Welcome to Pain du Vin

Dutch wine tasting with Ingrid Pendavingh

“Sans pain ni Vin, l’amour n’est rien”

As they say in French; “without bread and wine, there isn’t love!”

I am Ingrid Pendavingh. I live in Amsterdam and as a descendant of the Huguenots, I inherited a beautiful last name that translates to “Bread and Wine / Pain du Vin”. This meaning runs like a red thread through my life.

After an education with the hotel school, I worked for years in top hotels and restaurants locations, such as the Krasnapolsky, The Grand and Duin and Kruidberg. My love for this subject encouraged me to deepen my knowledge in the areas of gastronomy and wine. My wanderlust character has enriched me, but also ensured that I indentify more and more with our own gastronomical culture…

A tasting journey of Dutch wines 

Pain du Vin organizes wine tastings from Dutch wines in a historical canal house on the Leliegracht, located in the heart of Amsterdam.

It doesn’t matter whether you know a lot or a little about wine. We’ll share information together in a cozy atmosphere. Along with tasting the wines, I’ll tell you about the Dutch wine industry. With a little more knowledge about wine, a whole new world will open up for you. The groups are small so that all requests and questions can be answered directly.

To ensure your spot, you can only sign up via the website. Once you’ve made your payment, you’ll receive a confirmation in your e-mail box. I look forward to hosting you at my wine tasting.

A standard tasting of one and half hours includes four glasses of wine and costs € 32,50. Would you also like to include some traditional appetizers, than the cost is € 37,50.

If your group is larger than 12 people, please contact us via the form below.

Would you like to have the tasting at another location or at home, or if you have any other questions, please send them via the contact form below.

Wine tasting with appetizers

For any questions, please fill in the contact form below and I will get back to you as soon as possible.

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