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Learn the art technique of the masters, while sipping wine in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. This still life pencil drawing class includes art materials, a sparkling wine toast, and two glasses of wine throughout the class. No art or wine experience necessary, just come ready to have fun.
Malbec is a fascinating (and delicious) grape that’s made its way from its birthplace in France all the way to Chile. We’ll taste a selection of six Malbecs from around the world, and talk about how to recognize this grape when you taste it, and what to look for in a great Malbec. You’ll get:Tasting-size pours of 6 or 7 wines or spiritsSmall
Brush up on wine basics in this fun, tasting-based class. We'll cover the basics of wine terminology, and show you how to pick out aromas and describe what you taste and smell. You’ll get:Tasting-size pours of 6 or 7 wines or spiritsSmall bites like crackers, cheese, fruit, and nuts as palate cleansersAlessi Grissini Torinesi BreadsticksVoss Arte
There’s a chill in the air, and leaves are changing colors. That means it’s time for fall wines! In this class, we’ll taste a selection of six wines that are great for fall’s cooler weather and heartier foods.You’ll get:Tasting-size pours of 6 or 7 wines or spiritsSmall bites like crackers, cheese, fruit, and nuts as palate cleansersAless
Join us on this fabulous wine "literature lesson" and take your literature home after enjoying a walk-around, social wine event featuring 20-24 wines that pertain to your litearture theme! Pouring professionals will explain each wine as they pour, and you will learn about regions & countries as you sip. Complimentary cheeses and small bites wil
Brewers make wort. Yeast make beer. Our yeast class and accompanying tasting will delve deeply into the world of everyone’s favorite microorganism. The yeast lecture will cover:A history of yeast as it pertains to brewing and home brewers.Yeast Nutrition, growth and chemical pathways that effect home brewers.How to choose and maintain a happy yea
Join us each week for our Tuesday Exceptional Spirits Tastings. Roger Dagorn, Master Sommelier, of One Five Hospitality will present a different distillery each week and offer tasting notes and conversation.
Demystify the vocabulary of taste (what does "umami" mean anyways??) with this in-depth look at describing flavors. Using cheese as our basis (obviously), we'll taste and discuss a variety of foods with an aim towards understanding flavor profiles and descriptions. Our resident cheese-ager and assistant GM, Eric, will lead you the taste journey. Bu
Comedian Curt Upton joins CWV’s own David Hunter for a hilarious take on the traditional wine tasting class. Curt’s improvisational humor highlights David’s extensive wine knowledge, and makes learning about wine even more fun. Join us to taste wine, learn, and laugh!
There’s so much to know about the wide and exciting world of California wine! Join us for this whirlwind tour of our favorite Cali regions and we’ll show you why California is King!
We’re holding a very special tasting of some of our rare cellar-aged Burgundy wines. We’ll take you on a tour of our extensive underground wine storage facility, and show you some of the hidden secrets of The Vault. Then we’ll taste some incredible wines with cheese and charcuterie pairings for a truly unforgettable evening. You’ll get:Tast
We’re holding a very special tasting of some of our rare cellar-aged Tuscan wines. We’ll take you on a tour of our extensive underground wine storage facility, and show you some of the hidden secrets of The Vault. Then we’ll taste some incredible wines with cheese and charcuterie pairings for a truly unforgettable evening. You’ll get:Tastin
The Artful Bachelorette has quickly captivated New York, with a winning combination of drinks, drawing and a gorgeous nude male model. And now they have partnered with Chelsea Wine Vault to provide an elevated experience, with four glasses of carefully curated wine in the Vault’s very attractive tasting room. They say the better the wine, the bet
The class will explore numerous regions of the world as well as briefly discuss how grapes grow and how wine is made. The Wine 101 class promises, at a minimum, you will taste a dozen unique wines, sample artisanal cheeses from Murray's Cheese, and leave with a keen sense of what makes wines different along with a better understanding of not only
Speaker: Harriet Lembeck, Wine Educator, President of Wine & Spirits Program.1985 was rated a 5 star vintage by Michael Broadbent. 1986 was rated A 4 Star Vintage by Michael Broadbent.
Join us in tasting 12 superb wines including 1986 Chateau Latour (96 WS), 1985 Chateau La Mission Haut Brion (92 RP), 1985 Chateau Pichon Lalande (96WS), 1985 Ch
Students are taught how to gather sensory data using visual, aroma, and flavor cues to make supportable deductions about the contents of their glasses. This 16-week course is a detailed analysis of wine using American Sommelier’s methodology of interpretation. Blind Tasting is the synthesis of empirical data gathering and the student’s theore
Pinot Noir makes some of the finest wines in the world, from its birthplace in Burgundy to new-world vineyards in South Africa and Oregon. Learn how climate and soil can affect the grape and what winemaking techniques are employed to create one of the most beguiling wines around. We’ll taste a range of styles that showcase this versatile grape. Y
Taste the best red and white wines from our favorite boot-shaped country. This class will demystify the exciting and diverse world of Italian wines. Come sip some of Italy’s best-known wine varieties, as well as some of its obscure and esoteric offerings. You’ll get:Tasting-size pours of 6 or 7 wines or spiritsSmall bites like crackers, cheese,
Some of the best wines in the world are being made in Washington and Oregon. Have you tried them yet? Classic European cool-weather grapes like Pinot Noir, Cabernet Sauvignon, Riesling, and Chardonnay thrive in the river valleys of these states. Join us to taste and talk about wines of the Pacific Northwest, and we’ll cover the effect of climate
Wine and food: two great tastes that go great together. But if you’re new to wine, pairing it with food can be intimidating. In this class, we’ll teach you the basic rules of food pairing, and when to break those rules. You’ll get:Tasting-size pours of 6 or 7 wines or spiritsSmall bites like crackers, cheese, fruit, and nuts as palate cleanse
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