2017 line-up to be announced on July 18th

A weekend-long event featuring all the very best events of the festival, staying at the 5* Andaz London hotel. On Saturday, guests will enjoy a Champagne Gourmet Odyssey, visiting three restaurants in one day with an evening at leisure or spent enjoying a restaurant wine tasting in the Andaz Studios. On Sunday, there will be breakfast at The Andaz London, lunch hosted by Michel Roux at The Landau, followed by a VIP tour of Fortnum & Mason. A weekend of gastronomy which you’ll never forget.

Featuring wines from…

Fiol (Valdobbiadene, Italy)

Loosely translated, Fiol means ‘cool boy’ in the local Treviso dialect. This young and dynamic group of friends have great ambitions to help Prosecco become an even bigger phenomenon than it already is. Their fizz is a leading name in Italy, and delicious to boot!

www.fiol.it

Cecchi (Tuscany, Italy)

Brothers Cesare and Andrea Cecchi – who are the latest generation at Cecchi’s helm – have a mantra: “Traditional wines doesn’t mean old wines: the future should not be a repetition of the past, but an improvement on it.” Here, tradition meets innovation to wondrous effect.

www.cecchi.net/en/

Umani Ronchi (Marche, Italy)

In the 1950s Gino Umani Ronchi set up a small farm in the Marche region at Cupramontana, in the heart of Verdicchio Classico country. Since then, Umani Ronchi has transformed from a regional label into an international brand, but it has not lost sight of its roots in the land: roots that spread across the globe in Umani Ronchi’s finest wines.

www.umanironchi.com/en

Botromagno (Puglia, Italy)

The Botromagno estate is located in Gravina in Puglia, the sun-drenched heel of Italy. Despite the harsh and rocky soil the land is abundant with vineyards and olive groves and was once called by King Federico II “a garden of earthly delights.” Today, brothers Beniamino and Alberto continue the legacy of bringing out the finest qualities in traditional wines in this magnificent corner of Puglia.

www.botromagno.it

Ferrari (Trentino, Italy)

Giulio Ferrari learned the art of Champagne-making in Épernay, and was, by all accounts, an obsessive perfectionist. Today, Ferrari is the leading name in Italian sparkling wine and all of the family’s wines are Trentodoc, meaning they are bottle-fermented and made from Chardonnay and Pinot Noir grapes grown at high altitude in the mountains of Trentino. The house style is super-refined, and – to that end – Ferrari wines are, quite honestly, impeccable.

www.ferraritrento.it/EN

Chiarli (CONTENT TO COME Trentino, Italy)

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www.ferraritrento.it/EN

Vistorta (CONTENT TO COME Trentino, Italy)

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www.ferraritrento.it/EN

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