Wine Masters Class: Austrian Whites, California, Western Loire Valley

Wine Masters Class: Austrian Whites, California, Western Loire Valley

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Austria makes some of the greatest dry white wines on the planet, both in terms of value and overall quality. The Danube River going through the north-eastern part of the country provides ideal conditions for the rock star white grape varieties Grüner Veltliner and Riesling. You will learn to train your palate and all about the Austrian wine regulations, one of the strictest wine laws in the world and be surprised about two wine and food pairings. Although California is quite a young wine growing area in comprising with the most of the European wine regions, it has a lot of history. You will learn about the ups and downs in the region, including the Judgement of Paris which has put California wines on the map. Learn about the bold Cabernet Sauvignon from Napa and Chardonnay from Sonoma and Zinfandel from the Sierra Foothills. The experiment will explain how wine is made from grapes. The Loire Valley is most famous for its castles along the longest river of France, but it is also a very divers wine region. We focus on the western part of the Valley, discussing the wine regions of Touraine, Anjou-Saumur and Nantais. Sur Lie, a wine term that can be found on label of Muscadet wines, will be explained in our experiment. WineMasters Class will help you achieve your (WSET) Wine and Sommelier certificates.
Com Christy Canterbury, Andreas Larsson
Realização Klaas de Jong