Category: Wine School

Central Europe: the New World?

Bulgaria, Hungary, Croatia and Moldova are, in reputation at least, a long way from the Old World wine regions of countries such as France. But recent investment and development means that they are fast becoming the source of some of the world’s most exciting wines. Martin Hudson MW, the buyer who selected some Central European […]

Getting more out of the glass

For many people, the thought of textbooks, revision and exams is not one to be relished; but make sampling a dozen interesting, well-crafted wines a requirement of every lesson and it becomes a different story… I’ve just completed the Wine & Spirits Education Trust (WSET) advanced course and I’m now nervously awaiting the results. The […]

How to appreciate sake – a masterclass

You may know your Daiginjo from your Ginjo, but for those of us less well-versed in sake, there is much to discover about the fascinating wine. At a recent Berry Bros. & Rudd event, Anne McHale MW – our education expert – hosted a Sake Masterclass with Asami Tasaka, UK Sales Director of World Sake […]