The business of connecting senior executives for networking and building relationships…
…with the pleasure of fine wine and gourmet dining in exquisite venues.
The first Chief Wine Officer (CWO) evening was in September 2005, London. And now, our team delivers 70+ events each year, for 450+ companies ranging from multi-national corporates to niche organisations. The CWO experience has so far been enjoyed by thousands of professional decision-makers, in 25+ cities, across 15+ countries.
The Right Audience, At The Right Time
Over the years we’ve evolved our services to suit the many industries and regions where we operate. Engaging senior-level and C-level executives is a specialised skill, requiring high-level strategy, experience, and insight. Naturally, we offer all this to you… and much more.
You can choose from a bespoke service, where your event is tailored to your aims. And if you need guidance or ideas, our advisers would be delighted to support you.
Or you can opt for a readymade event. We provide end-to-end event management, taking the hassle out of organisation. Leaving you to focus 100% on achieving your goals.
We have great relationships with some of the world’s leading venues, and can recommend the ideal location to complement and boost your brand. These include Tate Modern, Rosewood Hotel, Savoy Place, Walbook Members Club, The Gherkin, BAFTA Theatre, Shakespeare Globe, Lowry Hotel, Norwood Members Club, Dream Downtown Hotel, Clift Hotel, Ames Hotel, Thomson Hotel, Midtown Loft & Terrace, NY Yacht Club, Battery Gardens and many more.
With Business Comes Pleasure
The CWO experience includes a series of fine wine and vintage champagne tastings. These are hosted by some of the world’s leading wine experts. Expect to be entertained and educated!
The tastings are blended with light-hearted competition. Guests are asked a series of multiple-choice questions about the wines. At the end of the night, the winner receives the ultimate accolade: the much-sought-after title of Chief Wine Officer.
Even if you’re not a wine drinker, there’s much to gain from attending. If you’re coming to a dinner, you can expect 3 or 4 courses of gourmet food. There’ll be a structured programme of business content, with high-profile industry speakers. Plus plenty of opportunities for networking with your peers.