In each, we will explore a different region, taste its best examples and learn about its geography, climate, key grape varieties and the characteristics that makes each wines so different and so special.
Each session can be taken on its own but, throughout the whole series, participants will see themselves learning about the key concepts that influence wine quality and taste.
26 January (19h00-21h00) - A TOUR OF ITALY
A comprehensive overview of Italy's main wine regions, grapes & appellations.
02 February (19h00 - 21h00) - UNIQUE WINE MAKING STYLES
We explore key wine making techniques that produce very special wines unique to Italy.
23 February (19h00 - 21h00) - DISCOVER DRY & SWEET WHITE WINES
We deepen our knowledge by focusing on the best sweet & white wines appellations of Italy.
02 March (19h00 - 21h00) - KEYS TO RED WINES
We taste and discuss the key characteristics of Italian Red wines.
23 March (19h00 - 21h00) - MATCH FOOD & WINES
We explore the key concepts of food & wine matching and taste very unique examples of Italian whites, reds, and sweet.
In each, we will taste 6 different wines (30 over the whole series) to fully explore and demystify the very special wine producing country that is Italy.
Completion of any level; Discovery, Amateur or Connoisseur will result in the attainment of a certificate of recognition:
- Discovery Level – Single class: $650
- Amateur Level – Any 3 classes: $1,750
- Connoisseur Level – All 5 classes: $2,750
Group size for each session is limited to 12 participants for maximum interaction.
Please book directly with Ms. Amanda Parker at The Fine Wine Center (Shop 306, 3/F The Lee Gardens, 33 Hysan Ave, Causeway Bay):
Tel: 2110 1680 Fax: 2114 0996