Pioneering From Home: Wine Class & Tasting
8/25/2020 6:00 PM
- 7:00 PM
Sip, sip…Hooray! Class & Tasting with a Wine Enthusiast
with Alex from BrightCellars.com
Have you ever wondered how grapes are transformed into
delicious wine? Do you have a favorite type of wine but are interested in
getting into something new? Tune-in with fellow Pioneers and connect with wine
enthusiast, Alex Nafranowicz, from BrightCellars.com for an overview on how
wine is made, how you can expand your palette, and what to keep in mind when
shopping for vino. Oh, and no wine class would be complete without sampling! We’ll
share what wines to pick up before the class so you can sip along with Alex
during the class. WINE DRAWING TO WIN A 1/2 CASE OF BRIGHT CELLARS WINE - all attendees entered in drawing!
Reserve your spot today for this FREE EVENT! Confirmation sent prior to the event will include a Zoom link and access information.
Wines featured are listed below. Feel free to buy these
four types of wine – Cabernet Sauvignon, Sauvignon Blanc, Rosé,
Pinot Noir (brand/year does not need to be exact!) – so you can sample
along with Alex as he explains more about each style.
- Penfolds Cabernet Sauvignon 2016
- Southern Australia: Penfolds is one of Australia's oldest wineries. This
Cabernet Sauvignon has some great fruit intensity but also bold tannins,
showing very classic elements of this style of wine.
- Fernway Sauvignon Blanc 2019 -
Malborough, New Zealand: New Zealand Sauvignon Blancs are incredibly distinct
with their tropical notes. Very different from your typical California or
France Sauvignon Blanc, but great for summer enjoyment
- Chevalier De
Lafoux Sainte Anne 2018 - Cotes de Provence, France (Rosé): some of the
world's best rosé come from the Provence region of France right on the
Mediterranean. A Provence Rosé is great for pairing with cheese and summer
dishes as it is dry, fruity, earthy and much more!
- Underwood Pinot Noir 2018 - Oregon, USA: Oregon
is the new hot spot for wine in the USA but more importantly, Pinot Noir! More
fruit-forward then the Pinot Noirs you are used to from Europe, but makes for some
great food pairing!