The Joy of Wine Tasting and Pairing
Discover your personal wine profile with a Michelin-star restaurant owner and sommelierTell me more
Full-bodied or light? Fruity or crisp? Do wine descriptions make your head spin? Join sommelier and owner of Paris’ Michelin-starred Comice Etheliya Hananova to master wine tasting and pairing at home. Etheliya will guide you through the basic techniques of wine tasting, teach you fundamental vocabulary so you can better express yourself when speaking about wine, and offer guidelines for pairing wines with food in a stress-free, natural way. Working with the wines you already own and foods you love, Etheliya will give you the confidence to taste, buy, and pair wine like a pro.
You and Sommelier Etheliya Hananova will meet in your home (over video chat) to explore the world of wine together.
This experience can be customized to your needs and tastes and is ideal whether you are new to the wine world and want to learn the fundamentals of wine appreciation, or an avid collector looking to delve deeper into your own wine collection.Private
This Delicious Experience is not a pre-recorded video, big Zoom gathering, or the kind of online course where your eyes glaze over; it is a one-of-a-kind private experience where you and Sommelier Etheliya Hananova will spend time together tasting, swirling, learning, sharing stories, and acquiring a deeper understanding and appreciation for wines.Customizable
After booking, you will communicate directly with Sommelier Etheliya Hananova to adapt the experience to your tastes, interests, and wine collection.Virtual
Prior to your online wine class we will provide you with a Zoom link and any assistance you may need to connect to the experience from your laptop, tablet, or phone.
Connect up to 2 screens to share the experience with friends or family. Contact us for discounted rates on additional screens.
Along with her husband Chef Noam Gedalof, sommelier Etheliya Hananova owns and runs Comice, a fine-dining restaurant in the 16th arrondissement of Paris that received a Michelin star four months after it opened and was recently named one of the five places to eat at in Paris in The New York Times. The duo opened Comice, which focuses on product-driven contemporary French cuisine and a wine list centered on grower-producers, after more than 30 years working in some of the best kitchens in California, New York, Montréal and Paris.