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Tasting Bordeaux Wines - from A to Z (Technical level for beginners)
Two complete days for a comprehensive review of Bordeaux wines, covering soil types, grape varieties, the classifications and the different appellations of the region. Over thirty wines will be tasted and students can create their own blend. At the end of the first day there is a Wine Tasting Dinner in a château, providing an opportunity to meet the winemakers.
Dates: 15-16 May, 16-17 October 2009
Bordeaux wines explained in the glass! (Practical level)
Open to those who have completed the Technical level. Over two days students will improve their ability to taste wine; stimulating their senses and enriching their wine tasting vocabulary. The course takes the form of a blind tasting and also teaches the principles of successful food and wine matching.
Dates: 17-18 May, 18-19 October 2009
Discovering the Grands Crus of Bordeaux (Grands crus level)
Open to those who have completed the Technical or Practical levels. Travel through Bordeaux's vineyards over three days and visit four areas: the Médoc, Sauternes, Graves and Saint-Emilion. Students will perfect their knowledge of Bordeaux's classified growths by discovering the origins of the classifications and the appellations. The course includes visits to classified growth properties where students can taste the wines and understand why they are the elite of Bordeaux's offerings.
Dates: 19-21 May 2009
In addition to these intensive daytime courses, the École du Vin de Bordeaux also offers Summer sessions: A two-hour introduction course in English every day (except Thursday and Sunday) from June to September
The Bordeaux Wine School can organise tailored courses for 1-24 people.
To book onto any of these courses, please visit http://ecole.vins-bordeaux.fr/. Please note that prices do not include flights or accommodation.