See photo highlights from the Discoveries of Greece, Italy and Bulgaria Decanter tasting event this week (2nd February 2016).
Across both trade and consumer tastings, more than 300 people came to discover more about the wines from Greece, Italy and Bulgaria.
Held in the Insititute of Directors in London’s Pall Mall, 19 producers showcased more than 80 wines from these countries.
The trade event also included a masterclass from Konstantinos Lazarakis MW, further exploring the similarities between these winemaking countries.
The Discoveries of Greece Italy Bulgaria tasting was held at the Institute of Directors.
19 producers showcased their wines.
Monte delle Vigne showed their wines and Lambrusco.
Alpha Estate, from Amyndeon in Greece, showed its red and white dry wines.
Torre Fornello, from the Colli Piacentini hills in Emilia-Romagna
Konstantinos Lazarakis MW lead a masterclass on wines of Greece, Italy and Bulgaria.
The wines at the Discoveries of Greece Italy and Bulgaria masterclass.
Tenuta Santa Cecilia Croara showed a selection of sparkling and still wines.
Trade professionals try wines at the Decanter Greece, Italy and Bulgaria tasting.
Domaine Skouras, from the Nemea Peloponesse region in Greece.
Wines from Pulden & Villa Yambol, in Bulgaria
Mossi 1558 from Emilia-Romagna.
La Sabbiona in Emilia-Romagna showed some of their dry red and white wines.
Fattoria Moretto showed a selection of Lambruscos and sparkling wines.
Fratelli Bonelli showed some of their sparkling and red wines.
Decanter's Steven Spurrier tasting the wines.
Over 300 people came to the trade and consumer tastings.
Celli Winery showcased some of their dry red and white wines.
Condé Winery showed a range of Sangiovese wines.
Casali Viticultori showed a range of red and white sparkling wines.