1.Every participant introduces him or herself in terms of wine experience (family background, experiences, lectures, exhibitions and visits to vineyards…)
2.A geographical overview (Tour de France or the country, region, appellation) with a map support is made.
3.Mechanisms of tasting are studied and the basic vocabulary of wine is taught…
4.Then each participant in his (her) turn must comment with the appropriate vocabulary, a step in wine tasting. Sometimes, maps, geological sections, graphics, photos, animations, are presented to help better fix things.
5.In the second part of the session, a snack (when fitted) – quality and generous enough – is served. During a “Food and Wine Pairing” session you eat and drink simultaneously: a dish – a wine.
6.At the end of the session, a summary of the course is conducted to allow participants to gain an overview of the course.
Time of questions and answers between each wine are provided – recalls and a sum up are made at the end of the session.