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How to Drink Great Wine in Autumn, Wed 24 Thur 25 Sep 2014

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Victoria Moore 3.jpgwith the Telegraph's wine editor, Victoria Moore

How to drink your way out of a rut:

the best autumn wines this year and food to go with them.

 

You will taste and drink at least six of Victoria's current favourite wines, paired with a series of autumnal dishes cooked by Anna. You will learn how food changes wine, how to plan pairings for autumnal dinners, and how to drink extremely well without spending a fortune.  To finish we will enjoy a drink currently on its way back into fashion - port - with treats to match.

 

You will leave with a full stomach, a better understanding of food and wine pairing, and plenty of affordable ideas to fill your autumn wine rack.

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How to Drink book cover.jpgVictoria Moore is an award-winning journalist who's been writing about drinking since 1998 when she began a column in the New Statesman. She's now the wine correspondent for the Telegraph and Olive magazine, having previously written the wine column for the Guardian Saturday Weekend magazine. Victoria is also a judge for the BBC Radio 4 Food and Farming Awards. Her bestselling book, How to Drink, is a hugely readable and beautiful handbook that aims to inform, entertain and ensure you are never without the perfect drink for every occasion.

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Dates:  Weds 24th September 2014, repeated Thurs 25th September if demand

Time:  7pm to around 9.30pm

Location:  Culinary Anthropologist home teaching kitchen, London N5, near Arsenal tube

Price:  £65, or £170 for 3 places (ie. £25 discount)

How to book:  Email anna@culinaryanthropologist.org  You will be asked to pay the class fee in advance to confirm your booking.  Please see the Culinary Anthropologist terms & conditions before booking.

 

Please note that this class is not suitable for vegetarians since the menu is fixed.

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Comments from previous How to Drink class guests:

How to drink class 4.jpg"Fabulous wine! Fabulous cocktails! Loved it!"

"A really wonderful evening - beautiful food and drinks."

"Fabulous darling! When's the next one?"

"Excellent, as always!"

"Perfection!"

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