Classes

**Sorry, but No discounts to Explorers Club or Living Social Vouchers may be applied to these classes.

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Grapes, Viticulture and Winemaking   January 4th

We will learn a glossary of important wine terms, discuss the major international grape varieties as well as the basics of viticulture and winemaking.

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A Tour of Spain   January 11th

Spain’s wine history is the oldest in Europe and its wine regions reveal a wealth of indigenous grapes far beyond the famous Tempranillo. Explore Spain’s dynamic and exciting wine scene.  

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A Survey of Italy   January 18th

Italy is one of the world’s greatest wine regions with an unbelievable treasure trove of terrific indigenous grape varieties. We will cover all 19 wine regions and taste 8 delicious wines made from native grapes.

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A Tour of France   January 25th

France is the touchstone for fine wine, the benchmark by which quality wine is judged. We will de-mystify and explain all their major regions including Bordeaux, Burgundy, Champagne, Alsace and the Rhône Valley.

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February 1st – No Class, Superbowl

 

New World Wines (U.S., Australia, Canada, Argentina, Chile, South Africa, New Zealand)         February 8th

If Europe is called the “old world” then this class covers everything else including the U.S., Canada, Mexico, Argentina, Chile, Uruguay, India, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, and China. Whew!

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Wine/Food Pairing, Germany/Austria   February 15th

Germany and Austria make some of the planet’s finest wines but few are aware of this. This class will definitely change your perception of these wines. The second half of the class focuses on food and wine pairing with a handout detailing Arnie’s Rules of Food and Wine Pairing.

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