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The UAE Vine Festival is back

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 The UAE Vine Festival is back. Running from the 21st March to the 10th April, the UAE Vine Festival is a three-week celebration of grapes in all shapes, form and glory, showcasing some of the very best wine, food and hospitality on offer across the United Arab Emirates.

The UAE Vine Festival will combine wine tasting with foodie experiences in a series of unique sessions hosted by some of the best venues in the country. These experiences will take you across the globe, featuring countless cuisines and regions.

Whether you’re sampling the best food and wine that South Africa has to offer in The Pangolin, or making your way across the world at Souk Madinat Jumeirah, there’s something for everyone on the three-week line-up, with more events set to be added soon.

Many of the interesting events will have a tasting lesson from a top sommelier included, giving guests the chance to learn something new along the way. The team of experts will be on-hand throughout to answer any of your burning questions too.

With 30+ experiences to choose from, the festival features some of the nation’s biggest names in F&B, most spectacular venues and an array of wine events – from blind tastings and masterclasses, to pairing dinners and country-themed experiences – all curated by some of the region’s top sommeliers.

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“The Covid situation inspired us to reimagine how a wine festival might work in this environment and while the concept differs from a traditional wine festival, it opens up a number of experiences where people can try different wine combinations,” explains Lindsay Trivers, CEO of The Tasting Class.

All of the events adhere to the UAE guidelines for Covid Safety, including a maximum of seven people per table, a clear gap of three meters between each, clear marking and signage, and physical distancing to avoid crowding. Masks and social distancing are also a must whilst moving around.

By doing this will be possible enjoy the festival and discover a world of grape without ever leaving the country.

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