We’re thrilled to bring you this fantastic offer, in partnership with Médoc wines. Our Marvelous Medoc 3 bottle case includes the perfect wines for the festive season (and would make a great Christmas gift!).
Scroll down to find out about our Médoc tasting event (online or in a Cambridge college!) happening on 8 December. Buy the case and you get to attend one of these events absolutely FREE!
The case includes:
(*Buy the case online or in-store before 24 November. Only 30 in-person and 50 online spaces available – hurry!)
Date: Wednesday, 8 December | Time: 7:30pm | Location: Peterhouse Upper Hall (Trumpington Street, Cambridge, CB2 1RD)
*Only 30 Tickets Available
Join us for a splendid evening as we taste the marvellous wines of Médoc. The event will be hosted by CWM’s co-founder, wine buyer and MD, Hal Wilson, and journalist, food and wine legend Fiona Beckett.
(Live-stream of the in-person tasting in Cambridge)
Date: Wednesday, 8 December | Time: 7:30pm | Location: Your sofa (Zoom)
*Only 50 Tickets Available
What’s included in the online tasting:
– 6 x 100ml samples of top Médoc Wines
– Free mainland UK wide delivery
– Access to the live Zoom tasting held at Peterhouse College, hosted by Hal Wilson and Fiona Beckett.
Fiona Beckett is a Bristol-based writer and food & wine journalist who regularly writes for The Guardian, Decanter magazine, and other UK news publications. She has also written for The Times, The Daily Mail, The Telegraph, and National Geographic Food. She is the author of over 30 books about food, wine, beer and matching food with drinks.
Hal Wilson is the Co-Founder, Managing Director and wine buyer of Cambridge Wine Merchants. Hal was named Independent Wine Buyer for 2020 by the London Wine Fair Awards in its inaugural year. He is a senior judge with the Wine Merchant Top 100 wine competition and judges in many other wine competitions in the UK and Europe. He appears in a list of the Top 100 most influential people in the Wine Trade and has been named Personality of the Year at the annual Rioja Wine Awards.
Don’t want the case, but interested in the event (or want to buy an extra ticket)? We’re offering a few discounted tickets for a limited period at only £30 for either in-person or online. Email firstname.lastname@example.org and please include a contact number.
Medoc Vineyards differs from other wine regions thanks to a unique combination of different characteristics: its size, its economic weight, the variety of its crus, the respect for tradition alongside the adoption of the latest techniques, the prestigious brands and of course its terroir.
A vast vineyard: The Médoc and its 8 appellations represent 15% of Bordeaux vineyards, covering more than 16 000 hectares. The Médoc appellations are amongst the most well known amongst wine amateurs and the most quoted by connoisseurs.
Médoc vineyards sell almost 100 million bottles per year. 50 million bottles are exported every year (40% for the European Union, 60% for the rest of the world). The annual turnover is between €600 million to €1 billion depending on the vintage (volume and prices vary every year). This is almost half of the export turnover for Bordeaux red wine.
Médoc has approximately 600 chateaux and almost 1000 brands, including very small properties of just a few hectares but with a large proportion of vineyards of over 20 Ha. Wines are available from €5 to €500 per bottle.
[Read more on the official Le Vins De Médoc Bordeaux website.]