Introduction to wine

17 January 2020 Published by

Getting Started with Wine Tasting

Wine has a lot to do with style. Before each harvest, winemakers have to decide which direction they are going to take in order to produce their preferred drink.

They are put into 9 separate categories according to their body, colour and other attributes. The list includes all red, white, rosé, sparkling and dessert wines, and you can use this categorization to help you approach ordering wine to either pair with your food or to enjoy on its own.


Learning to taste wine is no different than learning to really appreciate music or art in that the pleasure you receive is proportionate to the effort you make. The more you fine-tune your sensory abilities, the better you’re able to understand and enjoy the nuances and details that great wines express. The time and effort invested in palate training is rewarding—and very, very fun.

Bobo Social shows you “How to taste wine like a professional” in our worshop, in an introductory evening, we explain every detail right from the start, so you can impress friends, family and sommeliers!

These intimate workshops will give you the opportunity to ask our wine professional any questions you have been harbouring and help you on future wine choices. You’ll taste six.


Our classes start at 7pm. 

£49 per person



23 Sayer Street, London SE17 1FH

+44 – 0207 636 9310


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