Chardonnay is Pinot’s Burgundian cousin, California’s most widely grown grape and is grown all over the world. Learn its origins, other homes and characteristics. Taste it with and without oak, from cool and warm climates. Discover how it varies based on climate, soils and traditions in various international regions through a guided tasting of 6 wines. Despite the differences you will find common threads. This class is a must for Chardonnay lovers and those seeking to improve their wine tasting skills and knowledge.
This workshop may be taken as part of our Wine Grapes of the World Series or individually a la carté. Your workshop fees can be applied to the cost of the full series if you would like to continue on.
Group discounts are available. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
We've recently invested in some serious AV technology upgrades to create an integrated Hybrid Room/Zoom experience for all students. Both "Roomers" and "Zoomers" are able to engage with us and each other during these live classes. Recordings are also available after the class. Whether you are excited to return to our beautiful venue in person with wine in your glass or are enjoying the convenience of home learning with a tasting kit, you can choose the experience that's right for YOU! Learn more...
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415 Grand Ave #301
South San Francisco, CA 94080
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Students will enjoy guided tastings selected by Master Sommelier David Glancy and our Cellar Master to bring learning objectives to life and practice your tasting techniques.
Roomers will taste in the classroom. Zoomers will have tasting kits they can either pickup or have delivered for an additional fee. View wine pickup and delivery options.
Those who would like to attend workshops online and forgo the wine tastings can apply
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All attendees must be at least 21 years of age