White wines of the World (Oxford)
Join us for a two hour introduction to the world's most important white wine styles!
Do you prefer crisp, aromatic whites like the vibrant Sauvignon Blancs of New Zealand? Or are you more of a fan of smooth, buttery, oaky wines like the creamy Australian Chardonnay? On this evening we're going to explore the huge variety of styles and flavours you find in white wines by having a whistle-stop tour of the globe. Not only will we taste the classics, but we're also going to dig out some lesser known gems that you may never have tried before.
So if you're a white wine lover, know what you like but want to learn a bit more about it then this is the course for you! We'll broaden your horizons and perhaps change the way you think about white wines forever!
Also on this course we'll learn about use of oak, why it's there and the impact is has on flavours, find out which is better - cork or screwcap, plus bust a few common wine myths along the way.
This evening forms the second part of our 4 week Beginners Wine Course which begins on Tuesday 17th April, so if you are looking to explore the world of wine further then this fascinating course is for you. If you would like to buy this evening as a gift, just ask us to send you a Gift Voucher after you have made the booking.
Places remaining: 6
Course Date/Time: Tue 24th Apr 2018 at 7pm
Duration: 2 hours
Venue: St Peter's College, New Inn Hall Street, Oxford OX1 2DL