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This looks fantastic – May 24th at Bordeaux Quay, £20 per person, starts 7pm…all details on the poster below. Click to zoom and see more information!

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Offering food and drink tasting sessions that are designed to be “fun, social, affordable and possibly even a little bit educational”, social group Lionsdrinkbellinis have a fantastic programme of events coming up this year… Read the rest of this entry »

If you work in or around Aztec West and love pie, this one’s perfect for you! Simply head to The Aztec Hotel & Spa on May 17th to enjoy a Pieminister tasting session… Read the rest of this entry »

Stand + Stare present the world’s first theatrical cheese tasting. In collaboration with Bristol’s finest artisan cheese makers, Trethowan’s Dairy, they invite you to become esteemed members of The Guild of Cheese Makers. Join them at a secret Bristol location for a very important meeting… Read the rest of this entry »

Head to Wild Oats on Lower Redland Road this Thursday, April 14th between 6.30 and 8.30pm for an evening full of tastings, special offers and the chance to meet local suppliers – read on for a list of what to expect on the night…

 

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Join Vincent from Castellano’s Deli at Clifton’s Rosemarino Italian restaurant on the evening of Wednesday, April 20th for their very special Charcuterie Night – washed down with wines provided by Rosemarino… Read the rest of this entry »

If you’re in the Redland area on Wednesday lunchtime, head down to natural food shop Wild Oats to join local Cornish food specialists Mullion Cove for a tea and fairings tasting session. Read the rest of this entry »


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