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The second Wine School tasting of the series will look at the impact that ‘place’ has on the quality and style of wine. The appellation system used in France (and beyond) is a product of the concept of ‘terroir’ and all of this will be discussed (and tasted) in detail, in addition to the differences between many wines from the New World and the Old World.

Please note: this is a free tasting, but you must book your place in advance. Please only book if you are sure you can make it, and let us know if anything changes and you won't be coming along.

To book:

Event details

Date Saturday 6 October 2012
Time 5pm to 7pm
Event type Wine course
Booking required? Yes
Venue details 348 Kensington High Street, London W14 8NS, London, United Kingdom