Word of Mouth

Word of Mouth a community empowered through offline connections.

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with Jaclyn Zimmerman

Sometimes meeting new people requires a point of commonality.

And after many events and a lot of chatting, Word of Mouth noticed that one such point of interest was wine.

As autumn and winter slowly crawled into 2018, it seemed the right time to pick up a new skill, learn something different, and create more opportunities to meet new people. 

And why not add wine to the mix!

Sounds good, right?

And even better, how about all this happening with the best and funniest sommelier in Berlin? Jaclyn Zimmerman (Wined-Up) is like no other sommelier, she is a great storyteller and very knowledgeable. You’re in good hands with her guidance. You’ll understand wine in a lighter and less intimidating experience.

Guaranteed you’ll walk away with:

- having had a good laugh 
- new information to tell people at your next social event
- and some new connections

Click here for details on how it all works.

And if you want to learn more about the wine and beer industry, have a read here.


Past tastings!

2019 Series

Cork or Stelvin, is one better when it comes to taste?

Cork or Stelvin, is one better when it comes to taste?

Screw Top vs Cork?

Does it really make a difference if a Stelvin or cork is used to close the wine bottle?

And what about the glass?  


Chocolate for dessert? But with which wine?

Chocolate for dessert? But with which wine?

Wine and chocolate, a match made in heaven, or not?

Guests had the opportunity to taste some of Berlin’s finest chocolate and experiment matchmaking to find a wine partner.

As always, this tasting went beyond chocolate and wine as Jaclyn shared so much more about wine.


2018 Series

Not all bubbles are created equal

Not all bubbles are created equal

Bubbles, can you tell the difference?

Is there really a difference between champagne and all the other sparkling? Yes and no. The important part is to find the one you like, and you may be surprised which one that is.

 
German wine, drink local, buy local

German wine, drink local, buy local

A Tour of Germany

France and Italy are often considered the go to countries for wine production, but this tasting session showcased how incredible German wines really are.