‘In A Glass Of His Own’. Graham Mitchell is the fourth generation in his family to toil in wine. His great grandfather, Sir Alfred Bower, established Bower and Company, wine merchants in the City of London in 1879, so you could say that wine is in his blood.
A Director of El Vino Company for 6 years, Graham Mitchell subsequently followed Sir Alfred’s example and set up his own wine business.
His passion for wine and wit have led to a regular wine slot on BBC Radio since 2002 and a reputation as one of the better after dinner speakers in the UK. Graham will take you and your guests on an amusing journey through the vineyards of the world.
A Wine Experience.
Graham Mitchell balances information and entertainment which makes it an experience with a difference, a wine experience.
“Graham is a natural. His speech was spectacular. He is an accomplished and entertaining speaker, both hilarious and informative. I knew the evening had been a huge success by the appreciative reaction of the audience.” Malcolm Beacham, Lloyd’s of London Combined Societies Dinner. This guy is a master at most things he does. And he tells stories! From Cape Town to Bordeaux and from Margaret River to Mendoza, Graham takes us on a light-hearted journey of discovery. The world of wine has a fund of good stories, and Graham Mitchell knows some of the best.
This is the inside track on the world of wine. Join Graham behind the labels to uncork the mysteries of wine. An intoxicating blend of humour, experience, anecdote and authority.
Enquiries always welcome for Graham Mitchell 0161 374 5398. Spot On Events Direct.
Recommended Read. Wine Tasting: Teach Yourself. Beverley Blanning.
Wine Tasting will help you to discover wines you enjoy, and to feel confident about your choices in every situation.
It will give you a step-by-step guide to wine appreciation and explain the facts you need to find wines that suit your taste.
It covers all the major grape varieties and wine-making styles, and offers plenty of practical information about how to buy, store and serve wine, whatever your personal preference.