4 Week Old World Wine May Greenwich
The South London 4 week introduction to Old World Wines is the wine course designed for people who have an interest in wine and want to know more about it. 'Old World' refers to key historic regions in Europe, including France, Italy, Spain, Germany, Portugal among others. No previous experience is necessary to enjoy the course, the emphasis is on tasting and learning! Each wine tasting will include different information about the wines and regions while tasting at least 6 wines every time! It is also a great way to meet new friends who share your love of wine!
By the end of the 4 evenings:
• You will have an understanding of the main wine producing regions in the Old World and the key styles they produce
• over 25 wines will be tasted in 4 weeks
• retail prices of wines tasted will be from £5 to over £20
• discover where to obtain today's best value for money wines.
• food & wine matching advice
• common wine faults - how to spot them
• storing & serving wine advice
Professional ISO tasting glasses, tasting sheets and delicious nibbles are all provided.
This South London 4-week Wine Course can also be purchased as a great Gift idea for any occasion
Course Dates (all Thursdays 7-9pm):
3rd May - France I - Burgundy & Loire; plus tasting skills, aroma tests, understanding wine labels
10th May - France II - Bordeaux, Rhone, South France; plus how wine is made & the use of oak
17th May - Europe I - Alsace, Germany, Austria & UK; plus how to serve wine - temperature & decanting, and the importance of soil
24th May- Europe II - Italy, Spain & Portugal; plus new regions & wines, food & wine matching
WHAT IF I HAVE TO MISS ANY EVENINGS?
Not a problem. You may either send a substitute, or pick up the missed session on a subsequent World of Wine Course.
COURSE FEE STRUCTURE
The course fee is £105. If you would prefer to spread the cost you can pay a £65 payment on booking, and then £10 in cash each evening here.
Places remaining: 12
Course Date/Time: Thu 3rd May 2018 at 7.00pm
Duration: 2 hours
Venue: The Mitre