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Our fun Manchester Wine-Tasting Days - Award winning and still the most popular way to learn about wine.

Great Selection of 14 Quality Wines and a fantastic venue - Manchester's iconic Midland Hotel 

Celebrating 18 YEARS!! 

 

The Day runs from 11am to 4pm - we break for an hour for lunch (1-2pm). (lunch not included)

Manchester Wine Tasting Experience Day

£75.00Price
  • Open Dated - Valid for 12 months and can be used on any of our days

    Sat 20th April 2024 - Vine to Wine 

    Sat 15th June 2024 - World of Wine

    Sat 3rd August 2024 - Vine to Wine

    Sat 14th September 2024 - World of Wine

  • WORLD OF WINE

    A great 'all rounder'  Wine-Tasting Course. You'll look at wine in a whole new way...as well as sniffing and tasting it!  While tasting 15 wines you'll learn how region, climate, winemaking techniques and many other factors affect  the final wine in the bottle. You'll learn about many of the major wines from around the world and the key characteristics of each. This course will set you in the right direction to finding the wines you enjoy, choosing wines in restaurants and before you know it you'll have caught the wine bug and want to learn more!         

    Taste 6 Whites in the Morning

    3 Course Food & Wine Matching Lunch

    Taste 6 Reds in the Afternoon 

     

    Vine to Wine

    VINE TO WINE

    Focusing on the major grape varieties this workshop will enable you to understand why your Chablis tastes so different to that 'Aussie' Chardonnay and why some people prefer a Merlot to a Malbec. 

    As with the World of Wine you'll learn how to taste and analyse the wines and will sample 15 different wines and enjoy a 3 course lunch. Running 11am - 4pm

    • Discover how wine is made and how that affects what you see, smell and taste in your glass. Understand the differences in how white wine, red wine and rose are made.
    • Taste and compare wines side by side to really see the differences in styles.
    • Compare oaked and unoaked white wines – How are ‘unoaked’ wines made and what does ‘oaked’ really mean?
    • Start the afternoon with a glass of fizz! You will learn how Sparkling wine is made – what gives the wine it’s fizz and why does Champagne differ from Prosecco, Cava etc.
    • Finish the day with a glass of Port! Learn how fortified wines (Port, Sherry, Madeira) are made and what the key differences are between a Ruby Port, LBV and Vintage (apart from price!)
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