Virtual Wine Tastings

Melbourne Wine School is happy to offer a range of our virtual wine tastings that will treat you as we explore many of the classic wine regions of the world, as well as looking further afield to some new interesting, and upcoming wine regions.

These tastings are suitable for all levels of wine knowledge, even the absolute beginner. Always friendly and informal, and a great way of meeting like minded wine lovers. So where ever you are in Australia, you can explore the world of wine from the comfort of your own home.

Whichever of our tastings you opt for, we think you’ll find it educational and fun.

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So how does it all work?

Simply book a place on one of our virtual evenings, and we’ll arrange the delivery of everything you need to be sent directly to your doorstep.
 

Each person will receive a small tasting pack which includes 6 x 60ml tasting sample of wine, notes of the region and the wines we are tasting, and room for you to make your own tasting notes. 

These samples will be sent to you within the week leading up to the tasting event, so be sure to have someone ready and able to collect.

 

Zoom invites will be sent separately in the lead up to the event.
 

Upon placing your order, you should expect to receive an email to confirm all delivery details in your booking confirmation email.

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Upcoming Virtual Wine Tastings

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A night
in Argentina

October 28th Argentina = Malbec? 

Time: 7:00pm - 8:30pm
(Lasting approximately 1.5 hours).

Cost: $120

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November 4th - More Than A One Trick Pony
Time: 7:00pm - 8:30pm
(Lasting approximately 1.5 hours).

Cost: $120

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About Andy

Andy has over ten years' experience working in the wine industry.

​His passion for wine really ignited when working for Corney & Barrow in London, after attending an in-house wine course. From there he moved to one of the best independant wine merchants on the high street - Philglas & Swiggot - to work with Master of Wine, Justin Knock and go on to complete the highly valued WSET Diploma.

Now back in Melbourne, Andy is currently a student on the Master of Wine program, and continues to work in the wine trade sharing his passion and love of wine with those keen to learn more.