Wine Tasting Classes

Wine Tasting Experience


Sensation Vin offers, with its “Wine Tasting Experience”, an in-depth discovery of Burgundy wines.
First, we look at the key aspects of oenology before starting on tasting methodology through tasting exercises. The first exercise is about flavours: you taste some water to dissociate acidity, bitterness, astringency…The second exercise is about aromas: 20 dark bottles to smell and find what is inside…thanks to your memory.
As conclusion, these exercises will enable you to disassociate flavours and aromas, to discuss your sensations and to interpret them.
Then we move on to a blind tasting during which you will compare 10 wines produced exclusively in the Côte de Beaune and the Côte de Nuits. You will taste 5 whites and 5 reds, village and 1er cru appellations.
Review of the essentials of Burgundy: the wines from Burgundy & the grapes, the geography, the AOC system, how to read a label
The techniques of tasting: visual, olfactory and gustative examination
Exercise to recognize the aromas in wines 
Exercise to recognize the flavours in wines 
Blind tasting of 10 wines (no influence of the label) from the two prestigious areas Côte de Beaune & Côte de Nuits (level village and 1er cru) 

White wines: Pernand Vergelesses 1er cru Sous Frétille 2015, Puligny Montrachet 2014, Saint Aubin 1er cru Les Combes 2015, Santenay 1er cru Beauregard 2015, Meursault 1er cru Les Charmes 2004

Red wines: Auxey Duresses 1er cru Les Grands Champs 2016, Nuits Saint Georges 2014, Vosne Romanée 2015, Pommard 1er cru les Charmots 2011, Aloxe Corton 1er cru la Coutière 2013
There are tasting exercises during the class Wine Tasting Experience.
During the Wine Tasting Experience at Sensation Vin, you taste blind 10 wines, 5 reds and 5 whites.
The Wine Tasting Experience enables you to discuss your sensations and interpret them.

Every day (except Saturday)
at 10:00 am (duration: 3 hours)
Minimum 2 people
Maximum 9 people

95.00€ TTC per person

Wine Tasting Experience
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You will never look at wine in the same way.