13th Annual Wurst Roast and BIG SALE! – Super Bowl Sunday

Super Bowl Sunday, February 4th

For thirteen years now I have been hosting a party on Super Bowl Sunday. I pile lots of brats onto my smoker/grill right in the parking lot of the Wine Outlet and let them get all smoky and delicious and then I open bottles of wine. And what kind of a Wine Outlet party would it be if I didn’t put somegreat wines on sale at ridiculous prices? So there will be lots of great smokey brats, cheap wines and plenty of fun. Kids and friends are welcome and you can be home in plenty of time for the kick-off. No reservations are needed just stop by when you can (early if you want the sale wines). There is no charge.

Seattle Wine School: 2018 Winter Class Schedule

Seattle Wine School

Winter 2018

Wine Classes

  • NGS: Cabernet and Merlot – Jan. 8

  • Wines of Washington – Jan. 15

  • Introduction to Italy – Jan. 22

  • Pairing Wine with Food – Jan. 29

  • Single Malt Scotch – Feb. 5

  • Sparkling Wines of the World – Feb. 12

  • Mastering the Art of Wine Tasting: 3 parts– Feb. 19, Feb. 26, Mar. 5

  • NGS: Pinot Noir and Chardonnay – Mar. 12

  • Introduction to France – Mar. 19

  • Wine 101 – Mar. 26

 
To register for classes, click here!
Alternatively, reply to this email or give us a call at (206) 285-1129

Seattle Wine School: Pairing Wine with Food 12/4/2017

Monday, December 4th

7pm-9pm

All the practical information you’ll need to make the best decisions when pairing wines with food. You’ll learn why keying in on the components of the food and wine are more important than trying to match the flavors of each. That’s why a tart crisp white can make most seafood sing and those deliciously sweet glazed carrots can obliterate even the best high-end cabs. Richard originally created and taught this class for the student chefs at Seattle Central Community College culinary arts program.

$65

($35 Wine Club Members)

To register for classes, click here!

Alternatively, reply to this email or give us a call at (206) 285-1129

Seattle Wine School: Wines of Burgundy

Monday, November 20th

7pm-9pm

Burgundy is one of the most prestigious wine regions in the world.  Boasting more appellations than any other region in France, Burgundy is a terrior-conscious  region that classifies vineyards based on the consistency of quality of the vineyard soil and climate.  This class will cover the grapes allowed to be grown in Burgundy, the classification system (Grand Cru, Premier Cru), and the breakdown of appellations within the region.  Burgundy can be a costly region to explore by wine, so this class is a great opportunity to discover the wonderfuls wines from this region.

$65

($35 Wine Club Members)

To register for classes, click here!

Alternatively, reply to this email or give us a call at (206) 285-1129

Black Friday Sale, November 24th

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Friday November 24th.

Our Black Friday Sale! is always one of the biggest sales of the year for us.  Right up there with our Annual Pig Roast in March.

Stay tuned for information about the sale wines.  Plus, all sale wines will be available to preview starting Monday, November 20th.  Come by during the week to taste and make your Black Friday shopping even easier!  As always, Seattle Wine Club members will be able to purchase sale wines early.  If you’d like to learn more about the Seattle Wine Club, click here!

Seattle Wine School: Mastering the Art of Wine Tasting

3 Part Class:

Begins Monday, Oct. 23rd

7pm-9pm

The Class
 
If you are serious about pursuing an education in wine, Mastering the Art of Wine Tasting is the most important wine class you may take. It is a thorough grounding in the skills necessary to taste wines like a professional. There are 3 parts to the class: part one teaches the basic principals of tasting wine including how the olfactory system functions, the language of wine, identifying aromas and flavors, detecting off odors and, most importantly, how to approach a glass of wine for tasting. Part two focuses on the components of wine. The components are the basic make-up of wines and they include acid, tannin, sugar and alcohol. We will learn how to identify each component and what its function is in a wine. This information is critical to being a good wine taster. Part three is a smell lab where we will sharpen our skills for identifying aromas.

$175

($105 Wine Club Members)

To register for classes, click here!

Alternatively, you can sign up in the shop, or give us a call at 206-285-1129

Seattle Wine School: Wines of Burgundy

Monday, Oct. 23rd

7pm-9pm

The Class
 
Burgundy is one of the most prestigious wine regions in the world.  Boasting more appellations than any other region in France, Burgundy is a terrior-conscious  region that classifies vineyards based on the consistency of quality of the vineyard soil and climate.  This class will cover the grapes allowed to be grown in Burgundy, the classification system (Grand Cru, Premier Cru), and the breakdown of appellations within the region.  Burgundy can be a costly region to explore by wine, so this class is a great opportunity to discover the wonderful wines from this region.

$65

($35 Wine Club Members)

To register for classes, click here!

Alternatively, you can sign up in the shop, or give us a call at 206-285-1129

Seattle Wine School: Fall Class Schedule

Seattle Wine School

Fall 2017

Wine Classes

  • Single Malt Scotch – 10/9/17

  • Wines of Washington – 10/16/17

  • Wines of Burgundy – 10/23/17

  • Mastering the Art of Wine Tasting – 10/30/17, 11/6/17, 11/13/17

  • Dolce Vino (Sweet Wines) – 11/20/17

  • Pairing Wine with Food – 12/4/17

  • Wines of Champagne – 12/11/17

To register for classes, click here!
Alternatively, reply to this email or give us a call at (206) 285-1129

Seattle Wine School: Mastering the Art of Wine Tasting

3 part series

The Class
 
If you are serious about pursuing an education in wine, Mastering the Art of Wine Tasting is the most important wine class you may take. It is a thorough grounding in the skills necessary to taste wines like a professional. There are 3 parts to the class: part one teaches the basic principals of tasting wine including how the olfactory system functions, the language of wine, identifying aromas and flavors, detecting off odors and, most importantly, how to approach a glass of wine for tasting. Part two focuses on the components of wine. The components are the basic make-up of wines and they include acid, tannin, sugar and alcohol. We will learn how to identify each component and what its function is in a wine. This information is critical to being a good wine taster. Part three is a smell lab where we will sharpen our skills for identifying aromas.

$175

($105 Wine Club Members)

To register for classes, click here!

Alternatively, you can sign up in the shop, or give us a call at 206-285-1129

Seattle Wine School: Wine 101

Wine 101 Class

Monday, Aug. 21st

The Class

I wish I had a class like this when I was starting my career in the wine industry. Back then there were no classes available to learn the basics of wine. It took me years just to figure out how to approach this vast and complicated subject. That is why I created this class and why I believe it is so important to anyone trying to understand wine. I will break out the different areas of study and give an overview of each along with advice about how to begin your studies.