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berrybrothersPodCast.png Berry Bros. & Rudd, the world's oldest independent wine merchant, has just launched their 'Virtual Wine School'.

The series of six video 'podcasts' are presented by Rebecca Lamont, head of the Berrys' Wine School, and seems a great way for wine enthusiasts to increase their understanding and appreciation of wine.

To immerse yourself in a world of delicious wine - old and new, red and white - head to www.bbr.com/virtualwineschool or YouTube to watch and listen to the lessons for free.

Each of the six 'Virtual Wine Schools' are bursting with valuable and exciting tasting techniques, food and wine matching tips and serving advice. You can explore a variety of grapes from the grassy Chardonnay to the full bodied Cabernet Sauvignon and learn about different storing, aging and growing techniques that contribute toward wines' wonderfully explosive flavours."


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