Visitors to this year’s event at London Earls Court, 8th-10th January, can enjoy more than 40 wine and champagne seminars.
(PRWEB) December 3, 2009
What better way to spend a grey January day than learning all about the world famous French wines and champagnes at The France Show 2010?
Visitors to this year's event at London Earls Court, 8th-10th January, can enjoy more than 40 wine and champagne seminars.
From Bordeaux to Burgundy, and from the plains of the Loire Valley to the foothills of the Alps, wine buffs and beginners alike can take advantage of a guided tour around the glorious wines of France from experts. Or, if they don't want to limit themselves to one region, visitors can sign up for a wine merchant's seminar where they get to taste a carefully chosen selection of wines from all over the country.
As for champagnes, well the France Show 2010 is delighted to announce that renowned label Nicolas Feuillatte will take centre stage this year.
Wine tasting seminars is just element of The France Show 2010, however, a national show which well and truly celebrates the best of France and French living, art and culture, attracting over 25,000 visitors per year.
Other features include live cookery demonstrations by Jean-Christophe-Novelli, performances by Can-Can and French cabaret dancers, the UK's largest French property exhibition, French produce markets, street entertainers, artists and singers.
Entry to the show itself costs £10 per person and tickets can be booked online at thefranceshow.com
Seminar tickets are £5 and include tastings of four wines per session under the expert tutelage of the resident wine buffs. Seminar tickets can be booked on the day on a first-come-first-served basis or, to ensure you get a place, you can book your wine tickets online at http://www.thefranceshow.com