What can My World of Wine do for you?
Corporate events, fundraisers and private parties are very popular! I supply everything needed for a fun, entertaining and interesting wine tasting including wine glasses, blind bottle covers, tasting notes and my own brand of comic relief! We will be tasting and rating wines from Lidl, Tesco, Aldi, Waitrose and specialist wine suppliers such as Virgin Wines, Laithwaites and many other wine merchants.
The heart of my business is small private events with a dozen or so guests but on occasion Ihost larger evennts..
Colton Wine Club
Thank you very much for a splendid evening yesterday. From the response forms we had 100% saying Brilliant or Very Good. The cheese were exceptional and we did better than I had anticipated with the wines. You set the tone for a very relaxed and sociable atmosphere.
The drinking stopped at 11.00 once we had exhausted supplies.
Very well done and very many thanks.
Richard and Marjorie Monbiot
Thanks again for last Saturday, I've spoken to a few of the people who attended and they said they had a wonderful night.
Andy Gething, Centre Manager
Alexandra was an adviser with us for just under 3 years. Alexandra soon became a Senior member of the team thanks to her hard work, great wine knowledge and dedication to the business. She was able to build up a strong base of loyal customers thanks for her ability to present a fun and informative tasting experience. It has been an absolute pleasure working with Alexandra.
Jessica Parker, General Manager, Virgin Winesto edit it.
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I have stopped being surprised at the results on my blind tastings. Price seldom plays a part in the ratings. I believe our taste buds are influenced by many things, price and perceived value being one of them. It is notable on this occasion the least expensive, Vignobles Roussellet, Pinot Noir (Aldi) and the most expensive, Chatauneuf-du-Pape 2014 (Tesco) gave interesting results.
Volpaia, Tuscany, Italy. One of my favourite places.
Vineyards in Burgundy, France...where some believe it all began.