Hangingditch Winefair Ten

By Admin | 1 October 2017

We are delighted to announce that we'll be joining the line-up for #hdwf10 ~ with the UK being the leading market for South African wine exports we are really looking forward to sharing our diverse wines with you at the splendid Manchester Cathedral this October.

hangingditch winefair ten

Friday 27th October: 6pm-9.30pm

Saturday 28th October: 1pm-3.30pm (day session)
5pm-8.30pm (evening session)

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