Canterbury Wine Festival
A celebration of English wine! This unique event brings together wine producers from all over Kent, so come along to taste their wines, meet the producers and hear their stories.
The Westgate Community Trust and Clive Barlow, Master of Wine, are hosting the first Canterbury Wine Festival™ to celebrate and promote Kent's award-winning wines.
Included in your ticket:
- Programme with details of the producers and tasting notes (and a free pen!)
- Festival glass
- Festival tote bag
- Voucher for a plate of cheese and crackers to soak it all up...
- Up to 20 tastings of your choice of premium wines
When it all gets too much, relax in our comfortable break-out area and buy a glass of the wine you most enjoyed directly from the producer.
Following last year's bumper grape harvest, now is the perfect time to mark the success of the Kent wine industry, which is growing fast and becoming a UK leader.
This event is unique, bringing together vineyards from all over Kent. The Wine Garden of England members and many other producers will be with us.
Why Canterbury? A World Heritage Site and a major tourist destination in Kent, with vineyards on its doorstep and less than an hour from London by train
Why Westgate Hall? Canterbury’s great award-winning century-old former drill hall is located in the heart of the city, within walking distance of both stations
Why Clive Barlow? One of only 384 Masters of Wine in the world, Clive is an international wine judge and educator and has a long connection with the English wine industry. He has experience of both the Kent wine industry and the wider wine community, as well as running significant wine events.
Clive has worked as a consultant for a number of companies such as Waitrose, Sotheby's, Whitbread and the Institute of Masters of Wine, among others. Clive's Press Wine Services is Canterbury's longest-running independent wine merchant, based at the award-winning Goods Shed.
Sponsors: Burgess Hodgson Accountants, Girlings Solicitors and Canterbury BID.
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