With international flights grounded and travel plans on hold, wanderlust travellers are looking for new, creative ways to experience the world from the comforts of home. To help Canadians explore in new ways, and in celebration of International Wine Day on May 25th, Emirates is inviting travellers to experience the flavours of the world at home.
Emirates is well known for its esteemed sommeliers and extensive on-board wine selection. In fact, Emirates’ wine cellar, located in France, is the largest of any airline boasting a storage capacity of 7.4 million bottles of wine, some of which won’t be ready for serving until 2037.
Now, Canadians have the opportunity to learn from Emirates’ global team of sommeliers and chefs. Through guided tutorials, wine lovers can discover some of the world’s most exquisite wines, wine-producing regions and master the art of food pairings:
Become a wine connoisseur – Visit the Emirates Wine Channel for engaging tutorials from Emirates sommeliers. Both provide a behind-the-scenes look at how Emirates curates its selection of wines along with educational information about the company’s investment in world-class vineyards in France, Germany, the USA, South Africa and New Zealand.
Find the perfect pairing – Whether you prefer a crisp, citrusy white or a full-bodied red, learn more about selecting the perfect wine to compliment the flavours in your meal. With over 110 million meals from over 12,450 different recipes served onboard, each regionally-tailored to the travellers destination, Emirates has a vast knowledge of cultural cuisine. Try out renowned recipes at home on the Emirates Food Channel and on YouTube.