Italian Wine Classes are BACK!
Updated: Jun 25, 2021
After a long year, we have finally been able to reschedule some of our Italian classes from 2020! And great news - there is still room for more students. Space is limited, but we'd love to have as many of you join us as possible. See our upcoming Italian classes below.
Wines of Italy: Trentino-Alto Adige Wed. Jun 30, 2021 at 6:00pm EDT $45.00 per person Tucked away across the mountains from Austria, this is one of Italy’s secret weapons when it comes to fine wine. Whistle-clear white wines reign supreme in many ways, but it’s the interesting reds made from indigenous grapes that can often steal the spotlight when given a chance. Come join us and get in the know before the word gets out! This class is a re-schedule from the Via Italia series. BUY NOW
Wines of Italy: Campania Thu. Jul 8, 2021 at 6:00pm EDT $45.00 per person Neapolitan pizza, the Amalfi Coast, limoncello... Campania has a lot already going for it, but it’s time to shine the spotlight on the under-appreciated wines being made here! Rich, textural white wines are the Campanian calling card, but they’re not the whole story – some robust reds are making waves here, too! Come see what the fuss is all about as we dive into the wines meant for summer’s sun. This class is a re-schedule from the Via Italia series. BUY NOW
Wines of Italy: Calabria & Basilicata Wed. Jul 28, 2021 at 6:00pm EDT $45.00 per person Located at the southern tip of Italy on the “toe” side of the boot, Calabria is perhaps better known for is fiery chilies than its wine. Basilicata, just inland, may not even be a region you knew existed – but they’re both quietly making lip-smacking wines that we can’t wait to share with you. Take a journey with us off the beaten path and discover the quality happening here! This class is a re-schedule from the Via Italia series. BUY NOW
Wines of Italy: Lombardy Thu. Aug 19, 2021 at 6:00pm EDT $45.00 per person Prosecco is the most well-known sparkling wine made in Italy, but did you know there’s another, made in Lombardy, that gives Champagne a run for its money? December seems like the perfect time to toast to that – and while we’re at it, we’ll learn all about the other wines made here, both sparkling and still. Close out the Via Italia 2020 with style and join us! BUY NOW