Bordeaux Wine School Wine Courses


INTRODUCTION

The fact that Bordeaux is a reference for all wine lovers is hardly an accident. The wines come from a completely unique terrior with an exceptional climate and geographical location. Bordeaux's unique flavour is linked to the careful blending of several grape varieties, which varies according to terrior and chateau. Blending is a delicate operation carried out by a winegrower, cellar master, or oenologist to produce impeccable wines year after year. In fact, blends are better balanced than wines made from just one type of grape. All quality wines in Bordeaux come under the Appellation d'Origine Controlee (AOC) system, in keeping with strictly regulated viticultural and winemaking techniques, and only in authorized areas. French wine law defines not only where and how Bordeaux wine is produced, but also attributes the right to an appellation only after a wine has been accepted by professionals at a blind tasting. Bordeaux wine labels reflect these rigorous production methods and reliable quality. Throughout the workshops, we will help you understand where Bordeaux wine comes from, what they taste like, when they are best to drink, and how long they can be aged. Advice on how to taste Bordeaux wine will help you fully appreciate them. The workshops are led by Bordeaux Wine School accredited tutors who are wine experts and practitioners of wine service professionals.

BORDEAUX WINE SCHOOL (L'ECOLE DU VIN DE BORDEAUX) 法國波爾多葡萄酒學院

The Bordeaux Wine School was founded by the Bordeaux Wine Trade Council (CIVB). The aim of the specialised training courses provided by the Wine School is to enable people to familiarise themselves with Bordeaux wines, and learn the art of choosing and tasting them.

The HKMA is an accredited centre to offer wine courses of the Bordeaux Wine School. Participants will receive an official certificate issued by the Bordeaux Wine School on completion of each workshop.

Introduction to Bordeaux Wine

For those who would like to have a good grounding in their knowledge of the wines of Bordeaux. This is a 2-hour course. Various wines from Bordeaux will be tasted to highlight the subjects learned.

CONTENT

  • General presentation of Bordeaux vineyards
  • Climate and soils of Bordeaux
  • Grape varieties of Bordeaux
  • Winemaking and ageing of wines
  • Wine language and tasting technique

FEE

Member: HK$580

Non-member: HK$680

(Includes tuition, wine tasting, reference material and certificate issued by the Bordeaux Wine School)

VENUE

W Haking Management Development Centre
The Hong Kong Management Association
14/F Fairmont House, 8 Cotton Tree Drive
Central HONG KONG

Course Code Date & Time Venue
I-L0000-2017-5-F Thursday (7pm - 9pm)
2 November 2017
W Haking Management Development Centre
14/F Fairmont House
8 Cotton Tree Drive
Central, Hong Kong
I-L000-2017-6-F Thursday (7pm - 9pm)
23 November 2017

Course Hotline: 2774 8544 / 2774 8526

Fax: 2365 1000

Customer Services: 2774 8500 / 2774 8501


Language Medium

Please refer to respective class