Glasgow Programme

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12:00pm to 5:00pm – THE GLASGOW FESTIVAL OF WINE 2018. SOLD OUT
Over 250 superb quality wines from you to chose from, being poured by some of the country’s top retailers and the world’s best producers. The range of wines will emphasise quality and diversity, and we’ll also have some fun elements like a blind tasting competition. Many exhibitors will be offering exclusive discounts on the day, and remember – your 2018 festival admission ticket includes all of the above.

Masterclass tickets valid only with a main festival ticket.

12:30pm, 2:00pm and 3:30pm – TUTORED MASTERCLASSES. BUY NOW
12:30pm – Champagne Deutz – the Pinot Noir Heritage. Sorry, Sold Out
Founded in the village of Aÿ in 1838, Deutz is one of the most illustrious Grand Marques, a significant proportion of their production comes from their own vineyards and the top crus of Champagne. The house style is all about finesse and precision, with wines of beautiful purity. One of only a handful of houses to use only the most delicate first-press juice, around 40% of reserve wines also contributes complexity and depth. Read more

2:00pm – Croatia, the Wine World’s Hidden Gem with Prović Winery. Sorry, Sold Out
Joining us from her family estate in Croatia is Monika Prović, who will introduce the stunning vineyard geography of the unique Neretva river Delta, not far from Dubrovnik. Like Chablis, the delta is rich in seashell fossils, as it lies only two kilometres from the Ocean. Monika will pour six of her family’s wines spanning both local specialities like Zlatarica, to her top Bordeaux blends, for which the area is famous. We will have the opportunity to taste the latest release of their top red blend, and compare it with a more mature example. Read more

3:30pm – Cool-Climate Chardonnay with Howard Park Wines. Last few tickets remaining: £12
Howard Park is one of the great names of Western Australian wine. Widely regarded as one of the country’s top regions for Chardonnay, Western Australia is considered a cool-climate vine-growing area in general. Howard Park produces Chardonnay in both Margaret River, and an even cooler area – the coolest in Australia – called Great Southern. An increasing number of people are very excited by the potential of Great Southern, and this masterclass will compare and consider Chardonnays from both, as well as how they age. Read more