wine tastings and presentations

If you decide to finish your company meeting with, for example, a private wine tasting, we can visit you with a wine presentation.

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wine tastings and presentations

Wine enjoys enormous popularity at parties, banquets, business meetings, family celebrations and many other social events. It is one of the drinks that are beneficial to human organism. It has its secrets, and there is always something of interest to be found in it, some originality, exclusivity of region or winemaker. Such variety is the spice of life to the wine culture and has the potential to make many of your special moments even more special.


There are many kinds of wine tastings and presentations. Our company has adopted two approaches to wine tastings that have been tried, tested and approved by our discerning and knowledgeable clients.

 

wine catering

This kind of tasting is offered in the form of a table presentation for which a sommelier has prepared wines, glasses and all that is necessary to make the event run smoothly. Wines are arranged according to aroma, depth, taste and chronology. The samples are offered to both individuals and groups, in any order. The clients enjoy the social atmosphere and are unencumbered by the need to listen to lectures. This approach to tasting is recommended for larger groups (35 people and over) or as an accompaniment to a social event.

 

supervised tasting

Supervised tasting is overseen by a sommelier, who will teach you how to taste and serve wine, outline the characteristics of the wines presented, their origin, cultivation in the region and production. This kind of tasting usually involves 10–12 wine samples. They are arranged in order according to their aroma, depth, taste and chronology. The specialist lecture takes around 60-90 minutes. The sommelier will also demonstrate how to decant wine, and will recommend suitable combinations with various types of food. He or she might also demonstrate a sabrage, chopping off the top of a bottle of champagne. The choice is yours, and selected parts of the tasting may be combined by previous arrangement. This approach to tasting is recommended as an interlude when you are becoming acquainted with our wines and winemaking.