episode) has done me no favours at all.
I was quite optimistic that wine on such a high rating show would bring me a
few more bookings, particularly as they were showing wine tastings.
They showed the stereotypical stuffy Englishman talking to the educated
toff. Exactly the people that don't come to my wine tastings. But exactly
the image that puts people off trying a wine tasting session.
I'm more for the Adams of the world.
|Wine Tasting - Easy Going and Relaxed|
not my job to sternly correct you when you forget to hold the glass by the
base, it's my job to answer your questions, suggest wines for you to try and
fill you in on the background of the samples you like.
The tastings I hold are fun. The feedback and number of returning customers
tells me so. It's relaxed, friendly and a good social event. I always
enjoy running the events and I have met some great characters.
To persuade readers of My Cava Lifestyle that The Lancashire Wine School is
a relaxed, leisurely way to enjoy wine, I've reduced my Saturday Wine School
by 20% for all readers.
The day starts at 11am and includes a sumptuous two course lunch at the
highly recommended Glendower Hotel in St Anne's. Here's a typical menu
Smoked Salmon, Asparagus & Soft Poached Egg with Toasted Brioche
Pressed Ham Hock & Greenfield's Lancashire Cheese Terrine with Tomato Chutney
Grilled Goats' Cheese, Pickled Walnuts & Confit Tomato Salad
Char-Grilled Chicken Breast with Chorizo, Sauté New Potatoes & Green Beans
Rump of Pendle Lamb with Blackpudding Beignet, Thyme & Port Jus. Mint Scented Mash & Roasted Vegetables
Fillet of Cod with Fresh Herb Crust New Potatoes, Wilted Greens & Lemon Butter Sauce
Roasted Vegetable Wellington with Rocket Parmesan & Cherry Tomato Salad
Here's the link to book 20% off Saturday Wine School The next school runs on the 21st of July but there are other dates available.
I hope you do take up my offer, I really feel I need to save the reputation of wine tasting after that episode!
The Lancashire Wine School