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Join us at Coucou for a unique wine workshop that highlights what natural wine is, tastes like, and why farming choices are valuable when deciding what to drink. The workshop will feature three to four curated wines from Jenny & Francois Selections, notable female natural wine importer and distributor. Selected wines will explore a range of wine styles, techniques and regions in France.
ABOUT THIRSTY THIRSTY:
Thirsty Thirsty hosts a series of natural wine tasting events and educational workshops featuring small scale producers working organically at minimum, and with little to no additives in the cellar. These events and workshops are driven by unique thematic explorations. Past collaborators include Café Henrie and Dimes Deli and past iterations focused on ‘summer’, ‘skin contact’, and ‘flora’.
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A community for lovers of all things French.
Coucou Brooklyn is a French language school based on intimate, culturally savvy, native-taught French classes. We’re also a community, allowing students to meet and converse with fellow francophiles over a cup of coffee, browse our library, attend film screenings,...
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If you've been looking to learn more about wine, look no further! We’ll begin with learning how to taste wine in proper fashion and then delve into the individual varieties. We’ll discuss prominent characteristics, a little history, build your wine vocabulary and basic wine appreciation tips. My goal is to help you learn what you...
Sat, Jan 30
4:00pm - 5:30pm Eastern Time
Sat, Feb 6
6:00pm - 7:30pm Eastern Time
Sat, Feb 13
6:00pm - 7:30pm Eastern Time
Sat, Feb 20
6:00pm - 7:30pm Eastern Time
Sat, Feb 27
6:00pm - 7:30pm Eastern Time
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Saturday Jan 30th, 4pm - 5:30pm Eastern Time
Maybe you've been curious about what all the buzz is about. Perhaps you like rosé, but want to educate your palate. Or maybe you just like learning in a fun, relaxed, environment with like minded people. Well, spring has sprung and that signals the release of the new rosé vintages. This is the perfect time of year to delve into the world of rosé...
Saturday Feb 20th, 4pm - 5pm Eastern Time
Without question, Italy provides a staggering percentage of the world's most distinctive and interesting wines. In addition, the sheer breadth of styles they produce is equally impressive. From the steely, minerally whites of the Tre Venezie and Val d'Aosta to the dark, powerful reds of Sicily and Campania, this country is a formidable force in...
Saturday Jan 23rd, 6pm - 7pm Eastern Time(3 sessions)
You could sample a new Spanish wine every night of the year and still not experience all the variety that this country produces. Each region has their own specialty. Rioja creates smoky, earthy, subtle reds with the Tempranillo grape, while the Priorat region makes rich, dense, powerful reds from the Garnacha variety. The Ribera del Duero also employs...
Friday Feb 19th, 7pm - 8pm Eastern Time(3 sessions)
Aside from the mundane name, our Wine 101 is one of the best classes we offer, and one of my favorite to teach. Yes, we talk fundamentals, but more than just a rote review of grapes and regions, our goal is to make wine your friend. In this class, you'll become familiar with what you like, but also why you like it. ...
Wednesday Feb 24th, 7:30pm - 8:30pm Eastern Time(3 sessions)
French wines ooze intimidation; the language, no grape listed anywhere in sight, countless vineyards and producers, and all this at often exorbitant prices. Yet even in the face of these apparent obstacles, France is worthy of our attention. Why? Simply because they still continue to create so many of the world’s most intriguing, exotic, and individualistic...
Thursday Mar 11th, 7:30pm - 8:30pm Eastern Time(3 sessions)
Get answers to all of the questions you have been afraid to ask and learn the basics of wine, from how it's made, decoding wine labels, how to taste & talk about wine, important grapes and styles, how to buy wine, storage, service and food pairing. The tasting of 6 wines will focus on the structure of wine, various styles and main grape varieties. ...
Sunday Jan 24th, 2pm - 4pm Pacific Time
Learn how to design your wine program for sales and profit. Every restaurant’s needs are different. We’ll explore the decisions involved to meet your sales and service goals while maintaining your concept or niche identity. We’ll also discuss size, scope, structure, selection and pricing for by the glass and bottle programs as well as corkage...
Monday Jan 25th, 10am - 1pm Pacific Time
The world of wine is vast and it’s impossible to learn everything about it. However, if you know the four major grapes of the world and the regions that produce the best of them, you will always find a delicious bottle of wine suitable for any occasion. In this class, the focus will be on Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and...
Monday Jan 25th, 7pm - 8pm Eastern Time
By far, my favorite class of the year. We’ll pour eight wines. Some from islands. Some from volcanoes. Some from volcanoes on islands. We’ll talk about why these wines are unique, what sets them apart, and how to track them down. Islands are a special habitat for growing grapes. When the vineyards hug the coast, the grapes soak up the sun...
Friday Jan 29th, 7pm - 8pm Eastern Time(3 sessions)
France is one of the world's major wine-producing nations. In fact, their national Appellation d'Origine Controlee system is the basis for most wine labeling laws around the world and many of their grapes are grown throughout the world. In this course, you will learn the cool climates, grapes and wine styles of northern France. We'll explore...
Tuesday Jan 26th, 6pm - 9pm Pacific Time
Learn to tune up your senses as you identify specific smells and tastes of various fruit, spice, herb and other elements as you blindly identify them in 12 carefully controlled sample wines. This is a far more effective approach than commercially available wine aroma kits made with essential oils that are not consumable or in a wine solution....
Wednesday Jan 27th, 6pm - 8:30pm Pacific Time
Blind Taste Smarter Advanced Online Tasting Course: Global White Wine Regions This course is designed for the Level 3 graduate or student who has experience blind tasting, knows the world of wine pretty well, and can write an accurate tasting note with ease. This is the next phase to mastering blind tasting: knowing your regions and recognizing...
Thursday Jan 28th, 5pm - 7pm Pacific Time(7 sessions)
Is it a white Burgundy? If so, what village? Is it from the Loire? Or is it a New World look alike (can you pick out the New World wine?) In this class we will be deep diving in to the nuances and differences to help you gain accuracy.
Thursday Jan 28th, 5pm - 7pm Pacific Time
Join us in unravelling the mysteries of the EU labelling scheme and compare it with wine from the rest of the world. We will look for global wine patterns touring the world in a glass. Take in the highlights of France, Italy, and Spain, plus various New World regions. The tasting of 5-7 wines will focus on New World vs Old World and examples from various...
Sunday Jan 31st, 2pm - 4pm Pacific Time
In this workshop you will gain a solid understanding of French wine. You’ll discover how French wines are made, how to differentiate between good and bad wine, and how to pair wine with food. This workshop is perfect for you if you want to increase your knowledge of French wine, find the best wine according to your budget, and impress your guests...
Friday Feb 26th, 5:30pm - 7pm Eastern Time
Continue enhancing your French wine knowledge. Journey with us in the classroom as we leave last week's cool climate wines of the north for this week's warm climate wines of the south. Study and taste the French wines that are often imitated but never duplicated. In this course, you will learn the warm climates, grapes and wine styles of southern...
Tuesday Feb 2nd, 6pm - 9pm Pacific Time
In this workshop, our Industry Leading Instructors help students learn and practice flaw identification using the Society of Wine Educators’ Faults and Imbalances Exam with the same samples and ratios presented for the Certified Wine Educator level. Master Glancy will also teach students exam preparation and test-taking strategies to help students...
Wednesday Feb 3rd, 6pm - 8:30pm Pacific Time
The goal of this course is to refresh and deepen the tasting skills you gained with WSET Level 2 empowering you with more skills giving you greater confidence over tasting and describing wines. Includes certificate of completion if you take all classes. This course can also be taken as a Level 3 prep course, to polish your tasting chops so you are...
Wednesday Feb 3rd, 6pm - 9pm Pacific Time
Are you familiar with blind tasting wines from the Rhone? How about the difference between a white Bordeaux, Rueda, Loire, or Napa? In this class we will improve your tasting radius.
Thursday Feb 4th, 5pm - 7pm Pacific Time
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