Wines from Spain announces new date for its 2020 Annual Tasting

Jacopo Mazzeo

Jacopo Mazzeo

26 March 2020

Wines from Spain has announced this morning that it will host its 31st Annual Tasting on Tuesday 29 September 2020.

The tasting was originally due to take place on 31 March but the organisers decided to postpone it earlier this month in response to the coronavirus pandemic.

'We would like to thank everyone for their patience over the last few weeks whilst awaiting our news about the postponement of the 2020 Wines from Spain Annual Tasting,' said director Fernando Muñoz. 'We are delighted to have confirmed a new date for the Annual Tasting and look forward to delivering a successful event for exhibitors and visitors at Sky Garden.'

Muñoz also said that the organisation decided to maintain the event format as originally planned, with trade visitors welcomed during the day, while consumers will allowed to visit in the evening. All self-pour tastings and masterclasses are confirmed, too.

'At this time, we also want to extend our very best wishes to all producers, importers, agents, merchants and retailers who have been affected by the coronavirus outbreak,' concluded Muñoz.

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