Ouch! - Why Pinot Noir is the heartbreak grape
“Seven Nights of International Grapes & Wine with Mark Shipway” continues Thursday July 23 at 7:30 pm on Zoom. Mark will introduce wine lovers to the most widely planted international grape varieties that are successfully grown in many regions around the world. Let's talk and taste one of the most finicky and famous planted red variety, Pinot Noir.
Mark will share key insights on wines of Pinot Noir where grown successfully whether continental Europe, the Americas, Australia or South Africa. Discover the unique characteristics of the vines, leaves, grape bunches of the classic grape varieties and the tasting notes that differentiate Burgundy to Oregon, New Zealand to Argentina. We’ll also discover some great value for your pocket book and your cellar.
The series consists of the seven Thursday evening sessions on Zoom at 7:30 pm. Each session has a learning and interactive tasting component lasting 1.5 - 2 hours in length.
Bring a Bottle
Bring up a bottle, invite a friend, grab a glass, order some cheese and get ready to travel the world of sparkling wine! We have a list of recommended bottles. Les Amis du Fromage also have a Good Cheese Bag offer.
See You Tuesday July 23rd at 7:30 pm on Zoom.