Savoie wines and tartiflette



Saturday, November 18

Limited seating: 12 people max
Time: 8pm-11pm


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 Before we finally step into winter you might want to take your chance to taste one of the great ski-food classics : the tartiflette !

Tartiflette is a French dish from the Savoie region in the French Alps. The authentic one is made with potatoes, lardons, onions and, on the top of that … delicious melted reblochon cheese.

Not an easy dish to match with wines, except the delicious local aromatic wines from Savoie : the crisp dry white wines such as the Chasselas, Chignin or Roussette and the fresh, light-bodied red wines made of Pinot Noir and the surprising local Mondeuse.

Join us for a fun and educational evening (and a chance to gain few more calories)

What you will learn during the tasting

Professional but not intimidating, Géraldine’s classes promise a better understanding of the world of wine

Wine Tasting techniques: how to taste wine properly- the 3 “s” rule: See, Smell, Sip. The useful vocabulary to describe wines
The main wine regions in Swiss, the grapes they grow, the differences in style
Read a Swiss label and understand the concepts of Terroirs
Appreciate the quality of the wine: Balance, complexity and lenght

…. and, of course, the most important: share quality wine tasting experiences in an enjoyable, educational, yet social setting!


Geraldine, WSET and Certified Wine Specialist, organizes Wine Tasting classes in the confort of her Parisian apartment in the heart of the 16th. Métro: Ranelagh.


Price includes

5 to 6 high quality wines
Dinner with “entrée, plat, dessert”


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