All in the best taste

Local property experts treat clients to private wine tasting event

Sanderson Weatherall, a firm of chartered surveyors and property consultants based in Stockton-on-Tees, recently held a private wine-tasting event at Chadwicks Inn, Maltby.

Around 30 of Sanderson Weatherall’s valued contacts attended the event, including representatives from Handelsbanken, Endeavour Partnership, Archers Law, Stockton Council, Hartlepool Council, Anderson Barrowcliff, Waltons Clark Whitehill, FRP Advisory and Tees Business.

David Fairley, a partner at Sanderson Weatherall’s Teesside office, said: “We remain incredibly active in the local market and while there’s no hard sell on our part, it’s great to get the opportunity to share an evening of great food and wine with a number of key clients that continue to support us.

“When we first hosted the event in 2017 we really wanted to create something that we could make our own and along with the team at Chadwicks, we think we’ve now got an event that people look forward too, year on year!

“There’s no hard sell on our part and we hope that guests can feel relaxed, enjoying the incredible wine and food in an informal setting that allows everyone to build long-lasting relationships with fellow North-East contacts.

“We’ve now sampled Italian, Spanish and South American wines over the past three years and are already starting to think about next year’s line-up!”

Chadwicks Inn is situated in Maltby, a quiet village on the edge of the North York Moors, and has featured in the Michelin Guide from 2012 to 2017 and held two AA Rosettes since 2010.

Matthew Clarke, also a partner with Sanderson Weatherall, said: “The event once again proved a resounding success, highlighting the strong relationships we have with our clients and professional business contacts in the Teesside region. We’ve received great feedback.”

Ian Kirk, corporate manager at Handelsbanken in Stockton, said: “I just wanted to thank you and the others at Sanderson Weatherall for another fantastic evening this year at Chadwicks.

“It really has become known as a highlight event of the year, with interesting and engaging guests in attendance and warm and generous hosting.”

Nicola Neilson, partner and head of agricultural property at Jacksons Law, said: “Thank you to all of the Sanderson Weatherall team for the very kind invitation. I had a lovely evening.

“It is different from any other events I have been to and you had brought together a great group of people.

“The food was excellent and it was good to try new wines (when isn’t it?). The goodie bag was a lovely surprise, and I can continue to enjoy the event this evening!”

Sanderson Weatherall’s Stockton office works with property occupiers, owners and investors throughout the Tees Valley and by offering multiple services under one roof is the only one-stop property shop working within Teesside.

Matthew Clarke added: “Our Teesside office in Stockton remains very active in the local commercial property market, providing property-led advice across the Tees Valley, as well as in parts of County Durham and North Yorkshire to a wide range of clients, with our specialist team working alongside occupiers, owners and investors across a number of property sectors within the region.

“From a fast-paced agency team to valuation and building consultancy, the office offers in-depth local knowledge when delivering our full range of first-class property services.”

For more details visit or give the Teesside team a call on 01642 426900.


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