If you thought raw wine was a small and mysterious part of the industry, you'd be wrong – as the annual RAW Wine Fair in March is set to prove yet again. With 200 producers of organic, natural and biodynamic wine all gathered under one roof, it's become an unmissable fixture in the calendar of wine-loving Londoners.
Hosted at The Store, the fair aims to shed light on the burgeoning international raw wine scene, with industry professionals and consumers alike invited to join the party.
The key info
RAW Wine Fair takes place Sunday 12 and Monday 13 March from 10am-6pm both days. Standard one-day tickets cost £35 when booking in advance and £45 on the door, while two-day tickets cost £55 in advance and £65 on the door. Monday is primarily a trade and industry day.
All tastings are free, and tickets include a comprehensive fair catalogue.
For more information or to book tickets, go to rawwine.com
Whether you're a casual observer interested in demystifying the world of raw wine, you're already a convert or you work in the wine trade, chances are you'll find more than a few stalls to amuse you. Tastings are free of charge, plus you can expect food stalls from wine-savvy restaurants, and stalls from food and drink producers, too. If you're a raw wine fan, it's an event you won't want to miss.