Join us to taste, compare and discuss six outstanding wines and cheeses from the Jura region in France.
Nestled near the Swiss border of Eastern France lies the Jura, France’s smallest wine region. It is an area that has exploded onto the world stage in recent years thanks to its unique and complex wines and equally distinct cheeses.
Jura wines have become increasingly prized and hard to find, but wine educator Anjali Douglas DipWSET has lined up six outstanding examples for you to taste alongside a range of cheeses expertly selected by cheese journalist Patrick McGuigan.
You’ll discover the production methods behind both the wines and cheeses, learn about the small-scale producers responsible for them, and taste some show-stopping wine and cheese combinations.
Example wine list
- Côtes du Jura Blanc, Domaine Macle
- Arbois Savagnin Amphore, Domaine Tissot
- 'Poulprix', Anne et Jean-François Ganevat
- Arbois Trousseau, Domaine Jean-Louis Tissot
- Vin Jaune, Domaine Amélie Guillot
- Macvin du Jura, Domaine Labet
Example cheese list
- Bleu de Gex
- Mont d'Or
- Tomme du Jura
About Anjali Douglas DipWSET
Anjali is a Wine Educator and Events Manager for WSET School London. She currently teaches the Levels 1-3 Award in Wines at the school. As Events Manager, she oversees a programme of 100 annual consumer events, from introductory tastings to advanced masterclasses.
She is the recipient of the prestigious Dom Pérignon Golden Vines Scholarship and will begin her Master of Wine studies in September. She is also part of the leadership team for Women in Wine LDN.
Prior to her work in wine she worked in diversity and inclusion for museums, galleries and festivals and aims to bring better inclusivity to the wine trade in as many ways she can. Read our interview with Anjali.
About Patrick McGuigan
Patrick is a Brighton-based freelance food journalist and cheese writer, who contributes regularly to titles including The Telegraph, The Financial Times, Harrods Magazine and Restaurant, among many others.
As one of the country's leading cheese writers and communicators, Patrick has interviewed many of the world's best cheesemakers, affineurs and mongers, writing extensively on the subject for the Telegraph, among others, and appearing on BBC Radio 4's The Food Programme.
He hosts regular talks and tastings for the public, trade and press, and is a senior judge at the World Cheese Awards and the Cheesemonger of the Year award. He also runs training courses at the School of Fine Food and has studied cheese at the School of Artisan Food, the Cheese Guild and the Academy of Cheese.
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. Unfortunately we cannot take provisional bookings.
Cancellations and transfers
- Cancellations and transfers can be made up to two weeks before the event.
- Cancellations within 10 working days are non-refundable and cannot be transferred to another event.
- If you need to change a name on the booking, please give us as much notice as possible.
- WSET School London reserves the right to cancel an event. If necessary, a full refund or transfer will be offered.
Please note: The sample list and speaker/s may be subject to change.
Intermediate: An in-depth exploration of a particular topic. Some prior knowledge is beneficial – such as a WSET Level 2 qualification – but these sessions will be enjoyable and educational for anyone with an interest in the subject.