Well, you have come to right place.
If are really interested to learn more about French wines, do sign up for this short online course on French wines.
Not your ordinary wine tasting event… this introductory class is that is packed with practical information that will turn you into a confident wine consumer–in more ways than one!
French wines can be intimidating but fear not ….
Our dedicated wine trainers will guide you every step of the way, offering advice on wine appreciation techniques, recommendations on wine pairing, and much more.
Drink Wines Like A Billionaire!
Improve your wine knowledge and discover your wine palate!
Learn a lifelong skill that can help you in your quest to find your dream wine!
1) Introduction of Bordeaux, Burgundy, Rhone Valley Wine Regions
2) Understanding French Wine Labels – even if you don’t speak French!
3) The components of wine and wine lingo
Premium Tasting Overview
(3 Red Wines + 2 White Wines)
4) Learn and taste the 5 most important international grape varietals –
Reds – Merlot, Pinot Noir, Syrah
Whites – Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc
5) Put Your Wine Palate To The Test – Premium Wines vs Entry Level Wines
6) Learn the proper tasting technique, with our unique additional step, to enhance your enjoyment of wine.
The more you know about the wine’s origins, its character, its value, and its ability to add magic, the greater and more lasting your pleasure.
Make new wine friends in a calm, relaxing, and comfortable atmosphere! Share and compare tasting notes.
As one of the world’s famous wine critic – Robert Parker quoted: “Wine to me is something that brings people together. Wine does promote conversation and promote civility, but it’s also fascinating. It’s the greatest subject to study!”
MEET YOUR WINEEDUCATOR
PK Chua is a certified wine educator with Wine & Spirits Educator Trust (WSET UK). Formally working in the IT industry, he decided to make a big shift into the wine industry and has been actively involved in educating consumers and F&B staff in the art of wine appreciation. He believes that wines should be approachable, festive and fun without any snobbery. He is also well known for his informal, infectious and enthusiastic style of teaching.