Wine Bar Shows They Are Too Cool For School When It Comes To Coverage

by Laura Berry

Thursday, December 2nd, 2010

Divino EEN It’s top of the PR Scotland Class for Divino Enoteca with coverage in Edinburgh Evening News. 

A series of wine classes offered by Edinburgh’s premium Italian wine and antipasti bar, have been promoted as the perfect Christmas gift for wine lovers in the capital in a gift guide in the Edinburgh Evening News’ Christmas supplement.

Allowing anyone from beginners to enthusiasts to brush up their wine knowledge and deepen their skills base, the courses will run fortnightly at the venue in the heart of the Old Town.

The wine lessons fit perfectly with the Divino philosophy of sharing owner Tony Crolla and head somellier Sebastiano Ingaliso passion for and knowledge of wine. 

The classes are run jointly by Divino Enoteca and Case Studies Wine School.  

The Buon Vino social club runs every other Wednesday where wine lovers can learn the basic’s of wine tasting and are introduced to a different set of wines each week. A second Mondovino course runs once monthly and provides a more extensive look at wines – perfect for wine enthusiasts keen to learn all there is to know from the grape to the glass. 

More details about any of the courses offered can be found at www.divinoedinburgh.co.uk or on 0131 225 1770.

The article was secured for Divino Enoteca as part of a sustained PR campaign carried out by the Holyrood Partnership.

 

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