WSET-hosted Wine Education Week launch event in New York.
Monday, September 9, 2019
The Arlo SoHo Hotel 231 Hudson St New York, 10013 United StatesShow on map
Eric Zillier, former Sommelier and Wine Director at some of New York’s finest restaurants, WSET Diploma Graduate and Certified Educator, will lead the food and wine pairing masterclass and explore how key flavour components in food affect how you taste wine. Guests will sample a selection of fine wines on-trend paired with hors d’oeuvres prepared by Chef Harold Moore of Harold’s of The Arlo SoHo and, learn how wine education helps one to develop the skills required for creating the perfect food and wine pairings of your own just like the professionals do.
Event price: $25
About Wine Education Week
The first-ever global Wine Week takes place from 9-15 September 2019. Forming part of WSET’s 50th-anniversary campaign, Wine Education Week, aims to engage with the growing population of wine consumers worldwide, encouraging them to learn more about wine.
The campaign will kick off on Monday 9th September with food and wine pairing launch events across the world at 6pm in 25 countries starting with Auckland, New Zealand and ending with California, USA. In the UK the launch event will be an attempt to win a Guinness Book of Records title for the largest ever recorded sommelier tasting.
Following the launch, Wine Education Week will roll out with WSET course providers in more than 45 countries hosting over 450 fun, educational events to encourage consumers to learn more about wine and to drink ‘better’. From introductory ‘vine to wine’ classes to ‘deciphering wine labels’, the events will help consumers make wiser choices.
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