From the 21st July UAL will celebrate Côtes du Rhône Wines will come alive during The Rhône Touch, in an immersive exhibition running until the 31st July.
This unique experience is an immersive exhibition which will take visitors on a journey through arts and wine right in the centre of London.
For this exhibition Côtes du Rhône has collaborated for the first time with the London College of Communication to create this public showcase of interactive art installations.
Each of the 10 projects on display have all been selected by the wine company, in an attempt to bring to life the aspects of the Rhône. The installations will each engage the visitor in a different way, through a variety of different sensory experiences such as via different sensorial experiences, from sound to smell and touch to draw an emotional reaction.
As well as the art exhibition, there will be a wine bar that will enable guests to sip a glass of red, white or rosé wine from the region while walking through the experience.
Guests can also book tickets for a pop-up restaurant headed by up-and-coming fusion chef, Adam Rawson and enjoy an unexpected wine and food matching experience. They will have the choice between bar plates (starting from £5) of ceviche and beef burgers to a three-course menu (£39) composed of 60 day Aged Beef Txuleton and Coffee Husk Tart, White Peach & Cacao Nibs.
The exhibition is free and will run from the 21st to the 31st July only. For more information and to book tickets for the restaurant experience visit: http://events.arts.ac.uk/event/2016/7/21/The-Rhone-Touch/.