Ta’ Betta Wines makes its mark at House and Garden Event hosted in London’s Vogue House

Local winery, Ta’ Betta Wine Estates were invited to feature their wine selection in an exclusive Reader Event, organised by House & Garden UK earlier this year. The event was set up at its headquarters in London and readers were invited to taste the rich flavours of Malta and learn more about the attractions of our islands.

Ta’ Betta Wine Estates were approached by House & Garden editor Laura Normanton for an exclusive wine tasting for Ta’ Betta wines at Vogue House, Hanover Square, London, following a personal visit from Ms Normanton to the winery last summer.

More than 40 wine enthusiasts and sommeliers enjoyed a guided wine tasting by Ta’ Betta’s co-founder Juanito Camilleri and Head of Sales and Marketing, Josef Bonello. Attendees sampled and learnt about the ethos and wine making process of Ta’ Betta’s Jean Parisot 2017, Jean Parisot 2018, Antonio Manoel 2017 and the Philippe Villiers 2017.

In keeping with the Malta theme, Mediterranean canapes and local flavours were served to accompany the wines.

Commenting about the event, co-founder Astrid Camilleri said that they were immediately thrilled at the first mention of the opportunity and extremely humbled by the invitation from such a prestigious publication. Feedback received was gratifying and rewarding, and Ta’ Betta Wine Estates have built further on many of the relationships made possible through the event.

House & Garden is a prestigious UK publication that focuses on international design, travel and lifestyle. The publication forms part of the Condé Nast Group which is home to magazines such as Vogue and The New Yorker.

Ta’ Betta Wine Estates is a four-hectare estate in Girgenti, limits of Siggiewi, Malta. The estate produces fine wines and hosts exclusive wine events within its private grounds for its Club Members and discerning clients. Ta’ Betta wines are distributed locally to a selected list of wine retailers and restaurants and can also be bought online at tabetta.com. In addition, Ta’ Betta wine is also exported to Germany and Switzerland and is currently working on new potential markets for its wine portfolio.