4 Week Courses from £55+
These 4 week courses allow us to get more up close and personal with the wines we taste and regions we visit. We may compare 2 different regions (e.g. France versus New World) so we can appreciate, compare and contrast different styles of wine. Or we may have a in depth look at different wine styles, that allows us to taste and contrast these styles from around the world.
These courses are suitable for all levels of wine knowledge, even the absolute beginner. Always friendly and informal, and a great way of meeting like minded wine lovers.
Customer feedback on recent 4-Week Wine Courses:
"My wife and I have been on a couple of 4 weeks courses as well as a few individually organised tastings. Jimmy's enthusiasm for wine & wine education is infectious & his choice of wines for the tastings is both interesting, eclectic and definitely tasty! There are always a good few nibbles available for food matching and the fun atmosphere would make this a definite recommendation for a fun and informative evening" (Ian Bullock, 2nd Aug 2011)
"Lots of useful and very informative information, weel presented & with enthusiasm. Jimmy is a great guide through the daunting complexity of Italian grape varieties & unravels it all beautifully" (Luisa, Italian 4-week Course, 15th June 2010)
Please Note: There is an additional charge (in addition to the course fee of £57.50) of £10 per evening in cash - Great value - total cost still only £24.35 per evening (usual cost £27.50-£30 per evening)
One of our 4-Week Wine Courses also makes a great Gift idea for any occasion!
This course is ran at our satellite venue, Cafe Rouge in Kensington. Join us as we discover the diversity of perhaps the most important wine country in the world, France. This
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Starts 20th June - 4 weeks - each Thursday evening at 7pm This fascinating course will focus on the classic wine regions of France and compare them against the best of the
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Join us as we journey through the wine regions of Italy. Discover what makes Italy the most fascinating wine producing nation in the world! Taste beautiful Barolos, velvety Valpolicella, charming
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