Join Anjali Douglas DipWSET as she explores the world of natural wine, how it's made, and the different styles you can try.
What is natural wine? Whilst there is currently no official or regulated definition, it is generally considered to be wine that is made from organic grapes, grown and harvested in a sustainable way, which is naturally fermented with native yeast. This creates a wine that is noticeably different from the conventional flavours we know and love. These wines can be described as 'cloudy' or 'funky' but not everything is an acquired taste. Join Anjali Douglas DipWSET as she explores the world of natural wine, how it's made, and the different styles you can try.
This webinar is free to attend and open to anyone, no prior wine knowledge is needed. The new series of bitesize 30-minute webinars are ideal for beginners looking to learn more about wine.
Anjali Douglas DipWSET, Tastings and Events Manager, WSET School London
Anjali worked in hospitality while studying her A-Levels, never intending to make a career out of it. She then worked in education for museums and galleries, producing events and festivals to attract diverse audiences. She caught the wine bug five years ago and returned to hospitality, starting her new career in a wine bar, before moving on to become responsible for training hospitality staff and sommeliers for a wine distributor. Now, she teaches Level 1 and 2 Awards in Wines at WSET School London. No matter what industry she is in, Anjali aims to open up conventionally elitist institutions, art forms, and beverages to more.
This event does not necessarily constitute official WSET course material and should not be used as such.