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Wine Taste Talk brings people together with wine as the central theme.

We taste and talk about wines in all settings in a relaxed yet informative way. There is no wine jargon here, just an understanding that a little knowledge can go a long way in helping you enjoy your wine experience more. We provide the perfect mix of information, tasting, experiencing wine and socialising.

We conduct wine education classes and wine events for corporate or social groups. Our events can be as informative or casual as you would like and are tailored to meet your needs.

Wine Taste Talk can represent your wine and brand at food and wine dinners, festivals, exhibitions, trade tastings, expos or any event where you would like to have a presence.

Wine Taste Talk – it’s that simple.


Classes for all levels of wine lovers — relaxed, friendly, informative.


A wine event to impress — for your next conference, team building, client entertainment or team reward.


Love to have fun with a glass of wine in hand? For a social event that won’t be forgotten, we can tailor a unique celebration.


Virginia Jacobs is a wine educator who has shared the joys of wine with keen amateurs and budding professionals for many years. With a Masters of Wine Technology and Viticulture from Melbourne University, and more than a few tastings under her belt, Virginia will guide you in appreciating the wonders of wine.

“Sharing the wine experience with others, and watching as a new-found understanding opens up their enjoyment of wine, is truly rewarding”.

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