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A French Wine Growers' Fair is to take place from 21 to 23 November at the Barbican Exhibition Centre in London, UK.

More than 130 wineries from all the French wine-producing regions will present around 500 wines, with the event open to the public, organisers announced today (5 November).

The three-day show will allow visitors to meet winemakers, sample wines and purchase at producer prices. None of the wines on show are currently being distributed in the UK.

All of the French wine-producing regions will be represented, with wines from Bordeaux and south-western France, Burgundy, Champagne, the Rhone Valley, Provence, Corsica, Languedoc Roussillon, the Loire Valley and Alsace.

There will also be producers of organic wines, as well as British winemakers based in France. Wine growers will offer tastings of red, white and rosé wines, as well as sparkling wine.

Sectors: Wine

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