Corporate Wine Tasting Events

Tim Hall, Scala Director: UK CHAMPAGNE AMBASSADOR 2013-14


Thank you for visiting Scalawine.

We are a leading supplier of corporate wine tastings and expert insider wine trips to Champagne, Bordeaux and Port.

Businesses need to market themselves, more so in a recession. Part of that is getting to know clients on a personal basis, away from the immediate pressure of doing business. Corporate wine events are a brilliant way to achieve that.

Fine wine is a perfect choice for corporate wine events, a symbol of well-being, good taste and conviviality. There is no better touchstone of what your business is about than networking with the quality, allure and international reference of fine wine.

This website will help you visualise, plan and organise successful wine events – you will do more business and open more doors. Scala School of Wine has three strengths in the corporate event market:

  • Know-how Our experience and success since 1995 means we know what works.
  • Communication We have been called the ‘best communicator on the wine circuit.’  (The Observer)
  • Value We ensure the key guests attend your event.. Wine events are close to home and exclusive to your clients.

Please look around the site; there’s plenty of advice about how to put on the best wine events. Find out who we are and who our clients are. And Contact Us to talk about what you have in mind. If you would like to talk now, phone us on 020 7281 3040 and we'd be delighted to help.



Corporate Wine Events News

Bribery Act: Champagne? What's The Bribery Act got to do with fine wine?  Well, some think the latter might entail the former. Should corporate event planners beware? Read More...

Private Wine Event News

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You want a wine tasting in your home?  We'll bring the food too.  Phone us and then phone your friends.  Read More...

Wine Travel News

Scala's Feat in PortScala is proud to annouce we have added Port to our wine tour destinations. Read More...

Scala.......the best communicator on the wine circuit.

The Observer

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Champagne Vintage 2015 - Moët's 15 Minutes Note: What follows is my interview with Benoît Gouez, Chef de Caves, Moët et Chandon, on September 11th this year. In a sense, he has the most powerful wine job in Champagne.

I was exclusively invited, to the reception lab at Moët with the harvest 2015 in full swing, the only journalist this year to visit Moët’s ‘mission control’.  Imagine a vast room of lab benches and analytical hardware, sample bottles, pipettes, logbooks and laptops, humming with the quiet work of a small army of interns, oenology student ‘stagiaires’ in high viz jackets and white coats, given a dream placement for their future student CVs.  What follows is a verbatim recording of the tour with Benoît speaking.  All I have removed are my interruptions to ask questions Read More

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The Bees Knees from Chouilly: Champagne Lenoble As we sat to begin a remarkable champagne lunch at London’s 2*Michelin Le Gavroche last week, a goody bag for each guest was already on the table. Inside was a jar of honey from Champagne Lenoble’s ‘Le Vallon’ vineyard in Chouilly. At least something with tea and toast if I feel peckish later I thought. And then I realised how apposite the gift was. Read More

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Champagne Ruinart - A Profile Ruinart is the oldest champagne house, founded 1729, a tenet of champagne lore.  In 1728 Louis XV let champagne be transported in bottle as well as barrel and this meant sparkling champagne could be sold to the elite classes of Paris and beyond France by a growing class of merchant houses in Reims and Epernay.  Read More

 Wine Travel

Champagne, Bordeaux, or Port and the Douro Valley.....Scala's flexible wine trips give you a private welcome and insight into top estates impossible to match in the usual tourist world.


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