Sip with Pip is the perfect way to learn to drink wine like a pro
(or at least help you fake it till you make it!)

Whether you're intimidated by a wine list, overcome by choice in the supermarket, are looking for the best deals or simply want to impress your pals, Sip with Pip can provide a tailored evening to suit your needs.

Sip with Pip offers the opportunity to learn about wines from around the world in the comfort of your own home. Drinking wine should be relaxing and delicious, so get a group of friends together and learn how to sniff, swirl and sip in an informal setting.


Tasting themes

An intro to wine

- Introduction to whites & reds
- Champagne & sparkling wines
- Grape varieties
- Old World vs New World

Suit your supper

- Italian wines and pizza
- Spanish wines and tapas
- Reds with your roast
* Food not included

Party Sessions

Whether you have a hen do or a birthday coming up, Sip with Pip can offer party packages for a fun way to drink (and learn)!


If you're a little more advanced or just feeling adventurous, get in touch and we can create a fully tailored package just for you, to suit your palate and your purse.


Prices start from £20 per person (for groups of 8 or more)
For bespoke package pricing is on request

So get in touch, we can't wait to hear from you.

About Pip

I have worked in the wine trade for seven years; but enjoyed drinking wine for many more than that. I started at Majestic Wines; shifting boxes; then doing vintages, actually making wine in various beautiful locations across the globe and most recently at a fine wine merchant in London.

I've done a fair bit of tasting along the way and reckon that with a little bit of learning and 'tasting' wine is fully accessible to all and you can certainly have some fun with it!

I have recently passed my WSET (wine and spirits) diploma and with my friends wanting to know more about wine, and what to drink I thought wine evenings might just appeal to a wider audience. Putting my knowledge to use in a sociable setting is the simple idea behind Sip with Pip.