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Rodney Densem 16th annual wine tasting, Crewe Hall

PUBLISHED: 10:31 02 December 2011 | UPDATED: 20:23 20 February 2013

Nichola Taylor, Alan Graham

Nichola Taylor, Alan Graham

Over 500 guests enjoyed the 16th annual wine tasting of Rodney Densem Wines at Crewe Hall.

Over 500 guests enjoyed the 16th annual wine tasting of Rodney Densem Wines at Crewe Hall.


Some 250 prestigious wines, spirits and champagnes were available to taste, many of which were new additions to the RDW portfolio of over 1200 products. Master classes were held by Champagne Veuve Clicquot and the Bruichladdich Whisky from Islay.

Rodney Densem also import their own extra virgin olive oil, Eleonas, from the family olive grove near Kalamata, Greece.

This event is probably the largest of its kind in the region and is open to all clients of Rodney Densem Wines, a privately owned business established in 1972, specialising in bespoke gift supplies and corporate accounts. They also have an award-winning retail shop in Nantwich.

Chairman Rodney Densem said: Despite difficult financial times our clients continue to seek high quality wines from around the worlds regions and this years event has been the most successful to date. Naturally we are very pleased and hope to maintain progress with all our clients throughout the year ahead.


Over 500 guests enjoyed the 16th annual wine tasting of Rodney Densem Wines at Crewe Hall.Some 250 prestigious wines, spirits and champagnes were available to taste, many of which were new additions to the RDW portfolio of over 1200 products.

Master classes were held by Champagne Veuve Clicquot and the Bruichladdich Whisky from Islay.Rodney Densem also import their own extra virgin olive oil, Eleonas, from the family olive grove near Kalamata, Greece.

This event is probably the largest of its kind in the region and is open to all clients of Rodney Densem Wines, a privately owned business established in 1972, specialising in bespoke gift supplies and corporate accounts.

They also have an award-winning retail shop in Nantwich.Chairman Rodney Densem said: Despite difficult financial times our clients continue to seek high quality wines from around the worlds regions and this years event has been the most successful to date. Naturally we are very pleased and hope to maintain progress with all our clients throughout the year ahead.

PHOTOGRAPHY BY PAUL SWEENEY



The print version of this article appeared in the December 2011 issue of Cheshire Life

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