Business Themed Wine Tastings

Wine Regions  

Learning through tasting is the most fun way to pick up wine knowledge. You will also find out exactly what all those confusing terms mean, and hear great stories about the traditions and wine-makers that make these bottles so delicious. Add in some serious soil, plant and chemistry knowledge, and you have yourself a tasting evening! During the tastings focusing on wine regions you will learn what distinguishes one region from another to produce such diverse tastes and mouthfeel.


Our professional  Sean  has over 15 years of knowledge and experience, and has lived in four different wine regions. He has studied the particulars of these French regions first hand. He has also studied WSET wine training and through simple passion, learned about the many wine regions around the world.


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Choose your favourite region, or one of our previously run themes for your own special learning event. We can propose online tastings currently – either we send you a list of wines to buy, or we can packaged a tasting box for you.



“Hi Sean, Great fun. Thanks for the excellent idea.” Marek FiliPiak

Wine Region Tasting Suggestions

Stunning whites and sumptuous reds

Champagne Corporate Tasting

Spectacular Wines

Southern Italy

Italy offers a vinicultural tour like no other, so join me as we discover the tastes, history and sumptuous countryside of the southern regions of what the Greeks called “the land of vines”.


Chateau Monge Languedoc

La Clape and Corbières

The Languedoc 

Having lived in this region for 5 years Sean has a bunch of amazing stories about the geography and history of this ancient and gorgeous region. 


Super Tuscans

Mosel, Pfalz, Saxony

German Wines 101

We learn all about the history, geography and vinification of these wines, and discuss the nose, flavours and mouthfeel.

Bordelais Wine

Bordeaux Wine Region

Left and Right Bank


What makes the Bordeaux blend so special? When should you drink that 2010 bottle you’ve been saving? Why do we call it “claret”?