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Dear <<First Name>>,

Who doesn't?

Fred has been galloping around Europe at "Les Grands Jours de Bourgogne" sourcing some interesting bottles for next week's Level II (or so he said but he seemed to be enjoying himself way too much and I'm still waiting for my case of  the Chablis "Montée de Tonnere' 1er Cru, 2010 ...sublime.... takes me back to my Dad dragging me around Puligny-Montrachet as a seven year old and insisting I taste.  Yeah the seventies. When kids tasted wine and didn't have allergies.

Then he went on to ProWein where he caught up with interesting suppliers too, in particular he was enraptured with an Italian red (or was that redhead?)  and in between he managed to capture some New World stars to complete our  global Level II line up.

So back to Chablis and that free stuff. Can you answer these three questions below correctly?   If not you might need professional help...which is good because guess what? its on hand in the shape of the WSET Wine Tasting courses and (I know this is amazing but...) we have three places remaining for next week's Level II Monday-Weds 4-6 April being taught by said WSET educator Frederic Vigroux.  All the details are here on our website in the WSET & Wine School section . Just click and then give us a call. ( / 0736 933 531)

Send us your answers to receive a bottle of the good stuff or if you fancy the Level II next week and answer correctly you can trade the bottle for a Eur 45 price reduction. Now how nice is that?  Finally if you would like some Chablis for home the "Montee de Tonnere" Wine Club price is 900 Lei a case of six bottles.

WSET is the leading wine education provider in the world with over 61,000 students in 2014,
studying in 600 centres in 66 countries in 19 languages. We are a small cog in the WSET world and are proud to be an APP (Approved Programme Provider).
Chablis Questions: Sharpen your pencils! and send your answers to

To which region is Chablis associated ? 
- Alsace
- Champagne
- Burgundy
- Loire Valley

What is the main grape used for Chablis ?
- Sauvignon Blanc
- Chardonnay
- Riesling
- Semillon

What is the main difference between Chablis and Petit Chablis ?
- the grape 
- the geographical area  
- the level of alcohol 
- the region of production 

Good Luck!

Rachel Sargent BEng  ACA WSET®  II 
Chef Owner
The London Street Atelier
Event Venue    Cookery Lesson  Specialty School


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