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Join us for this intro to wine class to buff up your wine vocabulary and basic etiquette. Intended to be fun and interactive, everyone can be comfortable asking questions and discovering what makes different varietals unique. Some discussion of food and wine pairing, wine making techniques, and regional influence. (Consider this as a couples class, a girls-night-out, or a perfect office party to celebrate a birthday or holiday celebration.)
Oregon locals might be surprised to find out how many ways you make pinot noir taste great. From bubbly, to rose, to red wine, through dessert wines, pinot is a tasty treat. One of the most versatile grapes out there, this is a fantastic food pairing choice.
The Rhone Valley: The Rhone never seems to be as well known as Burgundy or Bordeaux, but it is the home of stunning Syrahs in the North and Grenache blends in the South. Add complex white blends and wonderful roses and it is a region worth exploring! Whether you are a wine neophyte or an experienced pro, you will enjoy exploring all that the Rhone has to offer.
Oregon has a much more diversity of grapes than most folks realize. Our hot and dry southern region allow for many warm weather varietals, which will dazzle you with the spice, depth and complexity.
Whether you’re looking to sample high-end wines in advance of purchase, or just want to delight your palate with a chance to try those typically “out of reach” wines, this is a very fun tasting. This luxury tasting will focuses on wines of North America, and a bubbly, too!
These classes can be set-up based on the needs of the group. The focused classes are Wine & Cheese, Wine & Chocolate, Summer Food & Wine Pairing, Holiday Food & Wine Pairing, or Vegetarian Food & Wine Pairing. Private groups may customize their class based on those listed above or their imagination. $
Nothing is more festive or more celebratory than bubbly wines. These little gems run from value priced to quite expensive, from dry to sweet, from tight bubbles to loose bubbles, and from all wine making regions of the world. Exceptional food pairing and alternative service ideas for bubbly lovers. $