Following on from two successful wine fair events, the Brighton Centre has announced that it again will host Tesco’s Wine Fair this September.
Organisers of the supermarket’s Wine Fair hope to attract 1,000 visitors to the event, 29-30 September 2012.
They promise opportunities to sample hundreds of wines from over 14 countries, as well as several wine workshops. All visitors will also be invited on a ‘wine walk’ tour guided by experts.
“The Tesco Wine Fairs held at the Centre have always proven a brilliant success,” says Howard Barden, General Manager for the Brighton Centre. “We first welcomed the event in 2010, with a return for the 2011 show ahead of the £1m refurbishment’s completion. This year, we are delighted to be able to offer the event an even better experience, thanks to our new and improved venue facilities.”
The Brighton Centre’s refurbishment has included an overhaul of Auditorium’s 1 and 2, and a newly-decorated interior and 4,000 brand new seats.
Technology has been significantly upgraded, with the installation of high-speed broadband, and free delegate Wi-Fi.
Sarah Florence, the organiser of the Wine Fair, says: “A key requirement in choosing a venue of the Tesco Wine Fair is a location that can be easily accessed. The Centre has excellent transport links and has sufficient space to allow delegates a relaxing and pleasurable experience.”
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