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FEBRUARY 22nd, 2017
Small-Producer Wine Tasting with Select Cheese Pairings
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Discover a whole new world of winemaking in France. You’ll taste through a flight of wines that go beyond Bordeaux and the typical Pays d'Oc labels—showcasing some of the world’s most reputable wines, selections from cool-climate regions, vineyards with elevation, and thrilling grape combinations. You will receive a tasting pour for each of the wines presented.

What you can expect:
One welcome wine.
Six tasting pours of French wines from different regions.
Palate-cleansing bread and cheese.
One hour of instruction—including Q&A time—with a Cork & Fork wine instructor.

What you will learn:
The historical background of how French came to have some of the world’s oldest vines.
How French wines that express their sense of place.
The different grapes and styles from the main regions of France.
The flavor profiles of various French wine styles.
What to look for when shopping for French wine.

About the region: The style of French wine echoes that of the French themselves—elegant, well-dressed, showing an appreciation for the good things of life but never to excess. French wines go best with food, never overpowering either in flavor or in alcohol, always well-mannered, often beautiful. The fact that, today, the quality of even the least expensive French wine has improved impressively, means that there is a whole new range of wines open to wine drinkers. All these qualities make it worthwhile to spend some time to get to know French wine and to appreciate its many facets. The country produces all styles of wine, from the cool wines of the Loire Valley, the stylish whites of Alsace, through the classics of Bordeaux and Burgundy, to the more powerful, muscular offerings of the Rhone, to the warm wines of Languedoc and Roussillon, suffused with sun. And unique in their northern fastnesses are the great Champagnes. Come learn more about this wonderful wine producing region!


MARCH 8th, 2017
Small-Producer Wine Tasting with Select Cheese Pairings
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Discover a whole new world of winemaking in Spain. You’ll taste through a flight of wines that go beyond Rioja and the typical Tempranillo labels—showcasing some of the world’s most reputable wines, selections from cool-climate regions, vineyards with elevation, and thrilling grape combinations. You will receive a tasting pour for each of the wines presented.

What you can expect:
One welcome wine.
Six tasting pours of Spanish wines from different regions.
Palate-cleansing bread and cheese.
One hour of instruction—including Q&A time—with a Cork & Fork wine instructor.

What you will learn:
The historical background of how Spanish came to have some of the world’s oldest vines.
How Spanish wines that express their sense of place.
The different grapes and styles from the main regions of Spain.
The flavor profiles of various Spanish wine styles.
What to look for when shopping for Spanish wine.

About the region: One of the things that makes Spanish wine special is that many Spanish wineries age the wine for you, in oak barrels and in the bottle. This means you get a chance to taste cellared wines that have aged to the point of tasting their best without investing in storage space at home. When you look at a Spanish wine and see the terms Joven, Crianza, Reserva, or Gran Reserva, they're telling you about how long the aging was: those Gran Reservas have been cellared the longest, and a bottle with 'Joven' on the label didn't spend nearly as much time resting at the winery. Because Spain is part of the European Union, the wine labeling system is pretty similar to those of France and Italy. The category you will most often see at your local shop is Denominación de Origen (DO), which is the equivalent of an Appellation d'Origine Contrôlée (AOC) in France. Each individual DO (for example, Ribera del Duero or Rías Baixas) has its own rules for the wines, such as which grapes can be planted. If for some reason you can't find the DO on the bottle, the "logo" of the DO should be on a sticker on the back or on the capsule over the cork. Come learn more and taste great wines!


MARCH 15th, 2017
Small-Producer Wine Tasting with Select Cheese Pairings
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Discover a whole new world of winemaking in Spain. You’ll taste through a flight of wines that go beyond Rioja and the typical Tempranillo labels—showcasing some of the world’s most reputable wines, selections from cool-climate regions, vineyards with elevation, and thrilling grape combinations. You will receive a tasting pour for each of the wines presented.

What you can expect:
One welcome wine.
Six tasting pours of Spanish wines from different regions.
Palate-cleansing bread and cheese.
One hour of instruction—including Q&A time—with a Cork & Fork wine instructor.

What you will learn:
The historical background of how Spanish came to have some of the world’s oldest vines.
How Spanish wines that express their sense of place.
The different grapes and styles from the main regions of Spain.
The flavor profiles of various Spanish wine styles.
What to look for when shopping for Spanish wine.

About the region: One of the things that makes Spanish wine special is that many Spanish wineries age the wine for you, in oak barrels and in the bottle. This means you get a chance to taste cellared wines that have aged to the point of tasting their best without investing in storage space at home. When you look at a Spanish wine and see the terms Joven, Crianza, Reserva, or Gran Reserva, they're telling you about how long the aging was: those Gran Reservas have been cellared the longest, and a bottle with 'Joven' on the label didn't spend nearly as much time resting at the winery. Because Spain is part of the European Union, the wine labeling system is pretty similar to those of France and Italy. The category you will most often see at your local shop is Denominación de Origen (DO), which is the equivalent of an Appellation d'Origine Contrôlée (AOC) in France. Each individual DO (for example, Ribera del Duero or Rías Baixas) has its own rules for the wines, such as which grapes can be planted. If for some reason you can't find the DO on the bottle, the "logo" of the DO should be on a sticker on the back or on the capsule over the cork. Come learn more and taste great wines!


MARCH 22nd, 2017
Small-Producer Wine Tasting with Select Cheese Pairings
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Discover a whole new world of winemaking in Spain. You’ll taste through a flight of wines that go beyond Rioja and the typical Tempranillo labels—showcasing some of the world’s most reputable wines, selections from cool-climate regions, vineyards with elevation, and thrilling grape combinations. You will receive a tasting pour for each of the wines presented.

What you can expect:
One welcome wine.
Six tasting pours of Spanish wines from different regions.
Palate-cleansing bread and cheese.
One hour of instruction—including Q&A time—with a Cork & Fork wine instructor.

What you will learn:
The historical background of how Spanish came to have some of the world’s oldest vines.
How Spanish wines that express their sense of place.
The different grapes and styles from the main regions of Spain.
The flavor profiles of various Spanish wine styles.
What to look for when shopping for Spanish wine.

About the region: One of the things that makes Spanish wine special is that many Spanish wineries age the wine for you, in oak barrels and in the bottle. This means you get a chance to taste cellared wines that have aged to the point of tasting their best without investing in storage space at home. When you look at a Spanish wine and see the terms Joven, Crianza, Reserva, or Gran Reserva, they're telling you about how long the aging was: those Gran Reservas have been cellared the longest, and a bottle with 'Joven' on the label didn't spend nearly as much time resting at the winery. Because Spain is part of the European Union, the wine labeling system is pretty similar to those of France and Italy. The category you will most often see at your local shop is Denominación de Origen (DO), which is the equivalent of an Appellation d'Origine Contrôlée (AOC) in France. Each individual DO (for example, Ribera del Duero or Rías Baixas) has its own rules for the wines, such as which grapes can be planted. If for some reason you can't find the DO on the bottle, the "logo" of the DO should be on a sticker on the back or on the capsule over the cork. Come learn more and taste great wines!


PAST EVENTS


JANUARY 11th, 2017
Small-Producer Wine Tasting with Select Cheese Pairings

Discover a whole new world of winemaking in Italy. You’ll taste through a flight of wines that go beyond Chianti and the typical DOC labels—showcasing some of the world’s most reputable wines, selections from cool-climate regions, vineyards with elevation, and thrilling grape combinations. 


JANUARY 18th, 2017

Small-Producer Wine Tasting with Select Cheese Pairings
Discover a whole new world of winemaking in Italy. You’ll taste through a flight of wines that go beyond Chianti and the typical DOC labels—showcasing some of the world’s most reputable wines, selections from cool-climate regions, vineyards with elevation, and thrilling grape combinations. 


JANUARY 25th, 2017
Small-Producer Wine Tasting with Select Cheese Pairings
Discover a whole new world of winemaking in Italy. You’ll taste through a flight of wines that go beyond Chianti and the typical DOC labels—showcasing some of the world’s most reputable wines, selections from cool-climate regions, vineyards with elevation, and thrilling grape combinations. 

FEBRUARY 8th, 2017
Small-Producer Wine Tasting with Select Cheese Pairings

Discover a whole new world of winemaking in France. You’ll taste through a flight of wines that go beyond BOrdeaux and the typical Pays d'Oc labels—showcasing some of the world’s most reputable wines, selections from cool-climate regions, vineyards with elevation, and thrilling grape combinations. 

FEBRUARY 15th, 2017
Small-Producer Wine Tasting with Select Cheese Pairings

Discover a whole new world of winemaking in France. You’ll taste through a flight of wines that go beyond BOrdeaux and the typical Pays d'Oc labels—showcasing some of the world’s most reputable wines, selections from cool-climate regions, vineyards with elevation, and thrilling grape combinations. 

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