WELCOME TO THE OXFORD WINE FESTIVAL!
Do you just love wine?
Does that perfect glass of red send you to gastronomic heaven? Does a glass of chilled fizz make you positively sparkle?
Here at the Oxford Wine Festival we help you find fabulous wines in fun, relaxed and beautiful surroundings. We bring together over 40 leading merchants and vineyards in one of Oxford's most iconic buildings - the Oxford Union - for a celebration of everything that is great about the grape.
Forget anonymous supermarket aisles, and playing roulette with your choice of wine bottles. Here you can chat to winemakers and merchants, discover your favourite styles, and find out why you like them. You'll also sample wines you won't find anywhere else - we have hundreds of award-winning, rare, and unusual wines from over twenty-five countries.
Accompanied by live music, food, and tastings from the world's foremost wine educators, we've twice been listed in Decanter's Top 10 Wine Festivals in the World.
The Oxford Wine Festival takes place in three sessions, each lasting four hours:
Friday Evening - 6pm-10pm
Saturday Afternoon - 12.30pm-4.30pm
Saturday Evening - 6pm-10pm
Your ticket includes your first 11 wine samples, and further tasting vouchers can be purchased as needed. Wines can be purchased by the glass or bottle when you find a wine that just hits the spot!
The Oxford Wine Festival takes place at:
The Oxford Union
1. Walking from the train station. Turn left out of the train station, walk past the Business School and continue straight on up Hythe Bridge St. Continue straight on across the junction up George St. Take the first turning on the right into New Inn Hall St (just past the International Relations and Politics faculty building). The first turning on the left is St Michael St and the Oxford Union is at the far end of the road on the right.
2. Walking from the main bus station (Gloucester Green). Turn left out of the main entrance to the bus station and walk up George Street. The first turning on your right (just past the International Relations and Politics faculty and the cinema) is New Inn Hall St. Directions to the Union are as above.
PLEASE NOTE THERE IS NO PUBLIC PARKING AVAILABLE AT THE VENUE. Information about car parking in Oxford can be found at http://www.oxford.gov.uk/carparks. Please ensure you have a designated driver.