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In late May a large wine event involving wine producers from all over the country celebrating English wines takes place. It’s the English Wine Week, a global event across England that brings together vineyard visits, local events, tastings and food-pairing sessions, plus chances to meet the producers of English wine, which is growing in reputation across the wine world.

The 10th Annual Loch Lomond Food & Drink Festival will take place on Saturday 5 & Sunday 6 September 2015 at the Loch Lomond Shores.

Country Fair Events

A family-friendly celebration of all things rural at Scotland's National Museum of Rural Life.

As part of Scotland’s Year of Food and Drink, the festival promises a splash of fun and fascinating events, all while raising awareness of Atlantic salmon and the economic, cultural, social and educational contribution it makes in Scotland and beyond.

An event for the whole family with a variety of activities including Traditional Dancing, Local Crafters, Birds of Prey, Dog Agility, Archery, Laser Clays, Bouncy Castle and Rides.
 

This year’s Largs Viking Festival will run from Saturday 29 August to Sunday 6 September. Enjoy a bespoke food and drink festival, alongside the activities such as the living history village and re-enactments that feature in the wider programme.

Best of the West profiles west coast food, drink, music and crafts in one of the most spectacular settings in Scotland, Inverary Castle.

Held annually in the grounds of Drumlanrig Castle, Galloway Country Fair is an all-round celebration of rural life which is also celebrating Scotland’s Year of Food and Drink in 2015. The popular country event will take place within the stunning surroundings of Drumlanrig Castle and Country Estate on August 22 and 23.

The City of Elgin Food & Drink Festival, led by the Elgin Business Improvement District initiative is vibrant, family-friendly festival now in its 5th year.

Shetland Reel Music Festival is a brand new event for 2015, blending the musical and cultural heritage of the UK’s most northerly island. 2015 is a fantastic time to visit and celebrate the fantastic local produce on the islands, especially during the first year of production of Shetland Reel Gin.