Greek wine: Learn and Love


We all know about how delicious Santorini wine is, but what about the other regions in Greece?

Become an expert. Take a friend and head along to The World of Greek Wine Program when TAFE NSW Sydney Wine Academy will open its doors to people interested in learning about the wonderful world of Greek Wines.

Its a simple three hour course that will explore the ancient and modern history of Greece, its four iconic grape varieties and the different wine regions located throughout Greece.

Delivered in partnership with Greece’s National wine body, the National Inter-Professional Organization of Vine and Wine of Greece, TAFE NSW Sydney Wine Academy is the first and only academy outside Greece able to offer this certificate.

“This program is very unique as it is the only one of it’s kind taught in Australia. It allows students to explore an area of wine which they may not know much about in our wine sensory centre and fully equipped wine tasting classrooms.

With a focus on some of Greece’s most famous indigenous grape varieties and their regions, students come away with a thorough understanding of Greek Wines.” said Sydney Wine Academy Course Director, Clive Hartley

The World of Greek Wine Program, will take place on Saturday 21 September 2019 at the TAFE NSW Sydney Wine Academy at Ryde.

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