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The rosé festival announces launch of three day festival in London in May 2022

An exciting new concept, The Rosé Festival, is coming to London in May 2022. Set to be the UK’s leading Rosé Wine Festival and a key moment in the Summer social calendar, the event will take place in the garden at Fulham Palace and is set over three days. The event will provide both Londoners and visitors alike with an extravaganza of wine, food, live music and entertainment.

Taking place from 27 until 29 May 2022, The Rosé Festival will pay homage to the iconic ‘Summer wine’ and all things pink as it is set to kick off the Summer season in true style. Inspired by successful events around the world, the event will be the first of its size to be held in the UK and is set to establish itself as an annual fixture in London’s social diary.

The event will bring together both fun-loving and curious rosé fans and wine connoisseurs with an extensive range of producers and brands from around the world. Throughout the long weekend,

visitors at the festival can expect to purchase and enjoy rosé sampling from over 40 notable rosé brands including headline producers such as Maison Mirabeau and Léoube.

Set within the historic Fulham Palace grounds, the location boasts 13 acres of beautiful lawns and walled garden. Consumers will be able to cool off in The Central Bar situated on the main lawn and meet leading rosé wine producers at different stations around the gardens.

Exciting notable food partners will be announced in early 2022 including a range of restaurant and street food pop ups which will be showcased throughout the weekend. A feasting series is set to be held in the Central Tudor Courtyard which will see both leading restaurants and chefs partner with rosé brands to create a truly unique and gastronomic experience for guests to enjoy.

The Rosé Festival will also boast extensive entertainment throughout the weekend including live music during the day and notable DJ’s picking up the tempo and playing well into the evening. Interactive wine tastings, a series of chef masterclasses and other lifestyle events will also take place throughout the festival.

Early bird tickets for The Rosé Festival go on sale on Thursday, 16th December and prices start from £20 for these tickets, going up to £25 per person in January for general admission.

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Get ready to drink pink next summer


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