Cambridgeshire Wine School
Food and Drink Courses
A very warm welcome to Cambridgeshire Wine School! We offer Wine Courses and evening Wine Tastings for all levels of experience focusing on enjoying wine and learning in a relaxed setting.
If you want a fun activity for a private group (e.g. birthday, hen party, staff social): email us and ask for our Private Wine Tastings brochure!
Check the dates of our next Saturday Intro to Wine Tasting - this wonderful day runs 11am to 4pm in one of Cambridge's oldest colleges (Gonville & Caius). Sample 13 delicious wines and enjoy a delicious 2-course lunch with a welcoming glass of Champagne included in the price (just £85/head)!
We also offer Evening Wine Tastings looking at specific regions or focusing on Sparkling Wine or Introductions to Wine.
"Knowledgeable, professional, well organised, informative and good fun. We learned a lot about wine and had a very nice evening.!" (course attendee).
GET ONE NIGHT FREE! Our best deal is an 8-week World of Wine Tour (1 evening/week) SAVING £30 against the cost of booking 8 evenings seperately (like having one night free)! It covers every major wine producing area of the world and if you can't make a particular evening, you can easily catch it again when we repeat it (or receive a credit for any other tasting).
We are an independent wine education company running Wine Tastings and Wine Courses in Cambridge for people who enjoy wine and would like to learn more about it. We do not sell wine - our courses and tastings are for your enjoyment only. No previous wine tasting experience is necessary.
All our Wine Tastings are also available as Gift Vouchers, perfect for Christmas, Birthdays, Wedding Gift, Anniversaries (our vouchers never expire!).
Our public and evening courses are held at various venues in Cambridge, including the the Royal Cambridge Hotel in Trumpington Street and Gonville & Caius college. We can hold our private tastings and corporate events anywhere in Cambridge.
See you soon at a Wine Tasting!
|Opening Times (1 Jan 2017 - 31 Dec 2017)|
* Courses and Tastings run on various dates throughout the year - please check the Cambridgeshire Wine School website for full details.
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