An M-Wines tasting is always entertaining and informative, but most of all it is an experience designed to suit you and your group. I am a qualified wine educator with the Wine and Spirits Education Trust so you tell me what you want I will make it as fun or technical as you like, within reason of course! I am very happy to come to your place if it is in London or south of London as I live in Surrey. Here are a few ideas of tasting themes but we can cater for any requirements...Philip Morton
"Thank you for a fantastic event, it suited the group perfectly" - Aaron Ross Vix Technology
Food and Wine Paring:
Our most popular tasting. Understand your palate and discover how Wine is affected by key flavours Salt, Sweet, Sour, Bitter, Umami (Savory).
Cheese and Wine:
A Match Made in Heaven... or is it?. Does Cheese aways go with wine? And Which Wines are best for paring with which type of Cheese. We bring a selection of British and Continental Cheeses for you to find the best match
Chocolate and Wine:
Two of Our Favourite Things.... Discover what wine and chocolate have in common and how best to pair them
New World v Old World Wines:
Is Tradition aways best? Tracing the history of wine and how things have changed in New World Wines, we will take you on a tasting journey so you can make up your own mind which is best!
We can accommodate groups from 8-25 people . Prices will vary depending on the Tasting Theme, Wines and Venue.
As a guide a welcome drink plus 5 wines @ £25 per person - Minimum Charge £200
CALL ME on 07768 182 538 or FILL THE FORM BELOW TO START PLANNING YOUR WINE TASTING
A Truly Unique Gift
An M-Wine is a great gift because it is so personal to the winemaker who made it. Whether it is a corporate or retirement present or for a special occasion such as a birthday, Christmas or anniversary, it's the perfect way to compliment someone.
By only releasing 1,000 numbered bottles we can guarantee a truly unique gift for a wine collector or simply a ‘gift for the person who has everything’, that's why we called it 'M' - the Roman numeral for 1,000.