Three Part Wine Class with Matthew Stollenmaier, WSET Certified
September 26 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Dates for classes are:
Part One, September 26th 7:30-9 PM
Part Two, October 3rd 7:30-9 PM
Part Three, October 10th 7:30-9 PM
This Wine Education Class is designed in a progressive 3-day (three consecutive Wednesday evenings) certificate program. In the first class you will learn about the most popular grape varietals and how their structure types affect wine. The difference of Old World versus New World and how weather and soil influences wine. We also break-down the science of tasting wine helping you identify favorite or not so favorite traits. In the second class building off of what you learned the week before you learn about the art and science of making wine. Wine buying; interpreting wine expert speak, storing; what ages better and serving…how all of these things directly affect what you enjoy. On the final day taking what you learned in previous classes you do comparative tastings describing the wine differences. There is a final review and exam based on what was learned in all three classes. When all is ended you have tasted some amazing wines, learned the essentials of wine from buying, tasting and most importantly enjoying.
About the Speaker:
Matthew Stollenmaier holds the WSET Intermediate Wine & Spirit Education Trust Certification from the International Wine Center in New York City, Master of Wine program and actively attends wine courses from trusted programs such as Society of Wine Educators, NYC, Institute of Culinary Education, NYC, Institute of America California, The Rudd Center for the Study of California Wines, and University of Davis, Special Studies of Sensory Evaluation, Food and Wine Pairing.