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Savage Vines is an organic and bio-dynamic wine specialist in the United Kingdom. We source wine directly from small, independent family run vineyards from around the world. Our wines are exceptional quality, unique and great value. We offer bespoke organic wine tasting events and wholesale supply of wines. Savage Vines delivers UK wide.
FAQ's for organising a wine tasting event
How much does wine tasting cost?
The cost of organising a wine tasting event can vary depending on a number of factors such as the number of attendees, the location, the type of wines being tasted, and any additional services or features that are included.
Typically, a basic wine tasting session can cost between £20-£50 per person. However, for more exclusive or specialised tastings, the cost can range from £100-£500 per person or more.
It's important to note that these prices are just estimates and may vary depending on your specific requirements and location. It's best to send an enquiry using Eventsense to get a quote based on your specific event needs. This will give you a better idea of the average cost and help you compare prices to find the best deal.
What should I consider when organising a wine tasting event?
- Determine the purpose and theme of the event. Is it a casual gathering or a formal occasion? Are you highlighting a specific wine region or grape variety? Having a clear purpose and theme will help you choose the right wines, venue, and other details.
- Choose a variety of wines that suit the theme and the guests' preferences. Consider including both red and white wines, as well as some sparkling or fortified wines. It's also important to have enough wine on hand for tasting, and some extra bottles in case guests want to purchase.
- Consider adding some entertainment such as live music or a trivia game to keep guests engaged and add to the overall atmosphere.
What are some wine tasting themes?
You taste wines without knowing what they are or where they're from.
Choose a country or region and try the top wines from each location.
This is a classic style of wine tasting where you taste different vintages of the same wine.
You taste different wines from the same vintage.
You taste different wines made from the same grape variety.
You taste wines from different producers.
Old World vs. New World
This is when you compare wines from Europe (Old World) with wines from other parts of the world (New World).
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