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UPCOMING OXFORD WINE TASTING DATES
(11am - 4pm)
Sat 26th Feb - Vine to Wine
Sat 2nd Apr - World of Wine
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This course provides a fascinating insight into how wine is made and the factors that affect its style. Focussing on the major grape varieties this workshop will enable you to understand why your Chablis tastes so different to that 'Aussie' Chardonnay and why some people prefer a Merlot to a Malbec. As with the other workshops you'll learn how to taste and analyse the wines and will sample 15 different wines and enjoy a 3 course lunch. Running 10.30am - 4pm
A great 'all rounder' Wine-Tasting Course. You'll look at wine in a whole new way...as well as sniffing and tasting it! While tasting 15 wines you'll learn how region, climate, winemaking techniques and many other factors affect the final wine in the bottle. You'll learn about many of the major wines from around the world and the key characteristics of each. This course will set you in the right direction to finding the wines you enjoy, choosing wines on restaurant wine lists and before you know it you'll have caught the wine bug and want to learn more! All this and much more in a fun and informative 1 Day Wine Tasting Workshop.
This workshop will take you to all the main wine producing countries of the New World - Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, South America, and North America. You'll gain a better understanding of the regionality, key wine styles and grape varieties and wine making techniques within these countries. You’ll learn how to taste and analyse wine like a professional as well as getting a better understanding of what each of these countries is doing well. Running 10.30am - 4pm.
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