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The Sauvignon white grape variety in France and around the world

Online KEDGE Alumni Wine Tasting

1st Semester  - Session 2: Thursday 18 November 2021 de 19h à 21h00 :

The Sauvignon white grape variety in France and around the world

Discover the Sauvignon white grape variety and its various expressions and appellations in France and throughout the world


 

These events, which have taken place for 20 years now, are led by Muriel Petit, professional oenologist, and KEDGE Alumnus Olivier Mora.  
Our oenological meetings are open to all KEDGE students and graduates, as well as to external participants, whether located in France or abroad. The sessions will take place by videoconference once a month starting at 7 pm. Participants will receive PDF documentation prior to the session and will be able to interact and ask our oenologist any questions they may have.  What's more, each session ends with a live tasting!  
OPTIONAL: If you’d like, you can buy a wine corresponding to the theme of the eventing to taste during the session. Prior to each session, you will receive wine suggestions related to that evening’s theme.
Here is a selection of wines that can be purchased at Nicolas:
Quincy Pierre Dupay (Sauvignon variety)
Menetou Salon Clément (Sauvignon variety)
Domaine de Berticaut Cotes de Duras
Wairau River Sauvignon – New Zealand 

Recommended wines, which can be purchased at Nicolas, are indicative only. Given the diversity of the course topics, recommending only one wine would not be representative of the content of the session, so we recommend several wines. The wines in bold are good value for the quality and/or wines at the most reasonable prices.


Who’s it for? 
  • Students, graduates, and external participants
  • No particular level is required
  • People who love wine
Format: 
  • Sessions held online (you just need a computer, an internet connection, and ideally a webcam)
  • Sessions held in French 

Upcoming online sessions:

1ST SEMESTER
  • Session 3: Thursday, 16 December 2021, 7:00 to 9:00 pm: 
Bordeaux – Le Libournais (St-Emilion, Pomerol, Fronsac, …) Information and registration
  • Session 4: Thursday, 13 January 2022, 7:00 to 9:00 pm: 
Champagnes and sparkling wines - Information and registration

 

2ND SEMESTER

  • Session 1: Thursday 10 February 2022, 7:00 to 9:00 pm: 

Alcohols and spirits in general (production, maturation, etc. of Whisky, Rum, Tequila, Gin, Vodka, Eau de vie, Cognac, and others) Information and registration

  • Session 2: Thursday, 17 March 2022, 7:00 to 9:00 pm: 

Leaving the borders with wines from Italy - Information and registration

  • Session 3: Thursday, 14 April 2022, 7:00 to 9:00 pm: 

Bordeaux - Haut Médoc and MédocInformation and registration

  • Session 4: Thursday, 12 May 2022, 7:00 to 9:00 pm: 

A red grape variety from around the world (Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon, or Pinot Noir) - Information and registration

  • Session 5: Thursday, 9 June 2022, 7:00 to 9:00 pm: 

Chalonnaise and Maconnais wines (Rully, Givry, Mercurey, Montagny, and Bouzeron)Information and registration


 

OPTIONAL: If you’d like, you can buy a wine corresponding to the theme of the eventing to taste during the session. Prior to each session, you will receive wine suggestions related to that evening’s theme.


 

Led by:
Muriel Petit has been an oenologist for many years. She conducts courses in both large and small companies, associations, schools, and restaurants. Muriel’s website is : "Muriel Petit chef à domicile et formation". "Muriel Petit has been a wine and cooking instructor since 1997 for catering professionals, companies, and individuals. She offers her services as a home chef, as well as courses and oenological and culinary events for all audiences (professionals, companies, individuals, works councils, associations, adults, and children)."

 

Upcoming sessions held in-person on the Paris campus:
Find information on the sessions held on the Paris campus by clicking here: In-person wine tasting sessions
 
  • 8 €

    Student
  • 10 €

    Member
  • 15 €

    Non-member
  • 20 €

    External participant

Registration deadline : 17th November 2021

Registration closed

Event organised by

  • Olivier MORA

    Olivier Mora (Kedge 99) vous propose avec l’aide d’une œnologue professionnelle, Muriel Petit, une session de 3h au sein du Club parisien d’Œnologie de KEDGE Alumni sur un thème choisi. Aucun niveau n’est requis pour participer à ces ateliers. Vous êtes déjà très nombreux à nous avoir rejoints depuis plus de 10 ans. Alors pourquoi pas vous ?

    Email :
    oliviermora4@gmail.com

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