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Cambridge Winter Wine Fair

Cambridge Wine Fair is back with 100+ wines to sample and new favourites to find! Come and join in the fun!

  • 12th November 2023 - 12th November 2023
  • 12:00 am - 5:30 pm

Join us for Cambridge Winter Wine Fair 2023 on Sunday 12th November.

Ready for a wine adventure? Come swirl, sniff, and sip at the Cambridge Wine Fair! We’re bringing together the crème de la crème of local wine retailers and vineyards, each keen to pour you a glass of something extraordinary. There’s no other wine event quite like this!

What to expect

Grab a tasting glass and a curated wine list and get mingling! At each staffed table, you’ll meet wine aficionados ready to guide you through their array of wines. Fire away with questions and sample to your heart’s content—it’s all in the ticket price!

Pro Tip: personal spittoons are on hand for those wanting to stay sharp while navigating more than 100 wines. But hey, swallowing some of them is your prerogative!

The Perks

This is your golden ticket to discover new faves for the festive season. And guess what? Retailers are offering exclusive show discounts. Place an order for delivery or take some bottles home, your choice!

Where will it be?

Nestled on the Cambridge University Press site, the Cass Centre is just a short taxi ride or a 12-minute walk from Cambridge train station. Flooded with natural light, the room overlooks a private playing field. An oasis for a relaxed wine event!

Who’s pouring?

  • Cambridge Wine Merchants
  • Thorne Wines
  • Solaris Wines
  • Grape Britannia
  • Amphora
  • The Venetian wine bar
  • Adnams Cellar & Kitchen
  • Elizabeth Rose English Wines
  • The Wee Vinoteca
  • Ruta40
  • Bubbly Bandits
  • The Wine Importers
  • Giffords Hall Vineyard
  • Cooper’s Croft Vineyard

How to book

Just follow the booking link and pick your session:

  • Noon–2:30pm
  • 3pm–5:30pm

Tickets: £35 each or snag a deal—two for £60! Round up your mates!

Hungry?

There are plenty of scrumptious eateries near the venue:

  • Al Pomodoro, an Italian delight, opens at noon
  • Mina Steakhouse is a short stroll away and opens at noon
  • Station Tavern, the quintessential pub, welcomes you from 9 am
  • The Old Ticket Office, a trendy gastropub, opens at noon
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Facilities

  • wheelchair access
  • WI-FI
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Did you know?

First World War poet Rupert Brooke studied at King’s College, Cambridge, and spent time living in Grantchester. He was so enamoured with the Cambridgeshire village he penned one of his most famous works, The Old Vicarage, about his home there.