Kwoff Christmas Wine Festival - Friday 6th December

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DATE: Friday 6th December
TIME: 7.30pm to 10pm
VENUE: The Met, Market St, Bury BL9 0BW

Join us for or annual Christmas festival of wine at The Met in Bury where we’ll have 100 of our favourite wines from the last 12 months available to try and all included in the cost of your ticket!

In what is fast becoming a modern Christmas tradition, once again we’ll be rounding up our wine industry friends from vineyards, importers and consultants to bring you 100 amazing wines to try at your leisure. It’s the perfect place to choose the wines that will be on your dining table on Christmas day. 

We’ll have rarities and old favourites; still and sparkling; red, white and rosé; great value and fine wines; where you can be sure to find a wine you’ll fall in love with. Our experts will be on hand to tell you all about the wines and of course, we’ll have the traditional cheese and nibbles table all included in the price of your ticket. 

The format is simple. Upon arrival, grab a glass from a Kwoff staff member and visit the tasting tables throughout the impressive venue where our staff and experts will be on hand to pour the wines. Visit any of the tables as often as you like and you are free to try any of the wines located there. Pretty simple!

Plus, if that wasn’t enough. If you order 6 bottles or more of wine on the evening, you will get a 10% discount on your order. Spend £100 and we’ll even deliver it to your door for free.

So invite friends, family, colleagues - the Kwoff Christmas tasting is a must visit event for everyone who loves wine. Tickets are limited so act fast if you want to guarantee entry.

We hope you can join us for 100 wines and 1 great night!

PLEASE NOTE – Unless the event is cancelled, tickets are non-refundable. Please only purchase if you know you are able to attend. We will not provide refunds or shop credit for unused tickets. Think of them like concert tickets.

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