Henry’s Deli 27 Hesketh Drive, Churchtown are holding a tutored Wine & Cheese tasting evening 14th November 6-8pm tickets are £15 in advance.
The tutored Wine & Cheese tasting evenings are all about a social event, the wine & cheese are a bonus. Mark teaches that most people have never “tasted wine” they have only drunk wine!
Mark quotes: “On a £5 bottle of UK wine 57% tax (£2.84) £2.04 duty 6p for the bottle, label, cork and distribution leaving 6p worth of wine you are drinking! (legally proven).
“There is a reason why the general public have a misrepresentation why £5 is a good price for a bottle of wine but I won’t spoil his thunder lol on a £10 bottle you get £1.34 of wine and on a £20 bottle you get £6 worth of wine!
“All our tasting are completed blind (no, not that sort of party) they are wrapped in brown Paper bags, you taste with your eyes and they deceive you! Or the marketing execs do, there is a wine quiz halfway through for a bit of fun nothing too taxing.
“Most customers stay after the tasting enjoying a sharing platter (mixed cured meats, mixed cheeses, olives, breads, balsamic & first press olive oil (£19.99) and of course purchasing a bottle of wine from the evening tasting selection”.
The tasting wines normally range from £10 to £20 and tasted blind it’s about if it’s to your taste and not the amount you have to pay! We hold private tasting evenings having just done a 60th birthday party for 22 people on a bespoke basis, fiz on arrival, wine tasting followed by platters and finished with cake.
Tickets are limited for more information 01704233689 or pop into the deli.
Henry’s Deli 27 Hesketh Drive, Southport, Tel: 01704 233689
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