A wine appreciation course hosted by Dave Mullen
Our first Introduction to Italian Wine Course wraps up this week and based on the positive feedback we have received it has been a great success!
We would once again like to extend the invitation for you to experience all that Italy has to offer, with our second course beginning August 25th.
Italy is the world’s leading wine producing country. It is not only the biggest producer in terms of volume, but also the most diverse and arguably the most interesting.
Held over three consecutive weeks for two hours per week, you will have the opportunity to develop a greater understanding and appreciation for some of Italy’s most popular wine styles.
Each week eight different wines will be tasted, each selected for their strength of varietal and regional character.
Biscuits and mild cheeses will be provided and a main course will be served to pair with the last bracket of wines each week.
A Brief Course Outline:
Week 1 [August 25th]: Sparkling and White Wine
Wines: Prosecco and Franciacorta, as well as a selection of white wines ranging from the north to the south of Italy
Main Course: Grilled fish in dill, parsley and citrus crumb with fennel and rocket salad
Week 2 [September 1st]: Italian Reds
Wines: A selection including Bardolino, Lagrein, Cannonau and Montepulciano d’Abruzzo, plus little known varieties such as Centesimino
Main course: Wild mushroom pappardelle with sage and burnt butter sauce
Week 3 [September 8th]: Piedmont and Tuscany
Wines: Exploring Italy’s top end reds from these two iconic regions, including Chianti Classico, Super Tuscan, Barolo and Brunello di Montalcino
Main course: Beef fillet on pomme puree with red wine jus and green beans
The course is presented by David Mullen, Western Australia’s leading Italian wine distributor with over 20 years experience importing Italian wine.
The next course commences on Tuesday August 25th, from 6 pm to 8 pm, following with session’s two and three on Tuesday September 1st and September 8th.
The course will be held at Casa Nostra Cafe, 38 King Edward Rd, Osborne Park [https://www.europeanceramics.com.au/about-casa-nostra].
Tickets are priced at $300 and capacity is limited to 14 places,
To register your interest or receive any further information, please contact Dave Mullen at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone our office on 9204 9211
We look forward to continue sharing with you our Italian wine journey,