The Spectator Wine School 2015
BY spectator events
September 9, 2015
St Ermin's Hotel, 2 Caxton Street, London SW1H 0QW
The Spectator wine courses are a unique opportunity to learn about wine with each of The Spectator’s Wine Club partners. Each merchant will give one class on their specialist region.
The course will last 8 weeks and the maximum capacity of each class will be 25 people, ensuring individual attention. The final session will be a champagne tasting hosted by Pol Roger Champagne. The Wine School is for beginners and wine enthusiasts who’d like to learn more. The first class covers the basics from how to taste wine to the importance of terroir. The next six classes cover a different wine region, and the final class is all about Pol Roger Champagne. Students will have the opportunity to taste wine with Jonathan Ray, as well as receiving a certificate from one of our editors at the end of course Pol Roger Party.
ClassWine MerchantDateHow to taste wineBerry Bros & RuddWednesday 9 SeptemberBordeauxThe Wine CompanyWednesday 16 SeptemberBurgundyPrivate CellarWednesday 23 SeptemberRhone and LoireYapp BrothersWednesday 30 SeptemberSpain and PortugalTanners WinesWednesday 7 OctoberItalyCorney and BarrowWednesday 14 OctoberNew WorldFromVineyardsDirectWednesday 21 OctoberPol RogerPol RogerWednesday 28 October
SW1 location to be confirmed. The final class with Pol Roger will take place in The Spectator boardroom at 22 Old Queen Street. A voucher will be sent to you upon purchase; this can be used as a ticket or as a gift voucher if you are purchasing this as a present. Each class will take place on a Wednesday from 6.30pm to 8.30pm. The first class will be on Wednesday 9th September 2015.