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A Visit To The Institute Of Masters Of Wine Head Office


Come Visit the Institute of Masters of Wine Head Office with Us. Master of Wine is a qualification in the study of wine conferred by the Institute of Masters of Wine.

Becoming a Master of Wine is the final staging post on the path to becoming a wine expert.

In this latest episode of Inside the Drinks Business, join Sid Patel, CEO, of Beverage Trade Network as he takes you inside the Institute of Masters of Wine head office in London, United Kingdom.

He is in a conversation with Adrian Garforth, Executive Director, and Sarah Harrison, Head of Study Programme and Development as they discuss the working of the coveted institute and share valuable insights on how the Masters of Wine program works.

If you’re a Master of Wine or currently pursuing this certification, make your way to the USA Trade Tasting where you will get the opportunity to talk to hundreds of brands and network with industry peers and the who’s who of the drinks industry in Chicago. 

USA Trade Tasting would like to invite sommeliers, wine directors, and wine buyers to Chicago where the world of spirits, wine, and beer is coming on October 12 & 13 to showcase their brands. More than 100 companies will be looking to connect with the trade.


This is an event that you would not want to miss, with action-packed micro-events, exciting wine, spirits, beer, and cider brands from all over the world, and industry leaders taking the stage to share their practical insights. Don’t miss your chance to rub shoulders with heavyweights of the drinks industry from Chicago and around the US. 

Date and Time: 

October 12 & 13, 2022 11:00 AM – 5:00 PM CDT. 

Conference: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM CDT. 

Location: Midwest Conference Center 

401 W Lake St, Northlake, Chicago IL 60164 United States.

Take advantage of this opportunity to see wines, spirits, beers, and ciders that you’d never otherwise have had a chance to taste. You can register your visitor pass here and avoid the gate fee.