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The Oxford Wine Festival 2023

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Would you like to explore the wonderful world of wine that exists beyond the supermarket shelves? Do you want to learn more about wine, but in a fun way?

At the Oxford Wine Festival, you can discover fabulous, mouth-watering wines in relaxed, friendly surroundings. Bringing together over 40 leading merchants and vineyards in one of Oxford's most iconic buildings (the Oxford Union), The Oxford Wine Festival invites you for a celebration of everything that is great about the grape.

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

8-9 September

oxfordwinefestival.org

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