Thursday 6 March 2014

A Grape Night In's March & April 'Sunday Skool' in Brixton

In January A Grape Night launched a full wine tasting course at Seven in Brixton, and now it's back for a second term, for March and April.

Having made their name from doing very popular one-off nights, they're now responding to feedback, and running a multi week course covering different aspects of wine - The Big 5, Floral and Aromatic, and others, with each class including 8-10 wines to taste.  By the end you'll really know your wine!  You can book for each week individually for £25, or the whole course for £125, at the links at the bottom, and each week comes with a dinner from Seven at Brixton, where the course takes place.


Week 1 (16.03.14):  Intro to Wine (N.B. shorter class, 5 - 7pm, no dinner inc.) - just £10

Week 2 (23.03.14):  The Big 5
By comparing Old & New World wines you'll learn about the top 5 most widely available varieties on the market, but what is it that makes them taste so different?

Week 3 (30.03.14):  The Floral & Aromatic
Covering 5 classically aromatic varieties, you'll learn all about the 'bouquet' with these wines!

Week 4 (06.04.14):  The Sun-lovers
Bask in the glow of 5 grape varieties that love the sun as much as you do, and find out how it effects their flavour!

Week 5 (13.04.14):  The Odd-bods
Learn a little more about this collection of classic grapes each with their own unique character.


Week 6 (27.04.14):  Sweet & Fizzy
Finishing off this Sunday Skool course is a little treat! Learn about the different styles of sparkling and dessert wines."

When - Sundays - 16th March - 27th April 2014, from  September, from 5pm

Where - Seven at Brixton, 7 Market Row, Brixton, SW9 8LB

Tickets - £25 per session or £125 for the full 5 weeks from Edible Experiences here

Map (Ask for Market Row; it's a covered market)

Link - A Grape Night In

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