The Real Wine Fair Edinburgh is an artisan wine producer event, featuring a range of growers and winemakers who work sustainably,

organically and biodynamically in the vineyard and use minimal interventions in the winery.

The resulting wines are authentic, true to the singularity of vintage and their terroir.

No fewer than 20 producers from 6 countries will be present on the day to pour and talk about their wines.


  • Domaine de la Roche Audran, Côtes du Rhône
  • Domaine Jonathan Didier Pabiot, Pouilly Fumé
  • Alta Alella, Alella, Catalunya
  • Les Equilibristes, Southern France
  • Fidora, Veneto
  • Peter Jakob Kuhn, Rheingau
  • Fabulas, Abruzzo
  • Château Beauregard Mirouze, Corbières
  • Domaine Seguin Manuel, Burgundy
  • Château du Cèdre, Cahors
  • Weingut Judith Beck, Burgenland
  • Ancre Hill Vineyards, Monmouthshire, Wales
  • Alfredo Maestro, Old Castile
  • Pedro Olivares, Levant
  • Partida Creus, Catalunya
  • Aphros, Vinho Verde
  • La Stoppa, Emilia Romagna
  • Azienda Agricola Bera Vittorio e Figli, Piemonte
  • Tour des Gendres & Albert de Conti, Bergerac
  • Domaine de Fréa, Bordeaux
  • Stephane Delaitre, Bourgueil
  • Bodegas Pigar, Utiel Requena
  • Bodegas Vinificante, C


The Real Wine Fair Edinburgh will be held at Timberyard, 10 Lady Lawson Street, Edinburgh, EH3 9DS.


  • Walk from Edinburgh Waverly Station – 15 mins (0.8 miles) Cross over Market Street onto Fleshmarket Close, turn right onto High Street onto Lawnmarket, Johnston Terrace and left on Lady Lawson Street.


  • From Edinburgh Waverley Station to Usher Hall; Numerous buses run regularly (from Bus stop PP on Princes Street to Bus stop XF on Lothian Road)  – approx. 10 min journey. Then Usher Hall to Timberyard; 5min walk (0.2 miles)


  • From Edinburgh Airport (towards St Andrew Square) to West End – 29 min (12 stops) Then West End to Timberyard – 11min walk (0.6 miles)– Head north on Shandwick Place, right onto Lothian Rd, left onto Castle Terrace, then left onto Lady Lawson St. 


  • NCP Edinburgh Castle Terrace car park; Please book in advance. 2 min walk – Head southeast on Castle Terrace towards Barrace, 1st exit at roundabout onto Castle Terrace, then left onto Lady Lawson St.


1 – Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?

Due to the nature of The Fair, all attendees must be aged 18 years +. Please bring proof of age with you. Babes in arms are permitted, but we are unable to accommodate any other minors.

2 – Is there food at the event?

Unfortunately, there will not be food available for our trade guests. However, you will be able to leave and come back to the venue if you need to pop out for a bite to eat.

3 – Do you send out paper tickets?

No, tickets are automatically sent to you within the Eventbrite confirmation email, when you registered for tickets.

4 – Do I need to print out my tickets for the event?

By all means feel free to print them but we’ll be happy to scan a digital copy of the ticket with the QR code on arrival, from your mobile device. Tickets would have been sent to you via the Eventbrite confirmation email.

5 – I haven’t received my confirmation email, what should I do?

Please contact us at and we can re-send the confirmation email to you. If you still don’t receive the email, please check your junk or spam folder.

6 – I would like to come to the Real Wine Fair Edinburgh on Monday but am not a member of the wine trade, can I still come?

We are afraid that this event is reserved solely for members of the wine trade and press. Regrettably guests who are not members of the wine trade will not be able to gain entry to the event.

7 – Will be a cloakroom facilities available?

Yes, unattended cloakroom facilities will be available for all attendees. Located right next to the registration desk.

8 – Will dogs (pets) be allowed at the venue?

Regrettably, due to the venue’s own policy, dogs (pets) will not be allowed.

9 – Will children be allowed?

Due to the alcohol-related nature of the event, children/minors will not be permitted* (*babies/young infants preferable in arms as we won’t have space for prams).