Next class: April 20, 7 – 8:30pm
Join us for our monthly wine class and roundtable discussion hosted by our winemaker and owner Alie Shaper!
Back to (Wine) School!
Learn a little sumthin’-sumthin’ about what’s in your glass, or deepen your wine knowledge in our monthly classes. All sessions include 6 tastings, cheese and charcuterie. Choose your course: the recreational World of Wine or the more intensive Production Series.
Call the tasting room at 718.599.1259 to reserve your spot!
World of Wine Classes
Join us for fun and informative sessions about New York Wines, food pairings, wine culture and more.
$40 per class
These classes are for people with a serious interest in wine. They will focus on the vinification process, along with winemaking options and the results from the different techniques.
$60 per class or all 4 seminars for $220
All ticket purchases are final. No refunds. If you purchased through Coursehorse, then our Refund & Cancellation policy applies to your purchase. If you have any questions, please contact CourseHorse here.
|January 27, 7 – 8:30pm||
World of Wine: Wine and Chocolate Pairing
Chocolate and wine pairings are more versatile than one might think. In this class, we’ll explore how the various flavors play together in unexpected ways.
|February 24, 7 – 8:30pm||
Production Seminar: White Wines
Learn about the overall production process, from the work in the vineyard to the crush to fermentation to maturation. We’ll review strategies a winemaker can use to craft the style of wine she wants as well as discuss key grape varietals.
|March 23, 7-8:30pm||
Production Seminar: Red Wines
In addition to the full production process, we’ll discuss aging techniques, such as oak usage and vessels, as well as the use of varietals, from single-varietal to blends. The complexities in creating quality red wines are endless!
|April 20, 7 – 8:30pm||
Nope, these wines are not made from oranges (or roses, for that matter). Learn about these “sisters in between” whites and reds, how they’re produced and their similarities/differences from classic white and reds.
|May 18, 7- 8:30pm||
In the final seminar, we’ll take a close look at sparkling wines. Bubbly has a fascinating history and sets the stage for the festive drink we sip today. We’ll review different techniques for creating sparkling wines, the best grapes for the job and debunk common myths.