Brighton’s first-ever natural wine fair is coming

We’ve got wine bars a-plenty in Brighton and Hove and a fair share of wine fairs, too, but despite the growing thirst (pun totally intended) for all things low-intervention, we’ve never before had a fair that celebrates natural wine and its producers. Until now, that is!

The inaugural Brighton Natural Wine Fair is landing in the city on Saturday, 6th April, bringing over 10 natural wine producers from Sussex, Hampshire and Kent under one roof for people to try out their excellent wines.

It’s a bit of a steal, too – you’ll get five tasters, a tote bag, plus access to all the masterclasses and guided tastings for just over £15.

So who’s coming? Confirmed producers include Tillingham, Titch Hill, Quatro Mustachios, Sophie Evans, Westwell Wines, Saddle Goose, Oxney, Troupe, Traverse Wines, and distributor-importers Les Caves de Pyrene and Wines Under The Bonnet.

While the fair is all about celebrating the great winemakers we’ve got on our doorstep (and tasting their wares), it’s not just about the wine, there’ll also be local food from Neal’s Yard Dairy, Beal’s Charcuterie and Earl’s Sandwiches, music from First Press Record Fair, a workshop with Cult Milk, a tombola, and much more.

Set up by former MD of London’s Benk&Bo Lizzy Kaplan, former Plateau GM Jake Northcote-Green and BOTI founder and editor Amy, the fair has something for everyone, whether you already sup on pet nat on the regular or have yet to try the unique taste of natural wine.

Saturday 6th April; midday – 3pm or 3pm – 6pm; £16.96 – SOLD OUT
Projects The Lanes, Nile Street, Brighton, BN1 1HW