Champagne and Burgundy versus The New World
Two-thirds of wine consumed in the UK now comes from New World countries, including Australia, New Zealand, Chile and Argentina. This is partly thanks to smart marketing and distribution, but also as an inevitable result of big improvements in the quality of wine-making in the Southern Hemisphere. But can the 'new kids on the block' really compete with the best that France has to offer?
Join us on this special tasting as we pitch wines from Champagne and Burgundy against those from Australia and New Zealand. We'll try 6 wines a mix of sparkling and still wines and compare Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and other grape varieties. We'll also look at the influence of soil, climate and 'terroir'.
Places remaining: 11
Course Date/Time: Wed 7th Nov 2018 at 7pm
Duration: 2 hours
Venue: Chamberlain Hotel, Minories, London