Date(s) - March 30, 2019
3:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Are styles converging, or diverging? Are New World ‘upstarts’ cutting a radical new dash or imitating their European predecessors? Are the ‘European Greats’ overcharging and resting on their laurels? Ideals of terroir – out-moded nonsense or stylistic reality? And most importantly – where’s the best value and what tastes best?
Please join us to enjoy and explore this thesis further with 32 wines on parade lined up style vs. style – Champagne against Tasmanian fizz, and Chablis against American Chardonnay and so on.
Meat and cheese boards can be purchased at the venue.
Format is a walk around tasting.
Pay-as-you-go tasting sample token system
Experts on hand to explain and entertain
Generous discounts on orders placed.
Over 18s only. Tickets are transferrable (to other people) but not refundable.
Venue: Cambridge University Centre CB2 1RU ground floor bar. Next to the Mill pub. The venue has step-free access throughout.