The Wine Workshop launches its online wine and food pairing workshops hosted by Britain’s leading names in the world of wine.

Those who sign up to a 60 minute class, will be sent a hamper for two which includes 3 wines, 3 complimentary dishes crafted by the  team& specialist luxury caterers.


Launched to help foodies and wine-lovers make lockdown more bearable, The Wine Workshop offers an exclusive platform providing access to drinks experts in a unique package bringing together food, wine, learning and fun.

The concept reaches beyond a video conference call. Indeed, The Wine Workshop will each week offer a vibrant, interactive class, led by luminaries such as Jane Parkinson (Saturday Kitchen Live and Stylist’s wine expert), Douglas Blyde (ES Magazine) and Master of Wine, Nancy Gilchrist.

When you sign up to a 60 MINUTE class, you’ll be sent a hamper for two, full of 3 wines and 3 inspiring and complimentary dishes crafted by the team’s specialist luxury caterers 

This treasure trove, which may be delivered nationally, will also include the log-in code and details for your particular workshop.


Your expert will then guide you through the contents of the hamper – encouraging you to explore your senses as they teach you about why certain foods harmonise with specific wines and much more.

Below is a list of first-ever The Wine Workshop classes – with more added in due course.

The first class will be hosted by Jane Parkinson,

30th April.

Planet-Friendly Wines

Sample some of the most delicious planet-friendly wines and discover what makes them unique. From organic to biodynamic and vegan to vegetarian, let’s shine a light on the growing army of wines now helping Planet Earth.

The wines will be complimented with a food pairing of organic and sustainable small dishes. Vegan friendly alternatives are available.

The second class will be hosted by Douglas Blyde

7th May

A Blind Tasting


Delve into a vivid selection of wines in this challenging tasting, allowing you to understand acidity, tannin and a sense of place. All bottles are wrapped and numbered for a blind tasting providing a chance for you to put your new skills to the test in a competition of the senses

To be served alongside a bespoke menu of seasonal home comforts that pay homage to the wine selection. Vegetarian and gluten free options are available.

The third class will be hosted by Nancy Gilchrist

14th May

A Matter of Taste

Through a series of interactive tastings each person will experience for themselves the effect of certain foods on wine and vice versa, and, just as importantly, they will understand why those effects occur.

The wines will be paired with a bespoke menu of tasting ingredients featuring artisan cheese, vegetables and fresh herbs that help prove how taste can be affected and adjusted. Vegetarian and gluten free options are available.