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Hallgarten & Novum Wines Official Wine Supplier of Ascot and Royal Ascot

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Hallgarten & Novum Wines Official Wine Supplier of Ascot and Royal Ascot

Specialist wine importer Hallgarten & Novum Wines, Official Wine Supplier to Ascot Racecourse, is exclusively supplying all still wines to the world’s most famous racecourse for the second year in the partnership.

 

The partnership sees Hallgarten supply wine across the entire site, including Royal Ascot. As ever, Michelin-Starred chefs including Simon Rogan, Philip Howard and Raymond Blanc OBE will all showcase a specially selected range of wines in their respective restaurants during the Royal Meeting.

 

Hallgarten Wines trains all Ascot team members on wine product knowledge and service, ensuring guests have the best experience possible. They will also host a number of evening and annual box holder events throughout the course of the partnership.

 

 

Britain’s most popular race meeting, Royal Ascot welcomes approximately 300,000 visitors across the five days, consuming 42,000 bottles of wine and 51,000 bottles of Champagne.

 

On the announcement of the partnership;

Juliet Slot, Chief Commercial Officer at Ascot Racecourse, said: “We are delighted to welcome Hallgarten and Novum to our official supplier portfolio. With over 85 years’ experience importing wines from around the world, Hallgarten shares our values for tradition and sophistication. It has an innovative approach and an ethos of outstanding wines with outstanding service, making it the perfect accompaniment to Ascot.”

 

Hallgarten Managing Director, Andrew Bewes comments: “We are delighted to have been chosen as official supplier for a sporting venue steeped in such rich heritage and history. Ascot’s dedication to providing guests with a premium offering, delivered by passionate teams matches our values completely.  We are looking forward to working in partnership with Ascot and one of the centerpieces of the British social calendar, Royal Ascot, for years to come.”