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67 Pall Mall is delighted to open the cellar doors for a new season of the Wine Series with an impressive line up of Club events.
Masterclasses for the wine connoisseurs, introductions to the best regions and iconic wines, or relaxing moments around a glass of bubbly, come and join the 67 Pall Mall team for a convivial gathering, tour and tasting.
Apply for your favourite events now. Limited number of tickets available. More events to be announced soon.
Chardonnay is the world’s most popular white wine, and for very good reason. Do join our sommeliers for the first episode of this eye-opening series.
Level 2 is a great starting point to establish a solid basic understanding of wine. If you understand that wine comes from grapes and can be red, white or rosé – and sometimes have bubbles in it – then you will be fine.
Join us this Valentines to share a love of wine (blind), with a loved one or friends and recognise the essential skills when tasting blind, a skill that might actually last..
A wine lovers know the profiles of the historical wine regions of Europe: Bordeaux for Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot, Burgundy for Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, Germany for Riesling, the Rhône for Syrah.
We have decided it is time to reassess the status quo with a new series of tastings we’re calling “The Contenders”.
Will you be served a glass of New World or a classic? Or will you be surprised and perhaps not even be able to tell? Either way, discoveries are guaranteed and on Friday 17th January, we invite you to the first in the series: Chardonnay.
Chardonnay is the world’s most popular white wine, and for very good reason. The grapes adapt easily to different climates and produces wine at varying price points, covering a spectrum of taste profiles. Do join our sommeliers for the first episode of this eye-opening series.
Date: Friday 17th January
18:30 – welcome drink on arrival
19:00 – Masterclass to begin
£75.00 for members and their guests and £125 for non-members
Level 2 is a great starting point to establish a solid basic understanding of wine. The main focus of this course is covering classic grape varieties, the styles of still, sparking and fortified wines that they make, regions of the world where they are grown and how climate and geography affects their taste. It will also include how to use the WSET SAT (Systematic Approach To Tasting) to assess and describe certain wines.
If you understand that wine comes from grapes and can be red, white or rosé – and sometimes have bubbles in it – then you will be fine. We assume a very basic knowledge but everything you need to know to pass WSET Level 2 will be taught to you.
To gain the qualification, Members will need to pass a multiple-choice paper of 50 questions
The course lasts 4 weeks consisting of 4 teaching sessions with the final session being revision and examination. The course will be taking place in the St James’s Room and includes lunch on all days, along with tea and coffee breaks.
The fees include the WSET Level 2 study pack, sample tastings of around 50 different wines during the course (all chosen by Ronan), the WSET examination fees, certificate and lapel pin.
Dates & times
Saturday 8th February: 10.00 – 17.00
Saturday 15th February: 10.00 – 17.00
Saturday 22nd February: 10.00 – 17.00
Saturday 7th March: 10.00 – 16.00 followed by exam
Under the expert guidance of our sommelier team, guests will assess the quality of wine and recognise certain aspects that link the label to a particular region, grape, climate and vintage.
Whatever your relationship status, join us on 15th February to share to share our love of wine and recognise the essential skills when tasting blind.
Following on from the event, we invite you to enjoy full access to the Club for the evening. If you wish to stay for dinner and explore our extensive wine list, please do enquire into availability.
Date: Saturday 15th January
18:o0 – welcome drink on arrival
20:00 – Masterclass to close
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