Listen up wine buffs – we’ve got a pair of RWF 2014 tickets up for grabs…

Wine Fair Competition

It’s nearly time for oenophiles’ favourite time of year – no, not the festive season, but Real Wine Month, a whole four weeks dedicated to celebrating natural wines. Throughout April, a nationwide promotion will be taking place in bars, restaurants, pubs and indie retailers across the UK to showcase organic, biodynamic and natural wines made by artisan growers and winemakers.

The Real Wine Fair, taking place at the Tobacco Dock in Wapping on Sunday 13th April (trade and consumer) and Monday 14th April (trade), is a wine connoisseur’s paradise, with all these wonderful varieties under one roof. The event will feature small, artisan wine growers who work organically and biodynamically and intervene as little as possible in the winery, resulting in wines that taste true to their grape varieties and true to the vineyard and region.

All the growers will be there to pour and talk about their wines, though it’s not all about the tipples, as various restaurants and artisan food producers will be offering up tasty fare too, including Zucca, Duck Soup, Donostia, Morito, Handmade Food, Camden Town Brewery, Sacred Microdistillery and Workshop Coffee. Other attractions include an on-site wine shop, seminars and a pop-up restaurant open in the evening, The Unfiltered Dog.


To be in with a chance of winning a pair of tickets to the Real Wine Fair 2014, all you need to do is share a photo of yourself enjoying your favourite tipple (it doesn’t have to be wine!) on Twitter, Pinterest or Facebook. Whoever submits our favourite will be named the winner.

The competition closes at noon on Friday 4th April. The winner will receive one pair of tickets to the Real Wine Fair 2014. You must be over 18 to enter. This prize is non-transferrable and there are no cash alternatives. We reserve the right to pass on your contact details to a third party (Real Wine Fair).

Michelle Grady

Michelle Grady

Michelle is an ex-Fed Up & Drunker who has now been released into the wild.

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