Greek wine expert Maria Moutsou presents four lesser-known grape varieties from Greece's vineyards - Debina, Roditis, Mavrodaphni and Fokiano - contrasting 'conventional' winemaking alongside natural examples.
Tuesday, April 9, 2019
Tastings finish between 8.00 and 8.30pm.
39-45 Bermondsey Street, London. SE1 3XFShow on map
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Intermediate wine tasting
Vine cultivation and winemaking are weaved into Greece’s cultural identity, with archaeological evidence of Greek wine production dating back to 5th millennium bc.
This April, Greek wine expert Maria Moutsou returns to WSET School London with four fabulous but lesser-known Greek grapes - Debina, Roditis, Mavrosaphni and Fokiano. During this true discovery tasting, Maria will show at least two examples of each variety, contrasting and comparing the different winemaking styles prevalent across Greece.
- Debina frizzante
- Debina Paleokerisio
- Roditis AOTON 2015
- Roditis Tatsis 2012
- Mavrodaphni Krasis 2017
- Mavrodaphni Cephalonia 2014
- Fokiano Icarus Rosé 2014
- Fokiano Icarus Red 2013
- Fokiano Music of the Spheres 2015
Booking Terms and Conditions
Payment in full must be made at the time of booking and places are not confirmed until payment has been received, we cannot take provisional bookings.
Transfer requests will be accepted up to two weeks before each event.
- Up to 2 weeks before the tasting you will receive a refund less 10%.
- Within 2 weeks of the tasting fees are non-refundable and non-transferable.
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