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Hello!

I started Tastour 10 years ago with the aim to create a club in London where people could come together and share foodie experiences.

At the time, I had a core base of friends, but most of them only wanted to check out a new restaurant for special occasions. They didn’t place any value on life enriching experiences, 600 events later and we have a successful recipe.

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This month for meetup members include…

We have Decanter wine festival 4th November (one FREE ticket left for a new member of Bon Vivants), more details here

Next week we have our monthly city social and wine tasting on the 6th November, more details here.

For the single people in the event, don’t miss the tasting on the 15th November when we team up with London’s matchmaker, more detail here. 

On the 20th November we are learning to hand paint wine glasses, details here.

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Want more events?

Whilst meetup is great, I’ve found that there can lack a sense of community.  So I created a top secret club, called Bon Vivants. For years the club has been operating underground.  Events are arranged via WhatApp with no involvement of the Tastour website or meetup – just a group of people with a thirst to explore.

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Do you have the thirst to explore new experiences? If so, you will fit right in with us!

How it works:

1. Bon Vivant members join through http://tastour.com/member-registration/

2. Then joins the whatsapp group and signs up to one of the many events already planned or…

3. A member suggest an event with the date, time, location and price

4. When 2 or more people express interest, the member creates a doodle poll to find a mutual date.

5. The host makes the booking, buys the tickets and sets up a private group just for that event for people to discuss the details.

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Special Interest Groups include:

We have group chats for each of the following types of events

Cocktails & Co.

Secret bars, high end hotels, pop ups and immersive experiences or off the beaten track  can be arranged in this group. The only requirement is handmade syrups and a signature list.

Pubs & Pints

From an after work quick half to a day at a festival, craft beer and real ale is what this group is all about. From Gastropubs to traditional Fireplaces and Pub lunches with walks (possibly even in the countryside) this group is for meeting in true English style.

£100 Lunch Club

For those that would like to explore top restaurants but at the reduced lunch price.  Expect the bill with wine and service to be around £100. (Might be more or less) This group isn’t for deal seekers, its for experience seekers.

Market & Stalls

For inviting others to events that has local people selling their crafts… be it food or art.

Come Dine with Me Dinner Parties

Hosted in the home of a member, each guest is asked to ‘bring and share’ one course and a matching wine. Members are happy to help with what wine to bring, and you do not need to host in order to attend. As long as you make an effort with your food and wine. (Suggested byo wine price is £15-30)

LIVE Performaces

From Jazz to out door theatre and talks to walks, here members get together and organise fantastic gigs…

ESCAPE Room Comrades

Join our international team of code crackers. The clock is ticking!

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Upcoming events:

3rd Nov- Bring and Share at Ira’s (full)

4th Nov – Decanter (see www.tastour.com)

6th Nov – Social Tasting (see www.tastour.com)

17th Nov – Visit to Brockley Market (Join the Market and Stalls Group)

20th Nov- Learn to hand paint wine glasses (see web – need more to book asap)

23rd Nov – Cocktails at Dandelion (Join the Cocktail Group)

1st Dec – Cocktails and Dinner at The Langham (voted best bar in the world)

2 spots left, join here: https://chat.whatsapp.com/GKLsr1ZDS7FHr2Pe31WoP93rd

Dec – Social Tasting (pls book on web asap)

15th Dec – Holiday Bring and Share at Matt and Kelly’s join here: https://chat.whatsapp.com/CIJ29J97vcqGwNOQlbfrar

17th Dec – Holiday Tavern Tour (to be confirmed)

9th Jan  – Social Tasting, bubbles (pls book on web asap)

19th Jan – Bring and Share at Gary’s, all are welcomed (To be Confirmed)

23rd Jan – Grand Expedition immersive  (might be full, not sure atm as the new system to book without a charge to you failed)

25th Jan –  – Social Tasting, whisky (not online yet)

26th Apr – Lego Brick Bar Pop Up

27th Apr – Canal Boat and wine tasting (see web)

Active group chats to discuss events:

Decanter

Gourmet bus tour

Clover #33 best restaurants in the world

Gary’s Bring and Share Dinner Party

La Grovroche

How to join?

As you can see, we have a very active behind the scenes community which for around £5 a month you can be a part of. Membership is £70 per year, which includes up to 10 wine tastings and exclusive invites to dinner parties hosted in members homes, pop ups, discounted michelin starred dinning and a lot more. Join here: http://tastour.com/member-registration/

Not ready to join a group of experience seekers? But would like to just come along to an event you are more than welcome to attend any of the events listed on www.tastour.com

Adventure awaits and I hope you’ll join us soon!

Kelly

Exclusive invites through the Bon Vivant WhatsApp Group

Hello!

I started Tastour 10 years ago with the aim to create a club in London where people could come together and share foodie experiences.

At the time, I had a core base of friends, but most of them only wanted to check out a new restaurant for special occasions. They didn’t place any value on life enriching experiences and I found it difficult to find mutual dates to do things with them.

Whilst meetup is great, it can lack a sense of community. It’s can be hard to become comfortable, as there are so many events offered throughout the network. Plus it was difficult to charge people an admin fee per event or have commitment that they would show if there was no upfront fee.

So I created a top secret club, called Bon Vivants. For years the club has been operating underground.  Events are arranged via WhatApp with no involvement of the Tastour website or meetup – just a group of people with a thirst to explore.

We have around 100 Bon Vivants with a core group of around 30 people who actively attend. You will usually always see at least 5 people you have met before at an event.

Tastour has some events open to everyone who attends, and others that are only promoted through Whatsapp.

How to find out about events on whatsapp:

We have a main group for general events, and then subgroups for special interest. To join, just click the link below whilst connected to Whatsapp via your desktop or Mobile. I recommend that everyone joins the main group. For the special interest groups, if you chose not to join, then you will not be notified if an event is being planned.

If you have recently joined,  we will forward you the messages of the events which are open for you to join within a week of joining.

How it works:

1. A member suggest an event with the date, time, location and price

2. When 2 or more people express interest, the member creates a doodle poll to find a mutual date.

3. The host makes the booking, buys the tickets and sets up a private group just for that event for people to discuss the details. Those who voted in the poll are requested to pay (if needed) within 24 hours.

Join the main group here:

https://chat.whatsapp.com/7asIXfFVCEV97qhne0WoNB

TIPS:

It is suggested to mute groups as some groups are more active than others. You can do this by clicking the 3 dots on the top right of your screen.

If you need to leave the group for any reason, you can do this by clicking the name of the group and scrolling down, then click exit group. You can rejoin the group at anytime by clicking the link above.

Special Interest Groups include:

(Please note that if you do not join the subgroup, you may not receive an invite or find out about an event. The  subgroups are to help limit the chat on the main group and create better experiences for those with a shared special interest)

Cocktails & Co.

Secret bars, high end hotels, pop ups and immersive experiences or off the beaten track  can be arranged in this group. The only requirement is handmade syrups and a signature list.

https://chat.whatsapp.com/JoaIRc0JjZz3NpUyRNn4ZS

Pubs & Pints

From an after work quick half to a day at a festival, craft beer and real ale is what this group is all about. From Gastropubs to traditional Fireplaces and Pub lunches with walks (possibly even in the countryside) this group is for meeting in true English style.

https://chat.whatsapp.com/GOggdu9EITGIzQ10u7lOtP

£100 Lunch Club

For those that would like to explore top restaurants but at the reduced lunch price.  Expect the bill with wine and service to be around £100. (Might be more or less) This group isn’t for deal seekers, its for experience seekers.

https://chat.whatsapp.com/Bh88TqhiQRD9xCZlhpiGSY
Market & Stalls

For inviting others to events that has local people selling their crafts… be it food or art.

https://chat.whatsapp.com/J6KoL6ld1ZN3a47zL7NZH5

Come Dine with Me Dinner Parties

Hosted in the home of a member, each guest is asked to ‘bring and share’ one course and a matching wine. Members are happy to help with what wine to bring, and you do not need to host in order to attend. As long as you make an effort with your food and wine. (Suggested byo wine price is £15-30)

https://chat.whatsapp.com/G4WsdRUBBNkCz4UtYcAh2L

LIVE Performaces

From Jazz to out door theatre and talks to walks, here members get together and organise fantastic gigs…

https://chat.whatsapp.com/CowFULwbqdgDK5Ojmdh6g0

ESCAPE Room Comrades

Join our international team of code crackers. The clock is ticking!

https://chat.whatsapp.com/DCgTIpSEnwYFQGwEqCz0de

Upcoming events: Sample list (please join the whatsapp group for an update list)

1st Nov – Pleasure and Pain Supper Club with the Little Blue Door (see main group thread)

3rd Nov- Bring and Share at Ira’s (full)

4th Nov – Decanter (see www.tastour.com)

6th Nov – Social Tasting (see www.tastour.com)

17th Nov – Visit to Brockley Market (Join the Market and Stalls Group)

20th Nov- Learn to hand paint wine glasses (see www.tastour.com)

23rd Nov – Cocktails at Dandelion (Join the Cocktail Group)

1st Dec – Cocktails and Dinner at The Langham – voted best bar in the world (private group)

request to join here: https://chat.whatsapp.com/GKLsr1ZDS7FHr2Pe31WoP93rd

3rd Dec – Social Tasting (see www.tastour.com)

15th Dec – Holiday Bring and Share at Matt and Kelly’s join here: https://chat.whatsapp.com/CIJ29J97vcqGwNOQlbfrar

17th Dec – Holiday Tavern Tour (to be confirmed)

9th Jan  – Social Tasting, bubbles (see www.tastour.com)

23rd Jan – Grand Expedition immersive  (might be full, not sure atm as the new system to book without a charge to you failed)

25th Jan –  – Social Tasting, whisky (not online yet)

27th Apr – Canal Boat and wine tasting (see www.tastour.com)

Group chats to discuss events:
Gourmet bus tour (No date decided) Join here https://chat.whatsapp.com/Dc8b5qUkKc4BvQX1420La0
Clover #33 best restaurants in the world (£100 club group chat)
La Grovroche – Ask for an invite link in a private message to me

Host tips:

1. You’ll get the best response if you book several weeks and even months in advance with an experience which others may want to share.

2. Use the appropriate group to advertise your event and set up a doodle to find the best date for everyone.

3. Last minute events are okay, but please expect a lower turnout.

Group rules: 

The groups have been set up for sharing relevant information about the topic of the group and for arranging group meets.

The groups are for people who would like to share experiences and get to know people at events, not online, so please keep that in mind when posting. Not for ‘Hey, look how awesome I am’ post or ‘I’m bored and need entertainment.’ The occasional gentle banter is more than welcome. For example, we collectively take the mickey out of Gary whenever we can. Please feel free to join in 😉

Questions that have been answered in previous messages, such as what time are we meeting, will not be answered by the group. Please take responsibility and do your own admin, scroll up, put things in your diary and do not rely on others.

You can contact a member to arrange a meeting by creating a private group for your event.

Please be aware that by being a member of the whatsapp group, other members will have access to your mobile number. If you contact a member privately for social reasons, please ask for their consent to do so. For example, ‘I had a great time chatting you at x event, I hope it’s okay that I contacted you through the whatsapp group?’ No reply, means no consent. Please do not contact members that you have not met in person and please report any member that does not follow this rule or respect your boundaries in regards to your data being shared on the group chat.

Remember, if you vote in a doodle or say you are interested, then you need to contact the host if your plans change.

Members are responsible for all charges occurred by no shows and cancellations, as well as being respectful to other members in the group. Membership may be suspended, without refund, if our rules are not adhered too.

Anything else?

I think that should help but if you have any questions please send me a private message. What’s App is always the quickest way to contact me. My number is 07919053064

Thanks to those who have made event suggestions and for those that have organised private events… and of course those that have attended. You all make Tastour amazing and I’m looking forward to another great year of shared experiences!

Kelly

 

Wines to Drink with Friends miniTASTING (Free for Bon Vivants)

Thursday February 8, 2018 at

Wines to Drink with Friends miniTASTING (Free for Bon Vivants)

Join us for a fantastic evening tasting fine wines, and meeting fine people. You’ll enjoy an evening of socialising and an hour of interactive wine education.  We make learning about wine fun SOCIAL, entertaining, so expect a lot humour, fun facts, story telling and mixing with like minded people.

Theme: Wines to drink with Friends

Please note, this tasting starts at 7pm, however, you can arrive from 6pm to socialise. Easy to get to venue, one minute walk from the tube 🙂

Wines to Drink with Friends miniTASTING (Free for Bon Vivants)

Event Details:

Each month is a new learning theme…  Get a quick fix and learn a thing or two about wine with Tastour.

Around 40-50 wine lovers gather at this event – it’s more informal than a guided Tastour tasting and it’s just as much fun.

At this tasting you’ll learn the difference between the classic wine regions, plus a few fun nuggets to share at your next dinner party.

 

Cost of the wine tasting:

£15 for Non Members, £20 if not booked online 48 hours in advance

FREE for Bon Vivant Members, why not join today? Upgrade your membership for only £70 per year and enjoy up to 10 socialTASTING’s, and tickets to various tastings hosted by our partners such as Decanter for free. We also organise private dinner parties, discounted Michelin Starred dining, BYOB restaurants, theatre, secret super clubs and many more exclusive events, just for our Bon Vivant Members. For more information & and upgrade your membership visit: http://tastour.com/member-registration/

Or pay as you go as a Tastourian through this event invite.

If you would like to pre-pay and receive the advance price, the link above will redirect you to the Tastour website, where your money will be collected via paypal or credit card. It is quick and easy! If you have problems with paypal, please contact me.

What’s included:

You’ll enjoy a presentation on three to four fine wines, from different regions.  The wines will be of exceptional quality.  You will receive 125ml of wine.

The formal part of the guided tasting will last around onw hour with some socialising mixed in, however, many guest will continue to network throughout the evening.

You will leave this event, feeling well educated and hopefully a few new friends to explore London with.

Time: The doors open for check-in at 6:00 pm.  The  tasting starts at 7:00pm and ends at 8:30pm.  Our private area closes around 11pm

After the tasting: The food at the pub is really great. Your host will organise an optional delicious sharing dinner for everyone that is interested after the tasting; which includes steak, prawns and all sorts of yummy veggie treats too. The cost is £10 and is collected in cash on the night.

Wines to Drink with Friends miniTASTING (Free for Bon Vivants)

Venue:

The Walrus and The Carpenter takes its name from a poem by Lewis Carroll. The verse is recited by Tweedledum and Tweedledee in ‘Through The Looking Glass’. We stand in the shadow of history, in view of The Monument to commemorate the Great Fire of London. The column’s height marks the distance to the site of Thomas Farynor’s bakery in Pudding Lane where the fire began.

Nearest Tube:

Monument (1 Minute Walk)

Also nearby, Bank (Central & Northern Lines) Cannon Street, Fenchurch Street, Tower Hill), London Bridge

 

Attending on your own?  Don’t worry!!  Most attendees will be on their own and our events are designed to make you feel like your one of the regulars as soon as you arrive.

 

About the wines:

All of our wines are carefully selected to highlight the particular theme of the night.  They are usually between £10-30 retail, but can cost up to £100 per bottle.

 

About Tastour

Tastour, UK Wine Educator of the Year*, makes meeting people and learning about food and drink fun, easy and engaging. With a diverse range of events, priced from £5, there is really something for everyone – from epicurean tastings and exclusive dinners, recipe swaps and walking tours to day trips and social networking nights.

Bring a date, your mates or come along on your own, we hope to see you at a Tastour soon!
To buy tickets or for more information about Tastour and our award-winning weekly epicurean events and private parties visit www.tastour.com or phone 07919053064

* Awarded by the International Wine Challenge 2010

Register

Wine Trend: Organic & Bio-Dynamic Wine Tasting Recap

It’s always a pleasure to introduce new wines and concepts to help you get thinking about what your drinking!

Last month we hosted our first Organic, biodynamic and natural wine tasting.

 

A recap of a few of the things we learned:

  • The term natural wine is reserved only for wines with no sulphites or chemicals, it is not a generic term for organic wine.
  • The EU is allowed to label a wine Organic if it contains sulphites, however in the US wines using sulphites must be labelled, ‘made with organically grown grapes.’
  • Wines need sulphites to preserve them.  It’s a myth that people are allergic to red wine and not white wine due to sulphites.  White wine has more sulphites than reds.
  • The legal term ‘Organic’ covers the vineyard management, not the winery techniques.
  • Organic wines are for those that seek new and interesting wine experiences and who refuse to support a wine world influenced through ‘Parkerization’
  • Bio-dynamic wines connect with the natural biology of the vineyard.  They use the phases of the moon to prune the vineyard.  In interesting fact is, when the moon is ascending, the vines have less water, therefore it’s the best time to prune.  They also practice filling of cow horns with manure and burying them in the soil.  This is then diluted with water and sprayed on the vines.  There are more flowery sprays as well, like Camomile.

 

The wines:

  • White wines from Vinho Verde tend to be very crisp and dry, especially compared to the Quinta da Palmirnha Branco we enjoyed.
  • The second red, Duas Vinhas 2010, which was slightly sparkling has natural S02.  I personally like this slight sprizt in a wine, and it should not be seen as a fault
  • The third red, Bonjardim 2006, proved that organic wine can age, with the additions of sulphites, of course.

 

A special thanks to Roman and Ricardo who came with their delicious and unique wines.  If you would like to keep in touch with them, here is there contact information:
www.portuguesestory.com

twitter: @PortugueseStory

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Portuguese-Story/216512411773738

We created a poll to ask people about their experiecnce with Organic Wines:

It was interesting to see how these topics provoked a few good conversations, and prove some of the theories I spoke about in the tasting.

I know I’m a wine geek, but I find these very answers very interesting: (45 attended, 32 filled out the survey)

  • 14 of 32 had never had an Organic wine. 9 of you had a good to excellent experience.

For those that had a bad experience, you now know that the quality of Organic wine has dramatically increased in the last decade due to the addition of sulphites.

  • Only 5 would pay £3 more for a wine made with organic grapes.

Did this change for you by the end of the tasting?

  • Only 9 people would seek them out if they were in a separate section of the store

Which proves why most producers who paid for their certification, don’t label their wines as such – they don’t want to lose their position on the shelf!

  • Only 3 people seek out wines of usual grapes/blends (more than 50% of the time)  

We really must change this!!!  As there is less intervention in the final taste of the wine (like using native yeast, no sugar or chemicals added) organic wines have a more diverse taste than mainstream wines.  So if you like trying different wines, go for organic!

  • 17 people said they lifestyle was more than 50% sustainable. (recycles and reuses, tries to save energy)  

Being sustainable is a large part of our culture.  Most wineries claim to be sustainable, however, organic wineries take it to the next level.

  • The preferred term for Organic wine is Artisan and Small Exclusive estates – and the best suggestion was Free Range.  I love this!!!  

There was one that said vegetarian, but not all organic wine is unfiltered.  Organic refers to growing the grapes, not how it’s made.  Wines are only vegetarian if they do not use Isinglass ‘fish bladder’ to filter the wine. (95% of wine is not vegetarian)

The Best Wine Tasting in London

HOW TO TASTE WINE AND NOT WASTE TIME

Attention, Tastorians! This is not your ordinary stuffy old tasting! Tastour’s fun night of learning is filled with     one-liners, anecdotes and eye-popping facts.

Most people say they want to learn about wine, but often they can’t find the time for a course or don’t want to get bogged down with the details.  This entertaining and educational guided tasting is all about having fun, teaching you to spot the bargains and developing relationships with clients and colleagues.

For more information, drop a line 07919053064 or email info@tastour.co.uk 

What is speedTASTING?

In just over 2.5 hours, 6 different learning themes will be introduced in rounds by your friendly and professional host who, by the way, is just bursting with entertaining and memorable wine facts and tips.  After each round, with carefully organized seat swaps, you’ll move onto a different table where you are greeted with new, friendly faces and another set of generous tasting samples. The unique samples are a superb talking point and will really get your tongues wagging!

 

Your Key Messages Delivered:

By sharing your desired outcomes for the event, we can create a bespoke presentation which connects your core message using the metaphor of wine. Do you want to instill your companies core values, motivate sales teams, or increase communication within teams?  Ask us how we can help you achieve your goals.

 

What’s Included:

Wine: Informative entertainment presented by award-winning Kelly Bayliffe. You will be poured 10 generous servings of fine wines, all retailing at £10-30 per bottle.  Total volume served is just over 2 large glasses of wine.

*price may vary for specialty tasting samples.

Food: Each table will be decorated with nibbles such as grapes, crackers and nuts.  For an additional charge, we can arrange for passed canapés at the start of the event as people arrive.  These are beautiful and really tasty.   Between the reds and the whites or at the end of the tasting, we can serve a gorgeous spread of Charcuterie and Artesian Cheese.    As well as vegetarian options like, grilled artichokes, an array of quiches and roasted red pepper spreads.

Also included: Your Tastour host will facilitate the seating arrangements, if required. Price includes, congestion charge, parking, glass hire, ice, spittoons, 4 additional staff members

 

Suggested Venues:

Corkage charge and room hire will vary based on the amount of food ordered and the day/time of your event.

If you accept this initial proposal, we will be able to suggest venues within your budget.

 

About TASTOUR:

Award-winning Tastour offers exhilarating interactive tasting experiences, all revolving around food and drink.  If it has calories, we’ll excerise your palate.

 

To reach your companies desired outcomes, this proposal can be tailored to suit your needs.

 

Best of Britain: Wine, Chocolate, Whisky, Cheese, and Beer

For parties of 10 or more…

Teambuilding Options:
Competition: There’s nothing better than a bit of competition.  Each team will create their own patriotic team name, and work together to score points against their rival teams.

Networking: Would you like employees to interact and engage with eachother?  At our speedTASTING events, guest will meet and spend around 10 minutes with up to 80% of the guest.

Entertaining Options:

Modern: The Urban Soul Orchestra (USO) happen to be some of the best classically trained musicians in London yet play brit pops songs such as their own unique dubstep version of Chariot’s of Fire, as well as iconic British songs such as Wonderwall by Oasis and Viva La Vida by Coldplay.

USO have a long history of performing at exclusive sporting events and venues, including The Queen’s Club 125th Anniversary Ball, The Opening of The Emirates Stadium and at the Closing Ceremony of the Beijing Olympics.

Tradional:  If your clients are looking for more tradional British folk music please contact us.

Sample Tasting Programme:  Our Best of Britain tasting event can be shorten to only 20 minutes, if that’s all that’s there is time for.  However, for guest complete contentment, we recommmend 3 hours for the full tasting.

Welcome taste of award winning sparkling wine
Guest will be treated to a taste of Camel Valley Brut 2010. Voted the worlds best sparkling wine by the International Wine Challenge.

White Wine served with Goats Cheese
England’s most successful grape Bacchus is very similar to Sauvignon Blanc. England produces more award winning cheese than France. This classic match will not only demonstrate 2 of England’s prized produce, it will highlight the rules of wine and cheese pairing.

Cider & Real Ale Sampler
This trio will pair the artisan qualities of craft cider and ale with English Cheese. Cloudy cider, well made ale and oak aged ‘extremist’ beer may shock and delight your guest – all in the same sip.

Whisky & Cheese
In this brief introduction to whisky, using proper tasting glasses with lids, guest will taste the difference between a peated and unpeated whisky. As an extra, we could finish this expresive section by matching both cheese and chocolate to these to distinct style of whiskies.  Go on… spoil your guest!

Chocolate
Taste the world’s best truffle, when they taste this good you only need 1. The perfect ending to a delightful and insightful tasting.  Or if your budget allows, surprise your guest with up to 4 tasting samples.

Entertain Clients with Brazilian Wine Tasting and Carnival Dancers

Our Brazilian Wine Tasting experience is the one of a kind in the UK. If you’re looking for new experiences to entertain your clients, you’re likely be the first to provide this unique experience.

With only 39 wine producers, Brazilian wine is hard to find.  Treat your clients to a wine tasting which will be talked about for years to come.

Your clients will be tested with our Brazil vs France challenge, teased with scrumptous food pairings and enchanted by stories and facts about their new discovery.

 

Highly commended

The Dean of Georgetown Unniversity commented that this was the best wine tasting he’d attended.

Dancers and entertainers

Entertain Clients with Brazilian Wine Tasting and Carnival DancersIf you’re looking for something special to entertain your clients with, our Rio carnival style dancers will delight any crowd.

Dancers are available to greet your guest on arrival and can perform at intervals throughout the tasting.  They also teach dance lessons, which, I’m sure you can image, easily encourage audience participation.

 

 

For the Children

Entertain Clients with Brazilian Wine Tasting and Carnival DancersHosting a summer party or just  looking for a great family activity for your next corporate funtion?

Let our face painters create beautiful designs for your employees.  The children may also enjoy taking part in a specially choreographed dance lesson.  At the end of the day, they’ll have the option to give a performance with their dance instructors.

 

Make your event extra special:

We work with some of the leading suppliers in the event industry.  Here are a few that work well when combined with this wine tasting.

Photographer with instant print out and take home photos

Ice or Chocolate sculpture

Flare Bartender

Drummers

 

Where?

Our Brazlilian wine tasting can take place at your home, office or venue of your choice.  Please ask us for recommended venues.