Over 50 fine wines from boutique and family owned vineyards will be on offer at Glasgow's Wine Festival later this month.
Over 700 people are expected at the event, hosted by The Wine Palate, which has been running since 2014.
The Glasgow Wine Festival will take place at The Trades Hall of Glasgow on Sunday, September 27, at 1.30pm - 5pm and again from 6.30pm - 10pm.
There will be unusual bottles that cannot be found in supermarkets from the likes of Bulgaria, Hungary, Transylvania and Argentina
Guests can also enjoy live jazz performed by world class musicians from The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.
In addition there will be mini masterclasses exploring How To Identify Quality Wine and Discovering Argentinian Wine, presented by wine experts.
Director of Wine Palate, Kirstin Boyce said: "Customers will be able to wander round the tables at their leisure and select any wines they wish to sample.
"In a separate area there will be seated masterclasses where customers will have the opportunity to try two wines discussed during the presentations.
"This September's Glasgow Wine Festival is looking to be our most exciting yet.
"We are thrilled to have world class jazz musicians from The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland joining us this time.
"With over 50 beautiful wines to sample at your leisure, it is looking to be a fantastic day out."
A wine list detailing all wines available to sample will be provided on arrival at The Trades Hall.
This is an over 21s only event and valid ID is required upon entry.
Tickets cost £40 and can be purchased from the Wine Palate website here.