The event, hosted by Plau Gin and Beer House returns for its third outing, and with over 100 different gins on offer withing a Victorian walled garden, it sounds idyllic.
New for Sunday is a family fun day, which promises kids entertainment, activities, music and nibbles.
An Outdoor Kitchen will be serving up locally sourced burgers, kebabs and vegan friendly Mediterranean stew, while a bandstand and DJ will keep the party atmosphere going throughout the day.
As for the gin itself, you can expect a great mix of your old favourites, the fruity numbers, the herbaceous and the down right different. We had a little look at what's on offer, and these caught our eye:
Ampersand Strawberry Gin (37.5%)
A versatile gin sourced from the south of Spain.
Bakewell Gin (40%)
Made in a small copper pot still using traditional methods and infused with just six botanicals.
Bertha's Revenge Irish Milk Gin (42%)
Named after Bertha, a Droimeann cow from Kerry said to have been the oldest in the world when she died aged 48 in 1993.
Chesterfield Lemon Sherbert Gin (40%)
A zesty and sweet tipple with a base of Chesterfield Dry Gin
Duck and Crutch Gin (45%)
All the way from a tiny shed in Kensington, with flavours of Darjeeling Tea, walnut and bourbon vanilla pod.
Eden Mill Golf Gin (42%)
Dressed in a green jacket reminiscent of the Masters Champions
Ginsmiths Marshmellow (40%)
Unique dry gin with a sweetness of marshmallow root.
Goosnargh Gin Chapter 4 (45%)
Keeping it local with this collaboration with the Forest of Bowland.
Orange Sherbert Gin (37.5%)
Refreshingly zingy with real sherbert added to give that retro fizz.
Made with botanicals that have been sent into space. Really.
True North Spiced Fig and Victoria Plum Gin (40%)
Emulating warming winter scents and flavours