4 hour class
Edwin Dublin, resident Champagne specialist at the Wine School, offers a glimpse into the history and differences for all types of champagne - from Moet to Bollinger, and everything in between.
After an introduction and brief talk by champagne specialist, Edwin Dublin, the education begins with interactive champagne tasting comprising of 12 unique flavours. Each is delivered with a wealth of information and entertaining anecdotes to bring the experience to life.
The luncheon is specially designed for the champagne session. A further five champagnes are offered as accompaniments throughout the meal to show the ways in which they can be paired with different dishes.
Now you can
- bolster your wine knowledge with facts about the fanciest version
- impress guests at get-togethers by choosing the perfect bottle of bubbly for the occasion or meal
- offer great suggestions, backed up by facts and information, to friends and family
Select a class time
None of the dates work for you? Let the host know and you will be notified when new dates are added.
You will only receive an email from us if new dates are added for this class, you will not receive any marketing emails, and that's a promise!
Did you know?
We ensure quality. If your class doesn't reach your expectations, we'll give your money back.
About your host, Berry Bros. & Rudd
Berry Bros. & Rudd is Britain’s oldest wine and spirit merchant having first opened its doors in 1698.
Being a supplier to the Royal family since the reign of George III the company has held two Royal warrants from the reign of Edward VII. Still in its original shop at No. 3 St James’s Street London, the shop has altered little since those times providing an atmospheric experience for customers and curious visitors alike.
With over three centuries of accumulated knowledge, the close relationships developed with the world’s finest spirit and wine producers and seven Masters of Wine working for the company, Berry Bros. & Rudd provides the ultimate fine wine and spirits experience.
Whilst embracing its heritage Berry Bros. & Rudd is constantly looking to innovate; being the first wine merchant to create a website in 1994, and temperature controlled wine cellars in the 1960s. Today’s modern state of the art warehouses contain more than 8.5 million bottles of wine.
With the establishment of the warehouses in Hampshire and in the continuing spirit of innovation Berry Bros. & Rudd has made use of the original cellars underneath No.3 St James’s Street. Recently refurbished to a high standard, Berry Bros. & Rudd now runs friendly, fun and informative courses in these historic spaces. Leveraging off all the acquired expertise of the Masters of Wine and numerous other connoisseurs there is no better place to learn about wine and spirits than in the extraordinary Pickering Cellar.
A meal is served during the session, alongside samples of champagne, some of which are available to purchase by the bottle once the session is over. Some champagne selections have been taken from the cellar's historic collection, and thus are not available to purchase. Please note, the dress code is smart casual.
Flexible cancellation policy
Any class can be cancelled and fully refunded within 24 hours of purchase. See cancellation policy.