2 hours, $95
Blind tasting wine is more than a parlor trick, or a way to impress your friends, it is the most effective way to develop your tastings skills.
Learn to identify grapes and regions by color, acidity, residual sugar, tannin, alcohol, winemaking techniques, flavor, and aroma. These skills will help you improve your ability to assess, judge, describe, and buy wine (for both consumers and wine professionals). We will blind taste 12 wines, each followed by a debriefing and group discussion. You will learn how to:
- Assess the main components of wine
- Recognize the main styles of wine
- Identify the most important wine grapes and blends
- Understand the impact of soil and climate on color, aroma, and flavor
- Recognize winemaking techniques
- Distinguish between typicity, quality and style
- Assess the components needed for extended aging
- Describe color, aroma, and flavor
- Make final quality assessments.
PLEASE NOTE: You may register and pay for multiple attendees. However, if the class is near capacity, the system will only permit you to register and pay for as many seats as remain available. If you wish to register more attendees than this page is permitting, please note that there are not enough seats remaining to accommodate your entire party. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
- February 15, 2019
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Venue: Capital Wine School
Venue Phone: 202-792-5020Address:
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