Once you’ve made the decision to involve employees in a corporate team building exercise, your first order of business is WHAT will you do? Ziplining, paintball, camping, rock-climbing, and bungee cording sound exotic, but they are not for everyone. However, everyone eats and most everyone enjoys being in the kitchen—at home we know it as the go-to place for entertaining. Moreover, a cooking environment allows easy communication between parties, joined by a glass of wine or beer—which helps ease tension and increase conviviality and conversation.
At Atlanta Wine School & Vino Venue, we know how to take a group of people, separate them into teams, and have them challenge each other in the kitchen. These Cooking Challenges teach valuable lessons which spill-over into the workplace. Team members will increase camaraderie while learning to plan, organize, and launch their gourmet creations, all under the guided supervision of a Chef.
By bringing together your employees, with our culinary expertise, and marked by expert wine pairings, anything is possible! We have many formats for fun which will bring new definition to Corporate Team Building. Atlanta Wine School, with its $100,000 AWS Chef’s Kitchen, has a variety of event possibilities and does more private events with wine & food than anyone in the Southeast!
Valencia and its Culinary Heritage
by Jane Garvey
Spain’s third largest city (after Madrid and Barcelona) is Europe’s fifth busiest container port and the largest such port on the Mediterranean. Its climate is subtropical and Mediterranean, so winters are mild while summers are long and warm to hot. In addition to the viticulture of nearby Utiel-Requena, agriculture is devoted to citrus and rice. The town is both modern, thanks to the architecture of native son Santiago Calatrava, and ancient. It is a food-fancier’s paradise, from its restaurants to its indigenous dishes, and of course its seafood. more »