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Burnt Wine - Discovering Drink

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Every month I open the front door of Burnt Cream HQ and welcome a group of people to taste a selection of my favourite wines. Unlike "Burnt Food", where the emphasis is on the food, these "Burnt Wine" evenings put the spotlight on some interesting, hard-to-find wines.

Emma works in the wine and spirits industry and therefore has un-paralleled access to some of the most superlative of wines from all over the world. She is often out visiting the vineyards - her frizzy afro was last sighted in Tuscany, sitting under a fig tree, outside the tasting cellar at Colombaia...

Previous themes have included: "Sweet and Sticky," "Mosel Rieslings" (presented by Alexander Zulch from Vins Vivants) "Burnt Wine looks East", "Under The Tuscan Sun" and "Naturally French." 

Places are limited to a maximum of 8 people per session* and will be conducted mainly in English.  


These evenings are great opportunities for you to increase your knowledge about wine and ask any questions you've never had the opportunity or have been too afraid to ask. 

Held on a Sunday evening once a month, starting from 7.30pm, the price may vary between 25 and 40€ per person (depending on the quality of the wines.) This kind of wine tasting will typically cost you between 60 and 100€, but the fact that it is held in my own home means I can drop the price. 


* If you already have a group of thirsty friends (maybe you've got people visiting you from out of town, and you'd like to do something a little different) I can also put on a private wine tasting around your requirements. Ping me a message to talk further. 

Just wanted to send you a thank you for a lovely evening. Really a great experience. Looking forward to another one day.

Julien (July 2013)

Hi Emma! Thank you so much again for hosting the great evening last night, I had a blast and learned alot!

Casey (July 2013)

To whet your whistle, here's what I've done before...

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