A natural wine fair is coming back after a sold-out debut.

The Brighton Natural Wine Fair held its first event in April and is coming back later this year.

There will be local food stalls, workshops, music and crafts at the event at Wagner Hall in Regency Road, Brighton.

Th event promises to “broaden your wine horizons” and guests will be able to taste an extensive selection of natural wines and meet the makers.

 “Our aim is to demystify natural wine and create a welcoming space where everyone can learn and enjoy,” said Lizzy Kaplan, one of the event’s co-organisers.

Jake Northcote-Green,  who also organised the event, said: “By highlighting the connection between low-intervention winemaking and sustainable agriculture, we hope to inspire a deeper appreciation for how mindful farming practices not only benefit the land but also influence the wine.”

Tickets cost £17.50 to £20 and include five taster tokens, access to workshops and a branded tasting glass.