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Trade and Press Tasting 2023Trade and Press Tasting 2023

Trade and Press Tasting 2023



Wines of Great Britain are looking forward to welcoming you to our 2023 Trade & Press Tasting on Tuesday 5 September at Battersea Arts Centre.

The first Tuesday in September is now synonymous with the WineGB Trade & Press Tasting on the wine trade calendar, and Wines of Great Britain look forward welcoming you on Tuesday 5 September at Battersea Arts Centre (10.30am- 5.30pm). The iconic Battersea Arts Centre is our new venue for 2023 and offers plenty of the floor space, light and atmosphere for our tasting.

Producers from across the UK will be exhibiting, with some new names as well as returning favourites. This is the largest showcase for wines produced in Britain and you will have an opportunity to discover the ever-expanding range and scope of wine styles all under one roof, and to meet many of the winemakers and other producer representatives who will be there on the day.

Using this Bottlebooks platform you can access all the exhibitors and wines on show to help plan your visit in advance.

We look forward to seeing you there!


We have a range of features to occupy you throughout your visit.

Our exhibitor stands will be positioned around the hall, grouped geographically where possible. Exhibitors include individual producers and shared stands and regional tables showing a variety of new and smaller commercial producers.

The ever-popular free pour tables will provide some additional focus on some of our key themes this year – see the themes below.

Sustainability will be a key theme at the tasting, with a focus tasting table of SWGB-certified wines. Additionally, our Industry Press Briefing at the beginning of the day will welcome our recently appointed Sustainability Ambassador, Anne Jones, who will outline the exciting initiatives this industry is undertaking to shape its future to make it a leading wine region for sustainability. The briefing will be introduced by WineGB Chair, Sam Linter, together with WineGB’s incoming CEO, Nicola Bates. If you would like to attend this, please

We are delighted to be working with Bottlebooks again to bring you the tasting booklet as a digital offering. A PDF version is available to print off and bring with you on the day.


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Take a look at our Digital Catalogue!

We're reducing our carbon footprint by no longer printing catalogues. We are replacing them with something which we think is even better – completely personalized tasting catalogues that you can create before the event.

Watch this short video to learn how.


Click the bookmark icon to add exhibitors and products to your catalogue.

Tasting notes

Add tasting tasting notes on your smartphone at the event, and export them when you get home.

PDF & Excel export

Export your personal catalog as PDF or Excel, including any tasting notes you took at the event.

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Focus Tables


Free Pour Tables

Our free pour tables allow you to taste different producers’ wines of the same style side by side.

This year's focus styles will be:

  • Pet-Nat, Col Fondo and natural wines
  • 2022 still wines
  • 2018 classic method sparkling wines
  • Other grape-based products


SWGB Accredited Wines

Sustainable Wines of Great Britain (SWGB) will also be featuring wines and other grape-based products that have gained SWGB accreditation and carry the SWGB certification, providing a great opportunity to see what is now commercially available. This will include the first time Sustainable Wine of the Year from our 2023 WineGB Awards. These wines will be set out as a free pour table.

Many of the medal winners will also be on show on exhibitor tables. Look out for the WineGB Awards medal icons against each wine listing.


WineGB Awards 2023 Trophy Winners’ Table

The Trophy winning wines from this year’s competition will be available to taste on their own free pour table. Visit the Bottlebooks page for the full list.

Many of the medal winners will also be on show on exhibitor tables. Look out for the WineGB Awards medal icons against each wine listing.


Regional Tables

Check out our regional vineyard association tables who will be representing a number of producers from their region – many of them small or new producers exhibiting for the first time:

  • WineGB East
  • WineGB West
  • WineGB South East
  • WineGB Wessex



The Battersea Arts Centre
Lavender Hill
London SW11 5TN
United Kingdom

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