Don't miss our exclusive Cider Tasting session at this year's Padstow Christmas Festival

Don't miss our exclusive Cider Tasting session at this year's Padstow Christmas Festival

There’s not long to go until the start of this year’s Padstow Christmas Festival where Cornish Orchards will be holding an exclusive cider tasting session on the Friday located at The Geens of Padstow and hosted by Steevenson Wines.

On Friday 7th December at 11 am, our team will be holding an exclusive cider tasting session led by the general manager at Cornish Orchards, Patrick Gardner. The tasting session will give you the chance to learn all about how our ciders are made and the processes involved, as well as providing some key tasting notes. You will have the chance to sample a selection of our premium Cornish ciders but there are limited spaces available which are selling out quickly.

Padstow Christmas Festival 2018 will run from Thursday 6th until Sunday 9th December and is a free event so there will be no tickets required on entry. Along with the food and drink stalls, there will be several timetabled sessions on throughout the day that you will need to book. This includes our cider tasting session.

We are offering our tickets free of charge however, the ticket allocations are quickly filling up so you will need to book as soon as possible to guarantee yourself a place.

To book a ticket, please head to the Eventbrite site right here. This is an 18+ event which will run challenge 25.

Our Cider Tasting session will be run in The Wine Theatre which is located as no.21 on the festival map along North Quay Parade at the Greens of Padstow.

If you get the chance, pop by our Cornish Orchards stands 26 & 27 which will be in the main food and drink marquee. There you’ll be able to purchase the ciders available at the tasting session along with a steamy mug of our festive Wassail Mulled Cider.

For more information about the tasting session, please contact us at enquires@cornishorchards.co.uk – or head to the festival website.

Posted by Beccy Price
29th November 2018

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