WINE APPRECIATION FOR BEGINNERS
Ever wanted to learn about wine but didn’t know where to start?
Not sure who to ask, or even what to ask when it comes to wine?
Can’t tell a Shiraz from a Merlot?
Unsure of your Chablis?
Is it pronounced ‘key-an-tee’ or ‘chee-ant-ee’?
What the heck does ‘vintage’ mean?…
If you’re answering yes to any of the above questions, we have the answers!
Come and join us Saturday afternoon, on the 8TH of December, between 3 and 5pm and discover everything you wanted to know about wine, but were too afraid to ask.
We’ll take you through the basics, giving you insights along the wine production trail from the vines themselves, right the way through to bottling and cellaring.
Along the way we will de-mystify the wine tasting & purchasing process and familiarise you with the wine tasting vocabulary you’ll no doubt be perplexed by, leaving you with a much needed confidence boost in the world of wine!
During the two hour class, you’ll discover:
how wine is made, from selecting planting sites for the vines, to bottling
how ‘terroir’ effects the wine
what the heck ‘terroir’ is, and how to pronounce it
learn how to translate wine tasting terminology
how to taste wine like a pro, from sighting, to aroma, to taste, to finish
what the key differences are between the grape varieties
learn the major factors between old world & new world wine
how to chose the right bottle of wine for the right occasion
how to match wine with food, and why it works
wine appreciation booklet to take home
plus lots more
With nibbles & matched canapes through the course of the afternoon, this two hour wine class is perfect for those that enjoy their wine, but don’t know why! Beginners or seasoned drinkers alike!
The class offers fantastic value at only $50 per person, and bookings are sure to fill up fast, so don’t delay in grabbing your spot.
Bookings can be made via the widget below, or you can call us on 03 5903 5450 to book your seat