We pursue this mission through our ongoing wine education courses on two continents offered in France, Italy and the USA.
The Degustibuss wine school has an international vision and has created a successful easy-learning format: theory and practice concentrated in a few hours of coursework.
We have designed a course that initiates students to the knowledge and joys of wine, offering the best means for approaching the wine-making world, using straightforward but complete wine education formats.
Our courses are designed and delivered using an exclusive, innovative teaching method that includes both practice and theory.
Teaching covers a theoretical introduction to the world of wine integrated with sessions dedicated to exclusive tastings, aiming to explain the sensory aspects of the wine.
The sight, nose and palate profile analysis of a wine is the first step in our school’s journey into the world of wine-making. Our intensive course of a few hours provides education of high level and tangible results in wine expertise.
Our wine classes take place in a professional setting, with our welcoming, sociable winemakers and sommeliers teaching all the notions of the ancient art of vinification and wine-tasting.
Your passion inspires our work: we dedicate each day to planning wine courses and events all over the world.
Our wine schools are based in NY, CHICAGO, PARIS, LYON, ROME, MILAN, where we’ll be waiting for you to begin this journey of discovery of international wines; the sensory nuances of wines from similar or different vine varieties, the aromas, and the pairings of the nectar of Bacchus.
Our courses have a learning curve that starts with the first level of introduction to wine proceeding to the third level to discover food and wine pairings.
In particular, the third-level wine classes include combinations of French cheeses and local or foreign wines. A special moment set aside for attuning the personality of a wine’s nose or palate to the comparable or pleasantly contrasting characteristics of the cheeses.
You’ll explore the differences in French cheeses by regions of origin, how the cheeses are made, and how they are served.
Wine and cheese pairings are created by taking into account taste but also the occasion, with a close eye not only on the right combination, but also on the mistakes to avoid when serving food and wine.
Our format offers a 3-hour day of wine classes and wine-tasting.
Each class alternates theory and tastings, when we tap into our wine collections – labels from all over the world, made available for every course.
At the end of each course, you will be given your certificate of attendance for the day.
To ensure the best possible education, your teachers will be professional sommeliers and winemakers, flanking you at every stage of the course, resolving doubts and guiding you throughout tastings and pairings.