Tesco chooses Brighton Centre for Wine Fair event

The Brighton Centre has been re-appointed to host Tesco's Wine Fair this September.

Tesco chooses Brighton Centre for Wine Fair event
Tesco chooses Brighton Centre for Wine Fair event

The Tesco Wine Fair, which is expected to attract more than 1,000 visitors, will take place on the 29-30 September 2012.

Guests will be given the chance to sample and compare wines specific to their interests. A ‘wine walk’ tour, guided by experts, is available with wine workshops also scheduled.

"The Tesco Wine Fairs held at the Centre have always proven a brilliant success," said Howard Barden, general manager for the Brighton Centre. "We first welcomed the event to the Centre in 2010, with a return for the 2011 show, ahead of £1m refurbishment’s completion. This year, we are delighted to be able to offer the event an even better experience, thanks to our new and improved venue facilities."

The Brighton Centre’s refurbishment included an overhaul of auditorium numbers 1 and 2, with updated facilities, a newly decorated interior and more than 4,000 new seats. 


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