Pacific Northwest wine school for professionals and enthusiasts
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The Wine & Spirit Archive
Wednesdays, February 6, 13 and 20, 2019, 6:30-8:30pm
1 (of 16) Spaces Available.
215 SE 9th Ave #204
Wine 201 - Beyond the Basics: A Look at Unique Grapes, Regions and Wine Styles
Classic grape varieties and wine regions are classic for a region: they make great wines. But once you've got the basics down, an exploration of lesser-known wine styles can offer the jaded palate a taste of something different, and often at a wonderful price point. If you're ready to move beyond Chardonnay and Cabernet, Napa and Marlborough, this is the class for you!
Students are welcome to register for individual class sessions or join us for the entire series.
Who should attend:
This class is ideal for students who have completed the Introduction to Wine Series
or other wine classes, but is open to anyone with a basic understanding of wines and wine tasting. An eagerness for learning about unusual and unique wines is a must!
About the instructor: Mimi Martin is director of The Wine & Spirit Archive and holds the WSET Diploma in Wine & Spirits.
Session 1: Under-appreciated Grape Varieties
Session 2: Little-known Wine Regions
Session 3: Unusual Wine Styles and Winemaking Techniques