English Wine? Why(ne) YES! The Food & Drink Events Company do English Wine Takeover
As you know, I’m a fan of slightly different food and drink events in Birmingham, that’s why I thought this was worth a mention!
The Food & Drink Events Company are once again teaming up with a number of exciting UK vineyards to put even more English Wine on the tables of Birmingham this May.
After a successful festival in 2015, the English Wine Takeover (in partnership with trade association, English Wine Producers) is back on Sunday 15th – Saturday 21st May with even more producers, bars and retailers involved.
The week long celebration culminates in a wine festival at The Bond Company on Saturday 21st May. The festival will showcase English wines from around the country, giving discerning drinkers the chance to meet producers and experience a range of tastings, food pairings and innovative masterclasses.
Also returning to the festival is Astley Vineyards, whose delicious dessert wines proved to be a real hit with last year’s attendees.
Amy Seton (Managing director of The Food & Drink Events Company) shared this “The goal of the event is to encourage people to come and try new things. English sparkling has gained a great reputation but English wine is more than just bubbles. There are lots of producers and vineyards making some stunning red, white, rosé and even dessert wines. We’ve created the event to showcase fantastic English producers and to give attendees a great educational and enjoyable day out.”
As well as delicious wines, the festival will offer attendees a unique day out. With local food offerings from Jewellery Quarter favorite, The Eight Foot Grocer, and entertainment taking place throughout the day. Attendees have the option of starting the day with a VIP sparkling brunch by the canal or standard entry, which starts from just £15 (excluding booking fee).
Tickets for the English Wine Takeover Festival go on sale on Tuesday 1st March at 12pm. For more information and to book a place, head to the ticket page.
For other information about the partners, events and vineyards, head to http://www.englishwinetakeover.co.uk/