Wine Masters Class: Southern Rhône, Tuscany, German Burgunders - Pinots

Wine Masters Class: Southern Rhône, Tuscany, German Burgunders - Pinots

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From the friendly and easy-drinking Côte du Rhône to the prestigious Châteauneuf-du-Pape, we will be rolling through the terroirs of the Southern Rhône Valley, discussing red and white wines made of a wide variety of grapes. The influence of oak ageing will be discussed in our experiment and of course how you can detect these influences in the wine. Tuscany is one of the oldest wine regions in Europe and mostly known for Chianti. Christy and Andreas will explain you all about the Sangiovese grape and different wines made from this variety. In the experiment we will focus on tannins, what are tannins and how can you detect them? It is not only in Burgundy where the Pinot family thrives, in Germany the grape varieties are very popular and are called Burgunder here. You will learn about Spätburgunder, Weissburgunder, and Grauburgunder for Pinot Noir, Pinot Blanc, and Pinot Gris respectively. The experiment will demonstrate that there is much to tell by just looking at a wine. WineMasters Class will help you achieve your (WSET) Wine and Sommelier certificates.
Com Christy Canterbury, Andreas Larsson
Realização Klaas de Jong