VINEX Wine Appreciation


VINEX Wine Appreciation

This course is especially designed for wine beginners or enthusiasts with little wine knowledge, but would like to learn more and enter the wine world. A fun and relaxed learning environment. Equipped with the basic wine knowledge, you can use in everyday life.

It is an introductory course suited to those with a basic knowledge as well as beginners. 
There are no pre-requisites to take this course.


This is an excellent course for those with a basic knowledge on wine
because we lead you though the major countries and wine regions.  

Whiskies are distilled from malted grains such as barley, wheat etc.
The most grain-growing countries such as Scotland, Ireland, America and Canada.
They differ in base product, alcohol content, and quality.



Found at the northern tip of the South Island, the Awatere is the southeast
of Marlborough’s internationally renowned Wairau Valley. And their Tupari
Pinot Gris has won the coveted Cuisine Magazine Award for New Zealand’s
Top Pinot Gris twice in the last four years!


You will enjoy some premium wines from Sauvignon Blanc, Riesling,
Pinot Gris, Rosé and Pinot Noir. 6 wines to be tasted.


Wines can enhance the social communication during a business meeting.
In this business session, you will learn about the basic etiquette of tasting wine.
We can recommend suitable wines that let you have the generous decency
in the dinner.



How to drink Sake? Cold, warm or at room temperature?
Learn to distinguish the different types and categories of sake.
Discover how sakes will enhance the taste of food.

This workshop will guide you through the classic wines of all the main wine producing

countries of the Old World – France, Italy, Spain and Portugal. Find it difficult to make
sense out of the Old World wine labels?


Want to know the difference between Bordeaux and Burgundy?
There are no pre-requisites to take this course.

This workshop will take you to all the main wine producing countries of the
New World – Australia, New Zealand, USA, Chile, Argentina and South Africa. 
There are no pre-requisites to take this course. 
Where do you think the oldest Grenache vines in the world are? 
The Rhone Valley in France? They are in Australia.

Barossa is home to some of the oldest continuously producing 
vineyards in the world. A wine history from 1842.