Our friendly personal approach guarantees that our clients have a lot of fun and enjoy a unique wine tasting experience
Manchester, UK (PRWEB UK) 5 November 2012
Established in 1981 by Howard Charles Domney and Christopher Mitchell Pacey, Charles Mitchell Wines is regarded as one of the finest wine merchants in Manchester.
“In constant pursuit of excellence, we source only the finest wines from the world’s most prestigious producers. It's a premium service we provide and our clients simply love it.” Howard Domney
Charles Mitchell Wines have now opened their tasting room in Irlam for private and corporate tasting sessions. Charles Mitchell Wines can now host bespoke wine tasting events in Manchester for those passionate about the finer side of premium wines.
“We're very active on the events scene and provide a truly great wine experience for passionate wine lovers. Feedback shows us that the guidance we provide and our knowledge of wine is unsurpassed. We thought it was time we offered this experience to the private and corporate sector.” Chris Pacey
From October onwards, Charles Mitchell Wines will be hosting regular wine tasting events in and around Manchester. Tailoring each event specific to client requirements, Charles Mitchell Wines ensure attendees get the most out of an event.
“Our friendly personal approach guarantees that our clients have a lot of fun and enjoy a unique wine tasting experience. As well as tasting our fantastic selection of fine wines, clients also receive personal advice and guidance on matters such as wine cellar investments, glassware and wine storage units.” Howard Domney
The new wine tasting service from Charles Mitchell Wines can be held at a number of premium venues, but their deluxe wine tasting room can cater for up to 20 people and provides the perfect ambience for a special Corporate or Private Wine Tasting experience.
“Our philosophy has always been to provide an exclusive experience to discerning wine lovers. We thought it was time we opened our wine emporium to fine wine lovers in the North West and so far the take up has been encouraging.” Chris Pacey