Spanish Wines IN SPANISH! with Marjorie Redondo | Boston Wine School @ Roslindale
May 15 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm$69.00
Una de las cosas mas fascinantes acerca del vino es que siempre hay algo nuevo por descrubrir.
El tema del vino podria parecer un tema dificil, pero en verdad esta al alcance de todos y los fundamentos pueden aprenderse en cuestion de unas pocas horas placenteras.
Aprenderan y practicaran nuestro sistema de cata de vino las Siete S para enfocar los fundamentos del espectro del vino.
Lista de degustación (tentativa)
Cava | Rueda / Verdejo | Rias Baixas / Albariño | Garnacha | Tempranillo | Rioja
One of the fascinating things about wine is that there is always something new to discover. The subject of wine might seem a difficult subject, but in truth, it is within everyone’s reach and the fundamentals can be learned in a matter of a few pleasant hours.
You will learn and practice our Seven S wine tasting system to focus on the fundamentals of the wine spectrum.
Tune up your wine vocabulary the easy way with one great night of tasting and talking about the wines of Spain in Spanish. This class will taste 6+ Spanish wines, from classic sparkling Cava to the “new white” Albariño and a tasty trio of profound Spanish reds. With bread, cheese, olives, jamon & more, you’re sure to have plenty to talk about.
This class is for Spanish wine & culture enthusiasts of every kind, even if you speak only a little of the language.
Marjorie Redondo, BWSEd / FWS / WSET, is Assistant Manager at Solera A Shrine to Wine
YOUR HOST VENUE
Solera – A Shrine to Wine is a neighborhood specialty wine store nestled in the heart of Roslindale Square (Boston). The store, now in its 18th year is warmly decorated in green and deep purple resembling the colors of the grapes and filled with rack after rack of “offbeat wines”, pretty much everything a modern wine geek seeks out and loves, at more than reasonable prices. Indeed, with nearly 500 bottle selections from across the globe, unlike the monster chain stores and supermarkets, Solera takes a back seat to none and offers a stellar sampling of the world’s best and some unusual vineyards with average prices from 10 to 20 dollars or more, if your budget allows. Since wine education, and customer service are vital to our business, individual attention to the customer is the reason why the press has designated the Solera staff as “well versed grape-talkers”. When you want to smarten up on your wine there is no better place to do just that than in this little gem of a store, where wine is constantly being discussed with purpose and a smile!