AWSEC - Best corporate or private wine tasting event partner
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AWSEC’s Tutored Tastings cover a wide range of topics and run throughout the year. They are a wonderful opportunity to train the palate and really get to grips with specific regions and/or wine styles. Participants will have the chance to broaden their wine knowledge horizons. They will be guided through a range of carefully chosen wines, with descriptions of the region of origin, the background and production of each wine, the characteristics along with explanations of what creates the differences in style.


It is an educational and fun way to look into wine in depth and participants do not have to be enroled on one of our courses to attend.


Some of our Tutored Tastings are pitched at a more advanced level, however we encourage and welcome wine lovers of all knowledge levels.

Course Gallery:

There are several different types of Scotch Malt whisky.  Come and try some at this fascinating tasting of Speyside Single Malt, Highland Single Malt and Blended Malt with expressions of The Glenrothes, The Macallan, Highland Park and Naked Grouse.  

Ever wondered what the WSET Diploma is like? Or perhaps you would like to learn the advanced tasting techniques used for the WSET Diploma. Well now there’s the chance without actually having to sign up for the WSET Diploma.

The tutor will talk you through some of the most celebrated cheese and wine pairings in the world, such as Sparkling and Fontina, Côte Rôtie and Epoisses, Palo Cortado dry Sherry and Manchego and other cheeses and wines including a Grand Cru Classé Margaux red. Participants will also have an opportunity to learn about the regions of production, the production techniques, as well as the producers of both the wines and the cheeses tasted.

Come and join us to learn how to use this Aromaster and train your nose to identify main grape varieties and wines . Our Professional Educator will guide you to use the sense of smell to identify and appreciate four specially selected wines.

You would love to order that Gewürztraminer you see on the wine list or that fruity Valpolicella but you have never dared to ask, worried that you would stumble pronouncing such names when it comes to order the wine. Well fear no more.