Wines of Alentejo's solidarity initiative will teach how to taste wine like a pro
All of the income generated by enrollment in the Wine Tasting Initiation Course will be donated to the 890 Group of Scouts of Évora.

The Alentejo Wine Route (Rua 5 de Outubro, nº 88, Évora) reopens its doors, next Saturday, November 13, between 9:30 am and 5:00 pm, for all wine lovers for an Initiation Course in Wine tasting.

The solidarity initiative that will support the 890 Group of Scouts of Évora, is under the guidance of Luís Pedro Amorim, coordinator of the Chamber of Wine Tasting Committees of the Alentejo Regional Winegrowing Commission (CVRA), and intends to provide participants with the basics to properly appreciate wine.

The course organized by CVRA was designed to provide participants with preliminary knowledge about the sensory analysis of wines, exploring from the physiology of the senses, aromas and elementary tastes, to the harmonization between wine and the most varied gastronomic options. Participation in the event has a total cost of €50 and includes, in addition to tasting different types of Alentejo wines, a regional lunch harmonized with wines from the region.

Furthermore, the totality of the income generated reverts to the Group 890 of the Scouts of Évora, to support the work developed for the emotional, intellectual, physical and spiritual development of young people in the region.

Enrollments are limited to the first 15 participants and must be made via email

The initiative aims to promote the generation of positive social impacts in the surrounding communities and is part of the Wines of AlentejoSustainability Program, an unprecedented initiative in Portugal that works to promote more sustainable practices at an environmental, social and economic level in the vineyards. and Alentejo wineries, as well as with employees, families and surrounding communities.
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