- Starts:January 20, 2021 12:00 am
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*For residents of Washington, DC and Northern Virginia (inside of the 495 Beltway) ONLY!
This 6-week course is designed around the appreciation of wine, how it’s made, and how to best enjoy it. The course is a natural continuation of our Wine 101 course, but it’s not a prerequisite. Each week, we will discuss a new topic that goes beyond the basics and adds depth to your understanding of the wine world, and we will enjoy two wines that reflect the week’s topic. We’ll discuss regional differences, traditions, and wine styles beyond red, white, and sparkling.
Each week will cover a new topic:
1) New World vs. Old World Wines
2) South Africa, Australia & South America
4) Germany & Austria
5) The Iberian Peninsula
6) Sweet Wines
The course cost includes 12 bottles of wine, tax, and local delivery of the wine (if in DC or VA inside the beltway)..
All classes will be interactive, conducted via Zoom, and are limited to 20 registrants/households.
Classes are recorded and available to participants for the duration of the course. If you miss a class, no worries! You can watch at your lesiure. Because of this, no refunds will be issued for missed classes and you can sign up for DCanter Wine School after the session's start date.
This course is for you if:
You enjoy wine frequently and have a pretty good idea of what you like, but you want to know more.
You feel like you have a pretty good understanding of French and American wines, but you’re not so sure about other regions.
You frequently drink Malbec just because it’s pretty consistent and not because you’re excited about it.
This course is not for you if:
You’re not sure how wine is made. If not, we recommend checking out Wine 101 instead.
You know the difference between a Bordeaux and a Meritage. If so, we recommend checking out Wine 301 instead.
You’re seeking a professional designation to support your career in the hospitality industry."
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