Virtual wine and spirits tastings you can enjoy at home

Food pairing masterclass

So you’ve been in lockdown for just over a month, and you’ve now learned to shuck oysters, pipe meringues, burn butter and just ordered a sous vide on Amazon.

Your kitchen skills make Simon Rogan look like a forgettable Masterchef first-rounder, but what are you going to drink with your lovely creations to elevate the flavours to God-tier?

Luckily, The Wine Workshop has just launched online wine and food pairing masterclasses hosted by Britain’s leading names in the world of vino.

Classes will be led by luminaries such as Jane Parkinson (Saturday Kitchen Live and Stylist‘s wine expert), Douglas Blyde (ES Magazine and Wine List Confidential) and Master of Wine, Nancy Gilchrist.

Signing up to a 60 minute class gives you a hamper for two, containing three wines and three complimentary dishes crafted by the team’s specialist luxury caterers This package will also include the log-in code and details for your particular workshop.

The first class kicks off on 30 April, with Jane Parkinson delivering a run-down on planet-friendly wines.

When: Every Thursday

How much: The Community Package – A virtual online tutorial that creates a sense of community via education and experience – starts at £145

Find out more: here

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