Galvin at Windows runs live online tasting in UK industry first

06 March 2009 by
Galvin at Windows runs live online tasting in UK industry first

In a first for the UK hospitality industry London restaurant Galvin at Windows is today running a live online tasting event.


Embracing the social networking phenomenon including Twitter, Facebook and Gik, the restaurant on the 28th floor of the London Hilton on Park Lane has teamed up with Ustream by, allowing anyone in the world to watch the event, learn and interact.

Guests will be presented with several varieties of oysters such as Fine de Claires, Helford Native and Duchy of Cornwall which will be paired with a range of Champagnes from houses such as Laurent Perrier, Bruno Paillard and Galvin's own brand.

The oyster and Champagne tasting is the first of a new series of special events.

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