Villa pandolfini is situated in a large estate that has its own vineyard and wine cellars. The Italian wine DOCG tasting course will be conducted in this villa using some of the historical archives, and the wine cellar itself. The course emphasises on Italian DOCG wines. The course will be conducted by Dr Stefano Tofanelli, specialised in Enology, Dott. The duration of the course is four hours.
The participants of this course will receive a wine tasting kit. They will be taken to the vineyard as a part of the course and will receive a briefing about wine grapes, the effects of soil and climate on the wine produced. After the briefing, they will be back in the cellar where they can listen to summary of the history of wines and the processes involved in making wines, and their uses.
Serving the wine is itself an art. Learn about the interesting mechanics of wine serving that includes details on the wine glasses, bottles, corkscrews, cork, and various other trivia.
Tasting the Wine
Wine is an intoxicating drink, and drink it straight from your glass! Is that all? Learn the tactics involved in appreciating the wine while you taste them. Also learn how and why the Aroma Wheel is used.
What Food, What Wine
Everybody is more concerned about using the right kind of wine for the menu that is chosen. The wine tasting course will help you to identify the right kind of wine that can be paired with the menu of choice.
Which Wine to Select
Participants will have the opportunity to know more about the things to keep in mind while selecting the kind of wine for the cellar. Learn some of the different selection techniques that will be of help while selecting the wine.
Sampled Italian DOCG Wines
Brunello di Montalcino, Amarone, Barolo, Nero D'Avola, Sfurzat
The participation fee per participant is €195.
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