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The following wines will be provided to accompany the course to allow for a more immersive style of learning...
Cremant de Loire nv, France
Lighter than Champagne but still with yeasty, brioche flavours. Traditional method with 15 months ageing "sur latte".lovely fresh, crisp apple flavours
False Bay "Slow Chenin" 2019, South Africa
A slow ferment using wild yeasts give this wine a distinctive herbal, savoury character with gorgeous texture.
Domaine Clavel Côte du Rhône "Regulus" 2019 rosé
Very Pale delicate rose from 60% Grenache, 20% Syrah and 20% Cinsault, best served chilled in large glasses, no company needed.
Esporão Reserve Branco 2018, Portugal
Full of ripe fruit flavours,but still zippy & clean; barrel fermented, yet remaining light & pure; full bodied without being overwhelming. Superb.
Pe Tinto 2019, Portugal
Bright ruby red blend (Moreto, Castelao & Trincadeira), ripe red fruits, pretty full-bodied- no oak.
Trentham Taminga 2014, Australia
Taminga grapes are a crossing of Sultana and Gewurztraminer; super-tangy orange, apricot and toffee. A delicious dessert wine with great balance & golden colour.