Date & Time:
Thursday, 19th September
London – Holborn,
London School of Economics & Political Science
One of the most widely planted red varieties in the world, Grenache Noir is a major contributor to red and rosé wines made across a swathe of southern Europe that stretches from Rioja and Navarra, through Cataluña, across the South of France and up into the southern part of the Rhône Valley. It’s also found in the USA, South Africa and Australia There are white, grey and ‘hairy’ clones too. We will have a selection of fine examples for you to taste.
Tutor: Pippa Hayward with Sandy Leckie.