Chef Bruce's Food & Wine Pairing Seminar
The most effective Food & Wine Pairing seminar offered today. Designed for both expert and novice, Bruce’s unique approach to Food & Wine Pairing will surprise and delight your guests, giving them a new understanding of the true versatility of wine and how they can successfully pair food and wine at home. Bruce has taught in California, New York, Boston, Italy and throughout Canada.
Bruce Riezenman empowers his audience
through an interactive Food & Wine
Pairing seminar to know how and
when to trust their own instincts,
when to reach a consensus, and
the value of understanding the “full
making critical decisions. Appropriate
for groups up to 250, 45 minutes
- 1 hour in duration. The simplified
seminar [1 taste] can be taught
in 20-30 minutes.
Brief Description of Seminar:
- Introduction and overview of the basics of Food & Wine Pairing
- 4 wines served: tasting and discussion of wines, origin, flavors and tastes
- 2 deconstructed dishes specifically paired with the wines offered. (large portions, enough to compensate for reception or 1st course). Each is a guided tasting and will take approximately 15-20 minutes, during which the guests learn a unique and very approachable method of food and wine pairing.
- Motivational segment: utilizing the excitement of their recent successes and understanding of the principles of Food & Wine Pairing, Bruce draws analogies between the pairing exercises and management skills, giving the attendees a new appreciation for their own abilities, the opinions of others and the value of proper research and knowledge.
Food & Wine Pairing Seminars (previous):
Salone del Gusto (Turin, Italy)
Boston Wine Expo
Great Cooks at 8 (Toronto)
Ebell Theatre (Los Angeles)
DeGustibus at Macy’s
ISES Northern California (Santa Rosa)
Advanced Wine Pairing for the Industry (E&J Gallo)
Hugh Carpenter’s “Camp Culinary”
Upcoming Seminars & Dinners:
The El Paso Club, El Paso Texas): September 2007
The Torch Club (NYU): October 2007
The Moscone Center (National Electrical Contractors Association [NECA]) October 2007
The James Beard House (NYC): October 2007