Other Tasting Workshops
You may already know wine has its own system to classify and regulate productions. But do you know ham production has a similar system as well? It represents how it's made for different styles and tastes. And you can pair them with various wines to enhance your tasting experience. Join us for a fun night, taste 5 Iberico Ham paired with 5 different styles and types of wine, and learn more about not just wine, but ham as well!
Spain is one of the oldest as well as largest producers of wine in the world, from Cava, Rioja and Sherry to light and modern white and red wines. Being the Official Wines from Spain Educator and Certified Rioja Wine Educator, Corinne Mui has well-travelled in Spain to visit different wine making regions, in order to get first-hand information on wineries and the trends of the Wines from Spain. She has selected a wide range of premium and peculiar wines from different regions of Spain for the day, in order to give students a good general idea of the current trends of Wines from Spain.
“GG” is a labeling term well-known by those who love German wines. A short form for the labeling terms GROSSES GEWÄCHS®, only the highest quality dry wine made by VDP wineries can bear this labeling term on its wine, undoubtedly a symbol for all those who seek excellence. With the perfect weather and environment, German also is an ideal country for growing the Pinot Trio – Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris, and Pinot Blanc as well. The GG of these grape varieties is some of the wines that you must taste during your German wine exploration.
Medoc is one of the wine regions most well heard of in the world, as you can find the most expensive and world famous Grand Cru Classes Chateaus in one area. Situated in the southwestern part of France, it located in Bordeaux next to Atlantic Ocean with a moderate Maritime climate. This climate can give various challenges on vine growing, yet it also help produce some of the most powerful, structural red wines in the world. With advanced viticulture practices and wine-making techniques, different communes produce distinct wine style, showing off the differences between terroir in its wine.
For many wine lovers and professionals, Italy is one of the most attractive places for them. Italy did not just produce a variety of unique wine styles from different world-famous regions, such as Barolo, Barbaresco, Brunello di Montalcino, Amarone della Valpolicella, etc in one country. It also has some of the most beautiful sceneries, diverse landscapes, long wine-making history and both bistro and fine dining experiences there, making it one of the dream wine visit destinations for all wine lovers.