Yorkshire Wine School is situated within the beautiful Grande Arcade, with an entrance on to which leads out on to the bustling Merrion Street. We are on the second floor above Lucky Number 7, an American Irish sports bar. Our wine courses, WSET courses and evening tastings are held here.
Leeds events: Yorkshire Wine School, 7 Merrion St, Leeds, LS1 6PQ
Our evening and Saturday tastings in York are held at the stylish Hotel Du Vin at 88 The Mount (YO24 1AX), located through Micklegate and only 5 minutes walk from the central train station.
Within the beautiful setting of this 200 year old former orphange we enjoy our Saturday courses between 11 am and 4 pm, including a two-course lunch in the Hotel's very own Bistro and a glass of Champagne on arrival. Parking is available in the hotel car park behind the main building.
W also offer a range of midweek evening courses in York at Hotel du Vin, including our popular 4 week courses.
All students who book a place on any Yorkshire Wine School class or tasting can take advantage of a a very special offer from the manager of Hotel du Vin York. He is offering all YWS students a generous 20% off the total bill in the Hotel's award-winning Bistro. Click Here to download your special Yorkshire Wine School voucher.
The hustle and bustle of the historic city of York make this an excellent venue for a Saturday wine tasting; with many great places to eat, shop and stay, York is a fantastic destination for a weekend away. We hope you will enjoy one of our wine tastings as part of a special weekend in this beautiful city.
Our Wine Tastings and Courses in Sheffield are held in the beautiful private room of Sheffield Tap, nestled alongside Sheffield train station on Sheaf St (S1 2BP).
This stunning Grade 2 listed building makes a very atmospheric setting for our tastings- there is even a working microbrewery at the back of the room! We love the ethos of the pub- championing craft beers and quality local breweries as well as their own beers, brewed onsite.
The Sheffield Tap has two convenient entrances; one on Sheaf Street (very handy for tram and bus links to/from the train station) and one directly onto the platforms themselves- so perfect for anyone planning to come in to town on the train.