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How to Drink in Spring, Weds 27th & Thurs 28th April 2011

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drinkingbabyjoes.jpgAn evening of wine tasting, cocktail mixing, nibbling and learning about the best things to drink this spring, with expert drinks writer Victoria Moore.  Come and join us!

Victoria.jpgVictoria Moore has been writing about drinking since 1998 when she began a column in the New Statesman.  She is now the wine writer for the Telegraph, and previously wrote the wine column for the Guardian Saturday Weekend magazine.  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.

How to Drink book cover.jpgWe are running a series of seasonal drinks classes, starting with Spring.  You will be guided through a tasting of several of Victoria’s favourite Rieslings, which will highlight the differences between German and New World versions and sweeter and drier styles.  We will test and discuss the interaction of food and wine on the palate, and Victoria will explain how to pair food with white wines.  Moving on to cocktails, we’ll taste a series of rums and make the ultimate daiquiri before learning all about Campari and its role in numerous cocktails.  The class will end with a round of Victoria’s signature cocktail – the very delicious Baby Joe.  We’ll keep you fed with snacks throughout the class and send you home with a pack of Victoria’s recommendations and recipes.

Dates:  Wednesday 27th April, repeated Thursday 28th April 2011

Time:  6.30pm – 8.30pm

Location:  London N5 (Arsenal tube 2 mins walk)

Price:  £50.  10% discount if you book 3 places.

To book:  Email Anna  Please read the booking terms & conditions before booking your place.  Thank you.

And look out for our How to Drink in Summer classes in June!