event will bring together wine traders and consumers under one roof in one weekend.

Wine lovers will have the chance to mingle with the country’s leading suppliers and purchase over 300 wines on offer from over 120 wineries, as well as take part in wine and champagne master classes with industry experts.
The Wine Fair will cater to every palette, with delicious meals and snacks provided by ‘The Butcher and Grill’. Live musical entertainment and the Follador Prosecco Bar will provide a relaxing stopping off point for anyone who needs a sit down after sampling so many tempting wines.
Ayo Akintola, Managing Director of Oddbins, said: “You won’t need any wine knowledge to enjoy the Oddbins Wine Fair.  Wine experts and novices will have the chance to sample some great wines, enjoy a relaxing day and go away with some great bottles at exclusive prices.”

What: A trade and consumer wine fair to celebrate everything wine. The fair will run for two days and give wine lovers the opportunity to pick the brains of more than 65 producers and meet the makers behind the wines. There will also be inclusive activities like wine and champagne master classes led by industry experts, food by ‘The Butcher and Grill’ and a Follador Prosecco bar – all accompanied by live musical entertainment.
When: 25-26th May 2012
Where: Victoria House Basement, Bloomsbury Square, WC1B 4DA
Why: Oddbins are providing the perfect setting for both trade bodies and wine lovers to interact and enjoy the world of wine.
Cost: £25 or £20 when you buy six or more tickets

Details: http://www.oddbins.com/wine/Oddbins_Wine_Fair.html

Oddbins re-launched under new management in October 2011, with 35 new-look branches and a fresh customer-centric approach. Owned by Raj Chatha’s European Food Brokers (EFB) Group, Oddbins has 19 stores in London, 10 in Scotland, and 6 stores nationwide, including branches in Manchester, Liverpool, and Bristol.
This collection is available now in-store and online and prices range from £8 to 46.
For more information visit www.oddbins.com.