Richmond, United Kingdom, March 15, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Cult and Boutique Wines confirm their attendance at the 2010 London International Wine Fair to be held at the ExCel Centre in London, opening on Tuesday the 18th through to the 20th of May.
For the 4th successive year Cult and Boutique will attend what is regarded as the largest event of its kind in Europe. Not only will Cult and Boutique be exhibiting a wide range of the best premium New World Wines available within the UK but again there will be an opportunity to meet some world renowned winemakers from these vineyards. At last year’s event visitors at the Cult & Boutique stand had the opportunity to meet and taste wines with Greg Hobbs, Proprietor/winemaker from the Hobbs Winery (Barossa Valley/South Australia), David Anderson, Proprietor/winemaker from Wild Duck Creek (Heathcote/Victoria) & Colin Rayment, General Manager of the Kay Brothers Winery, Located in McLaren Vale/South Australia one of the oldest family owned vineyards in Australia.
Clients of Cult & Boutique were also treated to a unique opportunity to visit the impressive tasting facility in Australia House part of South Australian Government division at the Strand in London. Guests at the event relished the opportunity to taste and share opinions with many key industry figures.
This year Cult & Boutique plan to make it an even more memorable evening by offering trade and private clients the chance to visit The Downer Room, within the Australian Embassy which was also the venue used by Peter Gago (Chief Winemaker for Penfolds) for a Penfolds Masterclass hosted by Bill Muirhead the Agent General for South Australia, for what proves to be a great ticket only event with a number of guest speakers already confirmed.
Cult and Boutique Wines Ltd
Richmond, Surrey TW9 1HY UK
0208 948 9433