Upton Village Wine Club

Hi, welcome to the Upton Village Wine Club (UVWC for short!).   If you have a preference for some wines over others and wanted to understand a bit more about the differences, or been bemused at the vast array of wines to chose from at your local store, or quite simply enjoy socialising with the odd glass then please come along and try one of our monthly meetings.

The Club, formed in 2005, provides village residents, their families and friends with informal monthly meetings at which we taste wines relating to a particular theme.

Meetings are usually attended by around thirty to forty members, and eight wines are tasted with information provided by a speaker – often a Club member, otherwise a visiting professional.

The meetings are intended to be informal and inclusive, providing an opportunity for members to socialise and for newcomers to the Village to be welcomed.

We typically meet in the Village Hall on the third Wednesday of the month, except for December when we meet a week earlier and July and August when we have a summer break. Meetings start at 8 p.m. and topics for forthcoming meetings are displayed here.

If you have any questions or would like to try it out then please get in touch, we would love to hear from you.

Kind regards,

Ian

Chairman

Barn Acre, Stream Road,   Ian.Langley@yahoo.co.uk

Upton Village Hall, United Kingdom
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UVWAC

Wine no 4 was an aromatic full bodied Viognier from @TheWineSociety Gres du Trias which we paired with the sublime and decadent Delice de Creme

Wine no 3 was Nina Stocker’s Brave Goose Chardonnay from @nakedwines which we paired with a complimentary creamy Brie

Wine no 2 is a Greek wine from @berrybrosrudd Lyrarakis which we paired with baked haloumi , the crisp aromatic white wine cut through the salty cheese

We’re starting off our village wine club evening with @NakedWines Prosecco Col de L’Utia. We’re pairing it with Grana Padano

Our last #wine of the evening is Waitrose Barossa Shiraz produced by St Halley for @waitrosewine Bright raspberry and plums with a touch of spice

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