Let’s kick it new school with some new world wine! Chile has a wine history dating back to the 16th century, but it wasn’t until the 19th century they started planting the more familiar French varietals. Come see why America fell in love with these wines.
We understand how vast and daunting the wine world can be. When looking back on our own paths, where did we even start?
Look - It's great to enjoy a glass of wine and exclaim "ohhh - that's good!" And sometimes that's enough. But trust us - taking a bit of time to learn more about wine can make the experience all the more enjoyable, and set you on much more confident and comfortable footing when selecting wines in a shop or from that intimidating restaurant wine list. And of all the things you've studied in your life, learning about wine is just plain fun - especially the tasting part!
So check out our lineup of classes for September booked every Tuesday on our calendar and reserve your seats. All classes are held in our private event space, and will include two hours of instruction, a lineup of wines to help guide you through the class, and light snacks. Seating is limited to 22 for each class, so don't delay!
Savoie is a French department in the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region in eastern France. Pronounced Sav-WAH, it is rich in history, diverse in soil types and varietals, and has a unique micro-climate. You will “take flight” through a few notable single-varietal staples from this fantastic region!