If you have long wanted to understand the variety of French wines, learn how to taste them and match them to dishes, then this master class with a certified wine specialist is for you! In a cozy Parisian apartment with a fireplace, we will talk about local winemaking, debunk the most common myths about wine and taste several varieties of French wine using our three senses. After all, as Goethe wrote, “life is too short to drink bad wine”! Individual excursion for 1-4 people Duration 3 hours Children Without children How it goes On foot € 188 per excursion Price for 1-4 people, regardless of the number of participants
What awaits you
All the secrets of French wine Our exquisite master class will take place in one of the central districts of the city, in a real Parisian apartment with a fireplace. In just a few hours, you will learn how to taste wines using the three senses: sight, smell and taste. I will tell you at what temperature this or that wine should be served, how to choose the right wine for food and how to store wine correctly so that a bottle of expensive Burgundy does not turn into vinegar. As a result, you will learn how to read wine labels, start enjoying the tasting process itself, and understand why the French can talk about wine for hours, cleverly juggling the terms and names of wine varieties
Winemaking in France: facts, myths, history "Only white with fish", "red wine is made from red grapes, and white - from white", "pink is not real wine" - we will dispel these and other myths together at the master class. And at the same time, we will go through significant historical events in the wine industry and talk about the classification of wine in France. You will learn to distinguish between the basic groups of wine aromas, as well as find out if it is possible to mix white and red wine at dinner, what decantation is, when you need to decant wine, and much, much more.
The price of the master class includes a tasting of 3 varieties of wine.
The meeting point is by agreement with the guide, you can discuss it when ordering the excursion.