Can it be 4 already?! Check out the action from our fourth and finest festival to date, in November 2017.
Thanks to Paddy and Chris Bowerman for making this wonderful thing. And thanks also to all the wonderful people who make the festival happen – and who come and enjoy it! See if you can spot yourself…
Here’s a taster of the action at Wine Festival Winchester 2016 – our third and most successful event to date.
HUGE thanks to Paddy and Chris Bowerman for putting the film together. Thanks also to the brilliant Marsicans (and Rob Eaglesham) for the soundtrack. As ever, thank you to everyone who supported the festival this year – be you sponsors, staff, exhibitors, tweeters, suppliers or (most especially) our fabulous guests. Here’s to 2017!
What’s more, BBC1 featured the Wine Festival as part of their South Today coverage. Here’s the clip (for which thanks to the BBC and South Today).
Wine Festival Winchester 2015 – the video. Many thanks to Paddy and Chris Bowerman for putting the film together. Huge shout out to the brilliant Marsicans (and Rob Eaglesham) for letting us use the instrumental version of their awesome track and latest single ‘Gone in a Second’ as our soundtrack. (You can see the full track on YouTube.) Finally – thanks to everyone for coming and making the festival such fun in 2015. Here’s to another great event in 2016!
Check our our fab mini-film of Wine Festival Winchester 2014! Huge thanks to the brilliant Chris (camera) and Paddy (edit). A huge shout out to Marsicans (& Rob) for kindly lending us their monster track ‘Terrapin’ in instrumental version for the original soundtrack. Find out (& listen) more via their website.
Here are some videos we made in the lead up to the 2015 festival, together with the awesome production team that are Chris and Paddy Bowerman.
First up, in the aftermath of the 2015 event, a huge THANK YOU! Here’s raising a hearty cheers to all our brilliant sponsors, exhibitors, visitors, staff, charity partner and everyone who made it so brilliant! Here’s to 2016…
Wine Festival Winchester is for everyone:
What do you get for your money at Wine Festival Winchester?
By way of general wine advice – we tend to serve our wines at the wrong temperature. Here’s Peter’s ’20-20′ solution:
Susie gives us the low-down on masterclasses at Wine Festival Winchester:
What does Follow Your Taste mean, and how does it work at the festival? Peter explains:
Susie talks us through the messy but necessary business of spitting:
What to expect at Wine Festival Winchester?
Wine Festival prize draw for Home Start Winchester and Districts:
Tickets £30 per person