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Online - Sip-Size Sessions: The Big 5: An Introduction to Cab Sav

19 Oct 2021 7:00 - 07:45 pm
Online via Zoom (link provided on purchase)
Online - Sip-Size Sessions: The Big 5: An Introduction to Cab Sav
Free event
Places available
Code: TG211019V
Anna Spooner

Anna Spooner

Anna Spooner is the Tastings and Events Co-Ordinator at The Wine Society. She joined the team in 2018 after working at The West London Wine School as a wine tutor and loves to bring her passion for wine education to our members. She completed her WSET Diploma in 2021.

Our online tutored events are one of the most popular styles at The Wine Society. Drawing on a wealth of knowledge from our tasting team, our buyers, and sometimes our producers, we love giving our members the opportunity to learn with us and broaden their understanding of the vast world of wine.

Themes vary from big picture topics to detailed deep dives and if you’re not sure if the event will be pitched at your level of experience, then simply get in touch at tastings@thewinesociety.com

How do I use Zoom? 

After successfully registering for an event, we will send you a link to the event via email and all you then need to do is follow this link directly to the event, no passwords required. Please see our ‘How to use Zoom’ guide for more information. 

How much do these events cost? 

Our virtual events are free to register and attend. Optional food and fine suggestions are advertised on the event page.

Are the events recorded?

Most of our events are recorded for our YouTube channel. However, others are privately recorded for registered members only.If you are unsure where to find a recording, email tastings@thewinesociety.com

Often called the ‘King of Grapes’, cabernet sauvignon might just be the most recognisable and best-loved wine grape in the world – and it is certainly the most planted. Its ability to produce high-quality wines in far-flung corners of the globe has made it an international powerhouse.

In this session, Anna will explore the origins of the variety, its unique character and the styles of wines that it can produce. We’ll visit Bordeaux where it is blended to produce some of the world’s priciest and most ageworthy wines before exploring the styles of California, Australia and even Lebanon.

The three wines that Anna will be using in the session will be released on 26th August. You’re welcome to buy one, two or all three; or simply join with a cup of tea!

Château Peyrabon, Haut-Médoc 2009

‘Mature, full, rich and smooth as silk’ was Bordeaux buyer Tim Sykes’ verdict...

France     £22.00   Bottle     £264.00   Case of 12

Château Ksara Réserve du Couvent 2018

The wine the Lebanese drink, from the country's oldest winery. A peppery, smo...

Lebanon     £10.95   Bottle     £131.00   Case of 12

Blind Spot Yarra Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2019

Lovely plush and aromatic cabernet with black fruits and violet aromas. The p...

Australia     £11.95   Bottle     £143.00   Case of 12

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