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.
The days are longer, the sun is brighter and a nice rosé makes the evening a bit better. Paired with grilled chicken, salmon or salads, they’re perfect for everything from brunches to barbeques.
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.
After France and Italy, Spain is the 3rd country we typically associate with wine. With indigenous grapes like tempranillo, garnaxta, albarino and verdelho, Spain is the place for robust reds and crisp whites.
This class is a mystery…
The Piedmont region of Italy has a unique growing climate for grapes. The mixture of cool air from the Alps and warm from the Mediterranean create an area perfect for growing high end wine grapes.