Chablis, Chalonnaise & Maconnaise


$ 125.00 

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San Francisco Wine School

In Burgundy, an ancient and fractured geology delivers wines of distinction and distinctiveness. Learn how soil, topography and climate create enough variability to craft 101 different AOCs within this region's borders! Discover the history and historic precedent behind such subtle and nuanced fractionalization. This class follows the prior week's session on Burgundy's Cote D'Or and dives into Chablis, Chalonnaise and Maconnaise. From the ultimate expression of lean, mineral-driven chardonnay in Chablis to the relative values south of the Cote d'Or. Discover all of Burgundy, the most complex French region and for many people the best wines in the world.

This workshop is part of the French Wine Scholar program. As part of this workshop, you'll taste 6-8 wines related to the curriculum.


San Francisco Wine School
415 Grand Ave #301
South San Francisco, CA 94080
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All attendees must be at least 21 years of age.



San Francisco Wine School is breathing new energy into the world of wine education by bringing together under one roof the wine topics and credential programs that best prepare students for success, no matter what their career path or personal goal. Founded in 2011 by Master Sommelier and Certified Wine Educator David Glancy, San Francisco Wine School has quickly grown to be the largest wine school in the country. We strive to offer programs that are relevant to everyone, from students newly embarked on their discovery of wine to the most advanced wine professionals. Our inspired educational programs are taught in our state of the art wine education center and our cutting edge virtual classroom by industry-leading instructors from all major educational disciplines and feature the best content in the business: expert course materials, carefully conceived wine flights, and in-depth blind tasting exercises designed to engage students, illuminate course content and enhance learning.

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