Wine Seminar: Pinot Noir with Mathieu Liard
The sea's series of small intimate wine tasting classes-led by sommelier and highly trained wine speaker, Mathieu Liard - continue this month. Each 90-minutes class focuses on the characteristics of a particular wine region or particular type of wine, its grape varieties, and history.
It may be the toughest grape to grow, but the effort is often well worth the constant care and investment. Some of the most esteemed and expensive wines in the world are made from Pinot Noir. Its aroma is often one of the most complex of all varietals. It is full-bodied and rich but not heavy, high in alcohol, acidic or tannic. It has substantial flavor despite its delicacy. The best examples are still found in Burgundy, although Pinot Noir`s key role in Champagne should not be forgotten. It is grown throughout the world with notable success in California and New Zealand. Mathieu will give us an overview of Pinot Noir wines, complete with flavor descriptions and food pairing options. We will taste three wines. Light refreshments will be provided.
|Date:||Thursday, April 19|
|Time:||10:15am registration; class begins at 10:30am|
|Venue:||Unit 5A, Qihua Building,
1375 Middle HuaiHai Road (near Fuxing Road)
Please email email@example.com by Tuesday, April 17.
Under subject type: "Pinot" and include your membership number and mobile phone number. SEA cancellation policy applies after April 17. SEA Coordinator for this event is Tonya Vandermeersch, mobile: 138-1681-4203.