Have you ever dreamt of learning how to taste a glass of wine in a day? Now you can! This experience will give you the tools to understand how to appreciate the best of Italian wines.
What to Expect
Discover wine in 3 steps: No more secrets in your glass!
In this easy class, you will be able to smell, taste and see the best representative wines of Italy. The class is for all wine lovers novice as well as experienced wine drinkers.
Thanks to the sommelier, you will learn how the wines are made in the Region of Tuscany and the particular essence of each tasting. Your sense of smell and your taste buds will become more aware of what they are experiencing while they perceive these particular aromas. Remember, each wine has its own story, past present, and future. Are you itching to discover it? The exclusive educational program will quickly make you adept at reading the wine in your glass, and understanding the production secrets and the territory it comes from.
The class is set in a 17th century building very close by Piazza del Campo in Siena. You will be excellently guided by a sommelier who will take you through a real hedonistic wine journey. Discover the top Italian wines and Tuscan wineries.
1) From grape to wines... different winemaking!
2) Local and international varieties: the concept of Terroir
3) Educational program
How to taste wine in 3 steps: Reading the story of a glass
• Color & Aromas. The perfumes of wines and evolution
• Dry or Smooth? Balance, Structure, Persistency
- Prosecco: The most popular Italian Sparkling Wine in the world, made in Veneto region
- Sicilia Grillo: Fruity and mineral, an excellent white wine from the sunny Sicily
- Chianti Classico: The original top Tuscan wine
- Supertuscan: Best wines that break the tradition
- Wine course
- Tasting of 4 high-quality wines from selected Tuscan wineries
- Professional Sommelier who speaks your language
- Semi-private experience (max 12 people)
What's Not Included
- Any transportation
Via del Casato di Sotto 11 (exactly 20 metres from Piazza del Campo) in the “Enoteca EmpMed”.
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