For those of you who like to plan ahead here is sneaky preview of the catalogue.
Seminars and movies ...
... are open to all. Check out the times and plan your visit accordingly. One erratum In movie section: Jonathan Nossiter’s talk will start at 1.00 pm on Sunday 20th rather than 2.00 pm as advertised in the catalogue.
Grab a bite!
A visit to the Real Wine Fair should take in the fantastic street food supplied by Modern Pantry, Ottolenghi, Morito and Ham & Cheese respectively. You will also be able to taste and buy bread, smoked salmon and cheese amongst other artisan products. Then find a seat at the Real Wine Café or eat on the hoof.
Have a coffee (care of Caravan) – or a beer (Camden Town Brewery) – and try some London dry gin (Sipsmith and Sacred), Vodka... Or, if you want to keep a clear head, try a Pixley juice.
Check the walls!
Find the growers
Simply this. There are four rooms where the growers will be exhibiting. There will be a map at the bottom of the stairs to indicate what’s where.
- All the French growers and their wines are housed in one large room
- Spain & Portugal will also be sharing this area
- Italy, Slovenia and Croatia are in a dedicated room
- Georgia and Hungary will be snuggling together near the cafe
- Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Chile & Argentina are flying the collective new world flag in another room
If you taste something you love please make a note and order it from the Real Wine Pop-Up Shop by the venue’s entrance. The shop will also have a selection of bottles on display to buy from most of the growers at the fair.
There are three ATMs within a minute of the venue.
The organisers of the Fair will be on the front desk throughout the fair and pleased to help you in any way.
For more detailed information check out the Real Wine Fair web site: www.therealwinefair.com or contact the organisers at email@example.com. For pr matters please contact Natasha Claxton or Rosamund Barton from R & R Teamwork on 020 7384 1333