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Have you ever wondered what makes a Sonoma Chardonnay different from French Chardonnay? It’s the question everyone should ask themselves when asking for a glass of wine. Wine isn’t just about the grape, it’s about the terroir (soil, place, climate, people). Join our weekly class as we round up the grapes of the world in a virtual tasting. Not only will we taste and discuss, we’ll learn about the history, place of origin and different styles of the focus grape.
For each class, we’ll recommend the wines to purchase and foods to pair with.
This week, we’ll start with possibly the most popular, definitely the most planted grape in the world - Cabernet Sauvignon.
We recommend you purchase a Cabernet Sauvignon from any of the designations below but it isn't required:
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About Your Teacher
Tatiana is a certified sommelier and holds the WSET Level 3 Award in Wines and Spirits. She’s been teaching the world of wine through her vast culinary journeys - be it local or abroad. She lived in Spain for 10 years where she traveled extensively throughout the country absorbing its rich culture, incomparable cuisine and extraordinary wines. Let her be your virtual guide through Spain.
This course is available for "remote" learning and will be available to anyone with access to an internet device with a microphone (this includes most models of computers, tablets). Classes will take place with a "Live" instructor at the date/times listed below.
Upon registration, the instructor will send along additional information about how to log-on and participate in the class.
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NYC Wine & Food Trails (Gastro Tours)
Online Classroom via Zoom
Online, New York Online
Online Classroom via Zoom
Online, New York
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Learn more about the many types of aromatic white wines in this workshop and how to recognize them in a blind tasting. We'll help you discover how to identify and profile the similarities and differences of aromatic dry to off-dry white wines using the most challenging flights. Global wine regions are also considered as you learn to decipher...
Monday May 10th, 6pm - 8:30pm Pacific Time
Kevin’s deep and lasting love of French wines means he has had a chance to enjoy lots of them from all over the country! However, he believes that there is one specific region in France that has it all: Bordeaux! Dry Whites...Sweet Whites...Light-, Medium- and Full-bodied Reds. Bordeaux is also rich with history and has no shortage...
Monday May 10th, 7pm - 8pm Eastern Time
Home to Big Sur’s rugged and distinct coastline, the quaint village of Carmel, and Pebble Beach golf courses, understanding the Monterey wine region is a must! In this course, you will learn about Monterey’s Thermal Rainbow, the Blue Grand Canyon, the Santa Lucia Highlands, other distinctive AVAs and the Gabilan Mountains as we climb from...
Wednesday May 12th, 6pm - 9pm Pacific Time
Master Sommelier David Glancy will help you discover to how identify and profile the similarities and differences of wines from thin-skinned grapes in the most challenging flights. Global wine regions are also considered as Master Glancy helps you decipher the differences between regional and varietal influences. This workshop is part...
Monday May 17th, 6pm - 8:30pm Pacific Time
This region is essential to your professional knowledge and wine education as it is by far the fastest growing region in California, gaining attention for its Cabernet, Zinfandel, Rhone style wines and more. Learn the fundamentals including: primary grapes, climate, the 11 new AVAs within Paso Robles, and the characteristics and contrasts of...
Wednesday May 19th, 6pm - 9pm Pacific Time
Master Sommelier David Glancy helps students tackle the most challenging flights of wines from thick-skinned red grapes. Explore examples from jammy to tannic to identify the similarities and differences in each grape and discuss the major regions globally and as you learn to decipher the differences in regional versus varietal identity. This...
Monday May 24th, 6pm - 8:30pm Pacific Time
The last session in the program presents a dynamic overview of this exceptional region that produces of some of the most desired wines of the world. Proximity to the Pacific Ocean, varied mesoclimates, and a long growing season make a great combination. Conclude your knowledge with being able to understand and articulate the importance of the...
Wednesday May 26th, 6pm - 9pm Pacific Time
Master Sommelier David Glancy helps students tackle the most challenging flights of sparkling wines, fortified wines and non-fortified dessert wines. Learn to identify the similarities and differences in each wine and discuss the major regions and styles globally. Decipher what differences are derived from grape variety, terroir, vineyard practices,...
Monday Jun 7th, 6pm - 8:30pm Pacific Time
In this workshop, Master Sommelier David Glancy guides students to be fast, fluid tasters. Students will continue to practice their improved blind tasting skills using various techniques and drills to sharpen their focus and improve their timing. Master Glancy will also teach students exam preparation and test-taking strategies to help students work...
Monday Jun 14th, 6pm - 8:30pm Pacific Time
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