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WINE

(PARTICIPANTS MUST BE 21 YEARS OF AGE AND BE PREPARED TO SHOW ID)

Please note: Each class will conclude each class with a tasting and discussion of each wine. Our discussions will include the styles, appellations, climates, food pairings, better producers, and much more. Each class will conclude with a wine tasting.


Austrian wines

Austria produces mostly dry white wines but also interesting reds from both local and international varieties. Many Austrian wines have German roots, like Traminer and Blaufrankisch.

Cost:$65

NCHOS-CS001-01
Dates Sessions Day Time Instructor
Mar 11 1 W 6:30-8:30pm Bruce Smith

 


wines from paso robles

Paso Robles is halfway between San Francisco and Los Angeles with a small-town charm on California’s Central Coast. In this region, there are more than 200 wineries. The region’s specialties are Zins and Rhone varieties, and a variety of whites can be found as well.

Cost:$65

NCHOS-CS001-02
Dates Sessions Day Time Instructor
Mar 18 1 W 6:30-8:30pm Bruce Smith

if you like this, try that

Many people like a certain varietal, but are afraid to try another that is similar. They are comfortable with their choice and do not like a disappointment. During this course, you will compare two different wines that have similar characteristics. Is a Dolcetto similar to Cabernet Franc? Different? Gewurztraminer vs Torrontes? Will the same foods be compatible with each?

Cost:$65

NCHOS-CS001-03
Dates Sessions Day Time Instructor
Mar 25 1 W 6:30-8:30pm Bruce Smith

wines of languedoc and rousillion

These two French appellations are a large and expansive along the Mediterranean cost from Spain to Provence. This area produces a wide range of white and red wines, each offering excellent value and pricing.

Cost:$65

NCHOS-CS001-03
Dates Sessions Day Time Instructor
Apr 1 1 W 6:30-8:30pm Bruce Smith


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