Blind Tasting: Reds, Monday 20th July 2020

Blind Tasting: Reds, Monday 20th July 2020

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Blind Tasting: Reds, Monday 20th July 2020


Put your blind tasting skills to the test in this tutored session, focused on red wines. You will taste the wines blind in flights of three, with a small clue given as to the common link between them. Afterwards your host will reveal the wines and discuss the differences. This tasting is ideal for those wishing to practise for wine exams but would also suit those who are interested in wine and feel like challenging their brains and palates. Hosted by Rebecca Lamont, Head of Wine School
Dress code: smart casual
NB Wines for this event will be chosen from Berry Bros. & Rudd’s stocks just before the time of the event, so most will be available to order following the event.
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We’re currently offering virtual events, but from August we are starting to take bookings again. We’ll be offering private dining for smaller gatherings and transforming our Napoleon Cellar into a restaurant, with separate tables for each group of guests. Find out more.

Treat yourself, your family or a client to one of our exclusive tutored or walkaround wine tastings. One of our experts will guide you through a range of wines while educating you on the evening’s topic. From blind tastings to producer focusses, these are unmissable chances to broaden your wine knowledge.

At our walkaround tastings, a selection of fascinating wines will be set out for you to explore, with an expert on hand to elucidate on the evening’s theme.

The Napoleon Cellar and the Pickering Cellar provide the perfect venues for your tutored wine tastings.

Sussex cellar is our newest event space with terracotta archways and intimate yet contemporary feel. Design influences hail from Spanish wine cellars or Bodegas, and use handmade London tiles to create archways and columns that extend through both the mezzanine and the sub-basement level of the cellars.