Calling all wine lovers - don't miss out on this exclusive event!
There's nothing like a drink to bond colleagues and friends, so why not head off to the first of a series of exclusive wine-tasting evenings to revive your spirits after a tiring day in the office?
You?ll have the chance to mingle with wine experts as they lead you through a host of famous Champagnes in an event guaranteed to tickle the tastebuds.
The Birmingham Post has teamed up with House of Fraser Birmingham to organise monthly wine-tasting sessions for readers and their guests. Whether you?re a beginner or a connoisseur in the world of wine, our experts will aim to enhance your knowledge so you know exactly which cork to pop when you?re looking for something special to entertain.
The special appreciation sessions kick off next Thursday with a Champagne Evening where the main speaker will be Bill Gunn, Master of Wine and Managing Director of famous Champagne house Pol Roger UK.
For just #15 guests will be able to sample a number of Champagnes under the guidance of Bill, who will talk you through the vintages, vineyards and values of each bottle.
Your entry fee will also entitle you to #5 off any full size bottle of Champagne bought that evening from House of Fraser's World of Food. Bill will be joined by Judith Whittaker, from World of Food, plus experts from other renowned Champagne houses, including Guy Nightingale from Gosset, Simon Evetts from Tattinger and Anthony Davis from Bollinger.
Part of this special evening will also be dedicated to sampling ros> wine, ever popular during the summer months as socialising invariably moves outdoors.
To take part in this exclusive event, simply call Charlotte Mills at House of Fraser, Mon-Thurs, on 0870 160 7225 ext 2334, or email email@example.com to reserve your #15 ticket.
Please have your credit/debit card details to hand when you call.
The first Birmingham Post-House of Fraser Wine Tasting Evening is on Thursday, June 9, 6.30pm-8pm, and will be hosted by House of Fraser Birmingham's World of Food, on the lower ground floor. Places will be allocated on a first-come, firstserved basis (limited to 60 people in total).