Wine Price vs. Quality: Tasting the Difference | Boston Wine School @ Brookline Adult Ed
March 7 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm$69.00
Is there a direct relationship between wine quality and price?
QPR stands for “Quality Price Ratio” which means how good a wine tastes versus how much it costs, the main equation that’s on every wine lover’s mind.
The Boston Wine School brings this fun, interactive, snob-free class to Brookline, where people will sample an array of “blinded” wines at different (undisclosed) price points.
During this 2 hour class, you will learn basic wine tasting skills and how to describe the different personalities of these wines. Appetizers and an assortment of cheeses will be served during class to introduce some of the fundamentals of pairing wine and food.
Jonathon Alsop is founder and executive director of the Boston Wine School and author of The Wine Lover’s Devotional: 365 Days of Knowledge, Advice & Lore for the Ardent Aficionado published by Quarry Books. Jonathon started life as a wine writer covering wine, food and travel in 1988. He is author of the long-running wine column In Vino Veritas by Jonathon Alsop as well as many articles for the Associated Press, Frequent Flyer, La Vie Claire, Beverage Business Magazine, Mobil Travel Guides, Fodor’s Travel Guides, Boston Globe, and many others. He founded the Boston Wine School in 2000 where he teaches wine and food classes.
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Brookline High School is a four-year public high school in the town of Brookline, Massachusetts. Brookline High School has received the Gold Medal for Best High Schools from U.S. News & World Report