Taking place between 3 and 6 May, the festival will feature experiential tastings, blend your own wine classes, live street art, authentic Spanish produce from La Boqueria market, Campo Viejo bars and Spanish street food.
Following last year's inaugural event, Campo Viejo is aiming for 2014 to reflect a more vivid exploration of the brand. A 'colour lab' will be hosted by Professor Charles Spence, which aims to test visitors' senses by looking at how colour and sound can affect taste.
Live art will be produced by renowned artists Remed and Okuda, who participated in last year's event, while visitors can also take part in blending classes, with the opportunity to take home their own bottle.
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