Join Ned Goodwin for a wine masterclass
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Join Ned Goodwin for a wine masterclass

Join Ned Goodwin for a wine masterclass

Ned Goodwin, one of the wine world's most profound and well-respected masters from Australia, is conducting two 90-minute masterclasses to bring a unique experience to wine lovers in Thailand, at Neilson Hays Library, Surawong Road, on June 2 from 1-4.30pm.

Presented by Wine Garage as a celebration of 10 years of supplying Bangkok with the best wines from all corners of the globe, the masterclass will focus on important and contemporary discussions around the world's most beloved regions and the wines they produce.

The first session will be "How Are Vignerons In Burgundy Exploring Techniques To Mitigate Excessive Ripeness While Promoting Balance, Freshness, And Drinkability?". Eight Burgundian wines from recent vintages along with the savoir-faire of Master of Wine Goodwin will be the highlight to guide participants through the modern state of Burgundy wines and the future that lies ahead.

Starting at 3pm, the second session will navigate the current topic of climate change in relation to the growth of grape varietals titled "The Growing Importance Of Late-Ripening Mediterranean Varieties As They Maintain Greater Freshness And Poise In Warmer Regions". This session will also feature eight distinct wines revolving around the prescient importance of grape varieties.

Born in London, raised in Australia and educated in Tokyo and Paris, Goodwin is one of a few wine masters in Asia, and the first in Japan. He has chosen a path in wine that has encompassed work as a sommelier, educator, show judge and consultant.

He became a Master of Wine in 2010 and has deep understanding of Australian, Californian and Jerez wines, and most French and Italian high-profile regions such as Piedmont, Champagne and Burgundy.

The fee is 4,500 baht per masterclass. Seats are limited.

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