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You'll experience the culinary sights, smells and tastes of Italy via your wine glass and plate. By the end of the evening, someone will know their Chianti from Chianti Classico!
Learning about wine is important because while we learn about wine, we also learn about ourselves and each other. How to Taste Wine and Why! is an ideal class for wine lovers at almost all levels.
Even if you think you don't know anything about Italian wine, you've heard of Chianti. It's the most widely-known and (today at least) well-respected Italian wine around the world.
One of the great things about religion is that you can see in it whatever you want to see, and I see that Jesus was a foodie and a wine lover too! Throughout the books of the Bible, there are relentless references to food and wine, from Noah’s vineyard on down.
Get yourself ready for a broad range of Tuscan wines, from crisp whites to gutsy bold reds. This class is going to experience the whole geography of what Tuscany has to offer.
In this 2-hour class, we'll embark on a wine-tasting tour of Tuscany that will help you get familiar with the personalities and flavors of wine from this always delightful region.
Sat + Sun, April 28 + 29, 10am - 3pm
Level 1 is an introductory course that assumes some exposure to wine but little or no formal wine knowledge. Appropriate for both consumers and professionals in any wine, food, hospitality and service industries.
Join us for a the ultimate in virtual wine tourism: a wine and food tour of Tuscany without ever leaving the Boston Wine School! Get yourself ready for a broad range of Tuscan wines, from crisp whites to gutsy bold reds.
This class is a unique combination of wine tasting and language that will introduce you to Italian wine words as you might hear in Italy, and here in the US, as you often see represented on Italian wine labels.
Join us for a the ultimate in virtual wine tourism: a wine and food tour of Tuscany without ever leaving the Boston Wine School!
Sat + Sun, Sept 29 + 30, 10am – 3pm
The emphasis in Level 1 is on providing an overview of wine and wine tasting, plus an introduction to wine and food pairing concepts. Students learn technical wine tasting, the major wine grapes, and the elements of wine style.
Sat + Sun, Nov 17 + 18, 10am – 3pm
Appropriate for both consumer enthusiasts and professionals in all wine, food, hospitality and service industries. Students learn technical wine tasting, major wine grapes, wine and food pairing, and fundamentals of wine style.