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An Evening of Chablis and Canapés

The Jericho Wine Rooms
The Oxford Wine Company Shop,
7 Little Clarendon Street,
Oxford,
OX1 2HP
Thursday, 30 September 19:30 £40.00 Presented by Emily Silva and Becka Leigh

THIS EVENT IS NOW SOLD OUT

Join Emily Silva and Becka Leigh for a sit-down wine tasting of the stunning wines of Chablis. Famed for their nervy acidity, elegance, ageworthy structure and food-friendly style, the wines of Chablis are loved around the world.

Your hosts for the evening will take you through the quality levels, beginning with Petit Chablis AOC, moving to Chablis AOC and comparing two different AOC Chablis Premier Cru, and finishing on a high note with an absolutely stellar AOC Chablis Grand Cru wine: William Fevre Chablis Grand Cru Les Clos 2002.

COVID-19:

- This is a seated tasting. Tables will be shared between two, four and six people.

- Please wear your mask when in the shop, but not when in the tasting room

- Hand sanitiser will be available

- Windows will all be open

- Please do not attend if you have any Covid-19 symptoms!

A Celebration of Georgian Food and Wine

The Jericho Wine Rooms
The Oxford Wine Company Shop,
7 Little Clarendon Street,
Oxford,
OX1 2HP
Friday, 8 October 19:30 £30.00 Presented by Emily Silva and Becka Leigh

To book your ticket, click here: https://www.oxfordwine.co.uk/products/a-celebration-of-georgian-food-and-wine

Alternatively if you have any questions please contact emily@oxfordwine.co.uk

Join us for an evening of fabulous Georgian wine and authentic home-cooked food at the Jericho Wine Rooms.

Georgia has an unbroken winemaking heritage of eight thousand years – quite possibly the longest in the world. Several hundred indigenous grape varieties and traditional winemaking techniques ensure that not only is Georgian wine historic, it is also utterly unique.

At this tasting, we will taste six carefully selected wines. Included in the line-up will be one white, two amber wines, a rosé and two reds. Several in the line-up were made in the classic Georgian Qvevri – a kind of giant amphora which is buried underground. We are sure that the diverse and delicious line-up will offer everyone something new to enjoy.

Georgian wine culture is inextricably linked to the country’s delicious cuisine, and we just had to give you a taste of authentic Georgian food alongside the wines. Lia Chokoshvili, who until last year ran Oxford’s only Georgian cooking school, has created six different canapés, each paired with one of the wines on our list. Lia’s passion for Georgian food and wine is infectious, and her cooking is simply delicious.

This is going to be an event like no other – places are strictly limited, so please book fast!

NB:

- This is a seated tasting – you may be asked to share a table with other guests

- We regret that the set menu of canapés is not suitable for vegetarians or those with nut allergies. If you have other dietary requirements, please contact emily@oxfordwine.co.uk before booking.

WSET Award in Wines Level One

The Jericho Wine Rooms
The Oxford Wine Company
7 Little Clarendon Street
Oxford
OX1 2HP
Thursday, 21 October 09:00 - 17:00 £190.00 Presented by John Shuckburgh

Booking deadline: 4th October

To book your place click here: https://www.oxfordwine.co.uk/products/wset-award-in-wines-level-one--21st-october-2021

Alternatively if you would like more information please contact school@oxfordwine.co.uk

This hands-on course will teach you to understand more about wine through sight, smell and taste. By the end of the course you'll be able to taste wine using a systematic approach, identify key styles of wine and know the characteristics of important grape varieties. You'll also learn the key principles of food and wine pairing and how to apply these to your own food and wine choices.

Successful students will receive a WSET certificate.

No prior knowledge is required. All classes are delivered in English therefore a good level of English is beneficial.

The exam takes place in the last session of the course. The exam consists of 30 multiple choice questions to be completed in 45 minutes. To pass you must correctly answer 70% of the questions. This qualification is Ofqual regulated.

WSET Award in Wines Level One

The Jericho Wine Rooms
The Oxford Wine Company
7 Little Clarendon Street
Oxford
OX1 2HP
Saturday, 27 November 09:00 - 17:00 £190 Presented by John Shuckburgh

Booking deadline: 10th November

To book your place click here: https://www.oxfordwine.co.uk/products/wset-award-in-wines-level-one--27th-november-2021

Alternatively, if you would like more information please email school@oxfordwine.co.uk

This hands-on course will teach you to understand more about wine through sight, smell and taste. By the end of the course you'll be able to taste wine using a systematic approach, identify key styles of wine and know the characteristics of important grape varieties. You'll also learn the key principles of food and wine pairing and how to apply these to your own food and wine choices.

Successful students will receive a WSET certificate.

No prior knowledge is required. All classes are delivered in English therefore a good level of English is beneficial.

The exam takes place in the last session of the course. The exam consists of 30 multiple choice questions to be completed in 45 minutes. To pass you must correctly answer 70% of the questions. This qualification is Ofqual regulated.

WSET Award in Wines Level Three

The Jericho Wine Rooms
The Oxford Wine Company
7 Little Clarendon Street
Oxford
OX1 2HP
Tuesday, 11 January 18:30 - 21:00 £845.00 Presented by John Shuckburgh

Booking deadline: 3rd January

To book your place on this 16-week course click here: https://www.oxfordwine.co.uk/products/wset-award-in-wines-level-three--january-2021

Alternatively if you would like more information please contact school@oxfordwine.co.uk

For individuals seeking to delve deeper into the world of wines, this qualification provides a detailed understanding of grape growing and wine making. Upon completion you will be able to assess wines accurately, and use your understanding to confidently explain wine style and quality.

Our experienced educators will assist you to develop your analytic tasting abilities through a carefully selected series of 82 wine samples.

Upon successful completion you will receive a WSET certificate and lapel pin, and will be able to use the associated WSET certified logo.

The exam takes place on Thursday 28th April at 15:00.