The Kwoff summer festival of wine comes to The Met with a spectacular selection of brand new wines. In fact, it’s 100 wines in one amazing night!

For those who haven’t been to one of Kwoff’s tasting events before, the format is pretty straight forward. You arrive, you get a glass and then you are free to explore the tasting tables dotted around the venue and try as many wines as you like, as often as you like. There will be industry experts and Kwoff staff on hand to tell you a little bit about the wines and Kwoff’s famous “cheese table” will be out for a few nibbles to accompany your wines. And the best bit is, it’s all included in your ticket price.

The wines featured on the night have been sourced from around the globe. They will feature many of the new wines Kwoff have brought into their shop over the past few months. There will also be a mix of classic favourites, plus a few grapes, blends, styles and countries that you maybe haven’t tried before. It’s a great opportunity to identify a few new favourites.

Finally, Kwoff will be taking orders for wine on the night and any orders of 6 bottles of wine or more will receive 10% off the price.

Kwoff’s last event at Christmas sold out in five days, so you act fast to guarantee your place.

Needless to say, alcohol will be served to over 18’s only.

Dates & Times

Last session: Sat 28 Jul 2018 at 7:30 PM - This event has now passed
£22

Finishes 10pm

Tickets for this event are available from Kwoff's website

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