Surrey Wine School, an independent wine education company whose aim is to provide Wine Tasting for everyone! We are not tied to any wine merchant or retailer and so we are able to offer impartial advice and taste only wines we believe are good examples of their type.
We like to teach about wine by concentrating on the flavours and aromas of each example. We look at the wine’s taste profile and explain how the characteristics of the grape can be influenced by the climate and local winemaking styles.
As we do not sell wine, we can show you where to buy the best wines locally and at the best prices. We work closely with local independent wine merchants to bring you the best tasting & most interesting wines currently available.
The Wine Tastings and Wine Courses are, above all, fun, entertaining and set in a relaxed atmosphere. They are seated, and tutored, and usually include visual aids and notes. Professional ISO tasting glasses are provided and no previous wine tasting experience is required. Our guests come by themselves, in couples or in larger groups and it is also a great way to meet others with the same interest in tasting and learning about wine.
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WHO IS THIS COURSE DESIGNED FOR? The introductory 8 week Wonderful World of Wine Course is structured as a practical introduction to the world of wine. It is designed specifically for people who enjoy wine and would like to learn more about it.
Saturday 'Introduction to Wine'Course (Guildford)£85 11am to 4pm, with 2 course lunch & Champagne. Come and enjoy a friendly, informal and fun wine journey tasting at least 13 wines from around the world.
Australia is home to varied and very different wine-making regions. From the hot Barossa Valley which produces rich, chocolatey and peppery Barossa Shiraz to the cooler Margaret River which produceselegant Cabernets and Sauvignon Blancs.
Welcome to the Wonderful World of Wine tasting on Bordeaux, Rhone and the South of France. Time for some classic blockbuster reds! Part One – Bordeaux Part Two – Rhone & the South France All tastings include; minimum of 6 wines sourced locally so you can find them easily if you like them, full tasting notes, tasting sheet, use of professional tastings glasses and nibbles.
Tonight we sample the delights of Burgundy and the Loire Valley. We tour the vineyards of the Cote de Nuits and Cote de Beaune tasting the likes of Volnay, and Meursault.
Welcome to South America evening! Whilst there are many similarities between the modern success stories of Chilean and Argentinian wine, these countries have very different approaches. Chile has concentrated on, and excelled at, producing fresh, fruity, soft wines at seriously tempting prices - and our heaving supermarket shelves are testament to their success.