How much does it cost to exhibit or visit?
Exhibit - Please contact Lee Sharkey on 01293 558136 or Judy Kendrick on 07770 472717 to find out the cost of exhibiting. We have a range of different sized tables available. Please note if you are new to SITT you may be limited to 4ft or 6ft tables.
Visit - SITT is free to attend for visitors, we suggest pre-registering for a swift entry, but you are still able to register on the day. Just bring a business card.
Who can visit?
Our guest list prioritises wine buyers in the on and off trade. We have a select few tickets available for wine journalists/press/students to join us on the day. If you are not a wine buyer but interested in attending, please contact email@example.com.
How long is each tasting?
SITT Tastings typically open at 10.30am and close at 5pm.
What facilities are available at the SITT venues?
There will be light refreshments (tea, coffee, sandwiches etc.) to purchase and cloackrooms at both locations.
Is SITT really just for independents in the trade?
Over the years, SITT was straying from it's roots - a tasting solely for independents. Now in new hands, we are tightening the criteria and making sure exhibitors and visitors have the same motives, to maximise the success of your visit.
This tasting is for independents, no large commercial companies, just small scale, boutique businesses in the wine trade.
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How do you get to the venues by public transport / What parking is available?
Monday 25th February - The Principal, Manchester
The Principal is just a few minutes walk from Oxford Street mainline station.
Parking is available at the NCP Manchester Palace, just 3 mins walk from The Principal.
Wednesday 27th February - Royal Horticultural Halls, London
The Royal Horticultural Halls is a short walk from Victoria station.
We would strongly recommend using public transport to get to the London tasting, as parking is very limited.