Sample more than 30 different wines from a handful of personally selected suppliers at this special one-off Manchester Food and Drink Festival Wine Fair at Urmston’s neighbourhood wine shop Kelder.
Wine lovers can taste, discover and learn about a wide range of quality wines from across the globe from the experts who import them under the watchful eye of Kelder owner Fred Davids.
Following a similar format to previous popular Wine Fairs at Kelder, the ticket-only event gives guests the opportunity to taste as many wines as they like over the course of one hour, ask questions and develop their knowledge about a range of wines and how they are produced.
To ensure social distancing and enough space for guests to move around the shop once inside, the event will run with special Covid-compliant time slots as follows 1pm-2pm, 2.30pm-3.30pm, 4pm-5pm, 5.30pm-6.30pm and 7pm-8pm.
There will be 12 tickets for each slot, priced at £15 each, with guests needing to book in household groups to ensure they adhere to Trafford Council’s strict coronavirus guidelines.
Owner at Kelder, Fred Davids, said: “Hugely popular, our Wine Fairs enable wine lovers to taste and try a wide range of different wines, including some more unusual ones that they would not usually pick up. We’ve hand selected this special selection of wines and look forward to introducing our guests to them during the food and drink festival.”
Tickets will be available online from Shocal, https://www.shocal.org/