7 Day Online Challenge: How to order wine like a BOSS in a restaurant!
(without defaulting to the second cheapest 😆)
Join me for my fun, informative challenge that will get you from bewilderment to confidence when it comes to ordering wine in a restaurant.
Do any of these sound like you? You…
- Feel a bit overwhelmed when confronted with a restaurant wine list, so you just look out for what you recognise – but you’d love to be a little more adventurous?
- Don’t want to spend too much, but nor do you want to look cheap so you opt for the second cheapest? (been there 😂)
- Entertain clients and would love to be able to choose wine confidently when ordering on their behalf?
- Are a little suspicious of sommeliers in case they’re there to rip you off, so you don’t talk to them?
- Don’t really have time to take a full-blown, eight-week wine course and would just like to learn a few key tips and tricks that will help you navigate a wine list with more panache?
I used to be just the same until I learned more about wine and massively increased my confidence, and most importantly ENJOYMENT, when choosing wine in a restaurant.
Now it’s time for me to share that knowledge with you in a fun online challenge, at the no-brainer price of just £47.
Clients routinely pay £100s, even £1000s, to access my expertise – so this is a STEAL.
Over the course of seven days, you’ll receive a daily video training – with a mini-homework challenge each day to get you practising your newfound skills 😜
This will EASILY fit into your busy life – the trainings are yours to watch any time so that you can catch up even if you get a little behind!
Here’s what we’ll be covering:
Back to basics: a refresher on why wines taste so different from each other
Key wines, labels and terms to be able to recognise
Price! How to order a great value wine in a restaurant (and I’ll be sharing my insider’s secrets as a former restaurant wine buyer: sshhhh…)
The etiquette when you get asked to taste wine in a restaurant
Food and wine pairing: the key considerations when choosing wine to match your food
The Sommelier – are they there to rip you off? (hint: it all depends on how you talk to them)
Recap – and now it’s time to practise your new skills 😁
On top of all this, you’ll get two juicy bonuses:
- Bonus Number 1: a printable Challenge Calendar to help you keep track of which days you’ve covered (tick them off as you go along)
- AND Bonus Number 2: an extra masterclass from me to teach you how to Taste Wine like a Pro 😃 🍷
All Challenge lessons are short and manageable – each one is between 7 and 20 minutes in length. By watching a lesson a day, though, you’ll benefit from more than 100 minutes in total of value-packed learning with me, and you’ll be amazed at the ‘ah-ha’ moments that you have!
All this for just £47!
Anne has a unique talent for demystifying the world of wine and sharing its secrets. Her abilities as an educator and presenter are first class. Her personal and professional approach ensures that your experience – whether you’re a beginner or a budding professional – is always relaxed and enjoyable. Her expertise, insights and encouragement were invaluable to me in my wine studies and her passion for wine is contagious. Whether your objective is to understand more about the wines you already enjoy, to improve your tasting technique or to discover new grape varieties or wine regions with friends or for educational purposes, I highly recommend Anne as your expert guide!
Anne McHale is a remarkably brilliant expert in the field of fine wine. Her command of her subject, combined with her warmth of style and charisma of presentation, inspired me to come back and back into the world of discovering, learning about, and exploring the great wine regions of the globe. I now have an understanding about fine wine that is useful in my business, as well as a richer context in which to understand the region I call home in California’s Napa Valley. Anne redefines the prototype of the Master of Wine and leads her courses with aplomb and passion.
Many presenters are exceptionally knowledgeable but have a limited ability to convey that knowledge in a manner which builds a rapport with their listeners. Anne bridges that gap effortlessly; immense personal charm helps, but she is an exceptionally gifted presenter who readily engages her audience, imparting her vast knowledge in a way which is neither patronising or daunting. Participants emerge from her talks feeling as though they have shared her knowledge and passion, rather than being lectured to.