This special class focuses only on the wines of Champagne
France is the most important wine country in the world. Not because it produces the best wines, that’s arguable, but because it produces the standard versions by which virtually every major type of wine is judged.
With the possible exception of grappa no distilled spirit appeals to wine drinkers as much as Single Malt Scotch Whisky.
With its hundreds of years of winemaking history, 20 unique winegrowing regions and with over 800 wine grape varieties, Italy is an educational adventure from grape to glass.
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.
Tip back a glass of Champagne, Prosecco, Cava, and a few other surprise sparkling wines, while learning how they’re made and what makes each one different from the next.
With over 7,000 chateaux, the Bordeaux region is vast. And the top wines – the Grand Cru Classés – often sell for hundreds of dollars a bottle.
The days are longer, the sun is brighter and a nice rosé makes the evening a bit better.
This class will put the wines of WA state in perspective for you.
Burgundy is one of the most famous wine regions in the entire world. So famous in fact, we typically associate the word Burgundy with the wine, and not the region from which it comes.
I wish I had a class like this when I was starting my career in the wine industry.