Dates for your diary

21 March, 2008

March 26 Loire & Rh ône Valleys Tasting, Royal Society of Arts, John Adam Street, London (philippa.sydney@wanadoo.fr)

March 26 Bordeaux:

to blend

or

not

to blend that

is

the question , WSET School, London

(courses@wset.co.uk)

April 1 Tutored Tasting

of Ten Fine

and Rare Red Bordeaux Wines

from 1934

to 1964, Hesperia Hotel,

London

(bensonwines@connectingbusiness.com)

April 1 New Zealand wine new release tasting, The Penthouse, New Zealand House, London (charlotte@nzwine.com)

April 2 A Dedicated Tasting of Slovenian Wines, Westminster School, Little Deans Yard,

London (richard.congreve@winematters.co.uk)

April 8 Bibendum Tasting, The Discovery Museum, Newcastle

(ndavidson@bibendum-wine.co.uk)

April 9 Annual Tasting

of Portuguese Wines, Lord's Cricket Ground, London (judy@jkmarketing.co.uk)




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