How to Taste Wine | Richard Betts & Carla Rzeszewski

Learning about wine should be a sensory experience. So rather than recommend dry books or lectures that you can study on your own, we want to immerse you in the world of wine via the drink itself.

In the first installment of this series, we'll work through the foundations of tasting objectively.

We’ll explain the elements of sight, smell, and taste that will help you determine where and how a wine was made. This class will offer insights for everyone, from the well-aged professional to the newly uncorked enthusiast.

Whatever your goal—whether you’re launching a career in wine or simply looking to one up your sommelier—you can expect to walk away with knowledge that will help you better appreciate and speak about wine.


Originally recorded at the Journee Colab on 08/19/2015