Sunday 19 May 2013 (Open to everyone) 10 am to 6 pm
Monday 20 May 2013 (Open to the trade) 10 am to 8 pm
(Open to the public) 5 pm to 8 pm
Tickets are limited to ensure the best experience for all visitors. Advance tickets, bought online, are discounted. Please note: the booking fee is included in price quoted - no additional fees apply.
Sunday 19 May (10 am to 6 pm) - Trade Free
Sunday 19 May (10 am to 6 pm) - Public Advance tickets - £20
On the door - £25
Monday 20 May (10 am to 8 pm) - Trade Free
Monday 20 May (5 pm to 8 pm) - Public (limited numbers) Advance tickets - £20
(Discounted Advance ticket price only)
Sunday 19 May (10 am to 6 pm)
& Monday 20 May (5 pm to 8 pm)
All ticket purchases entitle you to a catalogue, a tasting glass (which you are welcome to take away with you), as well as the opportunity to taste some 1000 fine, natural wines, attend thought-provoking talks and tasting seminars, and meet dozens of inspiring artisan producers.
Are the wines free once I am inside? Yes, all tasting at the event is free with your ticket purchase and you are invited to taste as many wines as you like.
If I find a wine I like, will I be able to buy it at the fair? Many of the wines will indeeed be available for sale this year as well as being available for tasting, so if you find a wine that particularly takes your fancy, you will be able to take a bottle home with you or have wine delivered to you after the fair.
Is there food at the event? There will indeed be a selection of food stalls at the event so you may like to bring some cash with you for a spot of lunch or supper. The Old Truman Brewery is also awash with food stalls and market stalls on a Sunday so there will be plenty of choice.
Is my ticket refundable? Unfortunately it’s not but if you can’t make it at the last minute, we suggest you pass it on to a friend. We are sure they will certainly enjoy themselves.