More Wine: Beyond an Introduction

“More Wine” offers an expanded and more detailed look into the World of Wine. This class will be offered once a year in a 2-day intensive program.  Each day will focus on a number of different grape varieties, comparing and contrasting styles from growing regions in both the Old and New Worlds, wine making techniques, and the idea of terrior and what it truly means.  For each style students will learn more about the influencing factors of the region.  Through lecture and tastings, students will develop a more profound understanding of the impact of climate, soil, and geography on a varietal’s expression in the glass.

At the end of day 2 an exam will be administered in order to determine each Students retention and knowledge.

Who Should take this Class?

  • Any Person with some wine knowledge, looking to be more informed, whether as an industry professional or just a curious wine lover.

  • Any Person looking for a more structured wine learning environment.

  • Any Person who has taken Wine 101 and is craving more knowledge.

Upon Completion you will..

  • Have an understanding of how the vineyard environment impacts the resulting wine.. “Terrior”

  • Understand the idea of “Old World” and “New World” wines.

  • Be comfortable with different grape varietals and how they present themselves around the world.

  • Be able to have a more profound understanding of how a wine label works.

  • Have an understanding of how grapes are grown and the winemaking process.

  • Have confidence in wine tasting and analysis

There are no classes scheduled at this time, please contact us if you are interested in enrolling in a future class.

REGISTRATION DEADLINE: N/A

Tuition

$350 per person

Advance registration required.

Classes are subject to cancellation if minimum enrollment is not met.

Your place in class is not guaranteed until we have received payment (either a deposit or tuition in full).

Tuition is non-refundable.  By registering online you are agreeing to all terms & conditions of enrollment.