How does a Zoom wine tasting work?

Wine and Dine Vanessa Gordon

Just because you’ve been confined to your sitting room for the last few months (almost 2 years), doesn’t mean you have to give up your favourite hobby – a zoom wine tasting.

Wine tasting isn’t an activity reserved solely for large groups of people, it’s something you and your work colleagues or business clients can partake in from the comfort of your own sofa.

That’s right.

Thanks to the prevalence of video conferencing options, if you and your team aren’t able to get together in person to enjoy a zoom wine tasting, then you can all get together virtually and sip some of the best English vinos not available on the common market, with The English Vine zoom wine tastings.

Whether you’re hosting a virtual tasting as a way to thank your long-suffering colleagues or as a gift to strengthen client relations, our fully bespoke wine tasting event is wholly customisable to help you achieve your aims.

At The English Vine they produce tasting that aren’t your usual stuffy wine tastings, however, they’ll bring their best chat and let you really discover what their english wines are about in a way that everyone can understand, even your Auntie Dora. They’ll even ask you to bring a beer (you’ll find out why on the day).

So how does it work?

The English Vine will need at least 6 people (think 3 couples for example) and typically no more than 12 but they are happy to accommodate a larger group. Just ask.

They’ll send out a wine tasting box containing your samples (each sample is around a full glass, so plenty to enjoy) and they’ll throw in a few extra bits and pieces for fun too. You’ll get your box 1 or 2 days before (any longer and the wine would spoil unfortunately).

What they send will depend on the agreed budget and any preferences you have. For example, a summer tasting is more likely to be rosé and whites, whilst a winter tasting would be reds). But they are very flexible and can tailor something just for you.

Get in touch today!