2017 | Wine Courses
January 2018 (4 evenings over 4 weeks)
Between 7.15pm – 9.15pm
Presented by Hazel Tattersall AIWS | Wine Educator
Hazel is a popular & entertaining presenter. Her lively & relaxed style ensures our courses are both educational and fun. She has a background in food & beverage education which enables her to pass on her passion for food & wine matching. A second edition of the book ‘Wine production & Quality’ of which she is co-author (Grainger and Tattersall) published in March 2016 (John Wiley) and winner of Gourmand Book prize!
Aimed at the wine enthusiast keen to learn more, this course will help you to:
• Develop your wine tasting skills
• Learn about the influences on the taste of wine in your glass
• Explore a wide range of wine regions and grape varieties
Week 1 – Wines of New Zealand; With its oldest existing vineyard established in 1851, New Zealand is very much and ‘Old World – New World’ producer, with award winning wines.
Week 2 – The wines of Cru Beaujolais. A unique opportunity to taste a range of wines from the southern-most part of Burgundy representing the best of Beaujolais.
Week 3 – German & Austria: Both countries once seen as producers of ‘off dry’ wines, they are now producing a vast range of excellent dry white & reds wines from local & international grape varieties.
Week 4 – Loire Valley & South Africa: Focus on Loire’s Chenin Blanc taken to South Africa in the late 1600’s, compare and contrast the various styles both still, off-dry & sweet.
£100 inclusive of all tastings (8 wines per session)
Please book directly with Vin Neuf:
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Telephone 01789 261747
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