How to Bluff Your Way Through Wine
Seats available: 2
Tuesday 10-31-2017
5PM - 6:30PM


Why is one wine lemony and refreshing, while another is chewy and meaty? Why does one wine complement shrimp and another a juicy T-bone? These answers lie in four simple variables that determine all wine flavors. Learn these variables to understand how all wine is the same and each wine-sometimes each bottle- unique. We'll also explore wine history, wine chemistry, food pairings and practice professional tasting techniques. This class is a must for entry-level wine drinkers and a fun refresher for aficionados. Tasting includes 5 international wines and tasting noshes.
Mary Ross is an internationally-recognized wine and food professional, educator and journalist. She is the first American woman to receive the Wine Spectator's "Grand Award of Excellence" and the second American woman to receive the Court of Master Sommelier's "Advanced Sommelier" degree. Ross's lively and informative style makes her a popular speaker with the wine trade and consumers alike. The consistent testimonial from her seminars is "I never thought learning about something so complicated could be so much fun!"
You must be 21 or over to attend. Please present valid ID at the time of check-in.
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1-week cancellation policy.