2018 | Wine Courses
February- March 2019 (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
below is an example, more details to follow for 2019 course outline.
Week 1: A comparative tasting of key red & white grape varieties around the World – Pinot Noir & Syrah (Shiraz) and Chardonnay & Riesling.
Week 2: Jancis Robinson wrote last year in her FT column “more than any other wine-producing country (except France) South Africa can boast a serious cohort of radical and cohesive young winemakers forging a new wine identity for their country” we will highlight just a few of these South African gems.
Week 3: Sparkling wines from around the World, looking at traditional method sparkling wine production and varying styles, reassuring there is life beyond Prosecco.
Week 4: Southern Rhone valley, showcasing what fabulous value and range of wines this large region can produce from villages such as Gigondas, Lirac, Cairanne, Plan de Dieu.
£100 inclusive of all tastings (8 wines per session)
Please book directly with Vin Neuf:
Telephone 01789 261747
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