This is the Wine 101 Wine Course that every beginner should take. It is fun, informative, and only 2 hours!
France is the birthplace of most noble grape varieties we know today: Cabernet Sauvignon, Pinot Noir, Syrah, Chardonnay, and others.
This enjoyable class gives us all a chance to smell the fruits, spices, and flowers of the “classic” red varieties in a neutral base wine.
In this Wine and Food Pairing Tasting Class, you will learn how to bridge your menu preparations to enhance the aroma and flavor characteristics of any wine.
This is a fun-filled class where we will actually look at the makeup of cheese and then pair various different cheeses with 6 wines.
An afternoon class where you don’t just learn about pizza and wine, but eat and drink too? What could be better!?
Texas Fine Wine – which includes Bending Branch Winery, Duchman Family Winery, Pedernales Cellars and Spicewood Vineyards – will teach a Texas wine class on Tuesday, March 28 from 7-9 p.m. In addition to providing background and trends about the Texas wine industry and the vast number of wine varieties that prosper in Texas, the group will feature wines from different vineyards to illustrate soil types, microclimates and other factors that influence the character of the wines.
Please join us for this tasting of 12 exceptional Texas wines while learning about what makes Texas one of the most exciting and diverse wine regions.
Italy, Italy, Italy — what a beautiful country and what diversity of wine. Diversity is both the glory and the bane of Italian wines.
South America is so interesting and varied, yet many of us overlook it when it comes to wine. South American wines offer exceptional value and quality.
South Africa is a beautiful country with very diverse fauna and flora. It offers complex, elegant, and powerful wines from many different grape varietals.
Do you like Australian wines? We look at the regions of Margaret River, Barossa, Clare & Eden Valley plus Coonawarra, each of which offers a unique personality, grape, and style.
This class is designed to provide an overview of the wonderful wines of Spain including key wine-producing regions and the styles of wine made in those regions.
This class will lead you on a journey to enlightenment as you taste through wine flights with different expressions of the same varietal.
This class delves into the wines of California, beyond just Napa and Sonoma. Discover which varietals thrive and produce quality wines in lesser-known regions.
This class will cover all the bases on the differences between Sparkling Wine and Champagne, focusing on how sparkling wine is made and how the styles vary.
The Texas Wine School offers a variety of one-time two-hour classes for consumers, including classes on Bourbon, Scotch, Japanese Whisky, Gin and Rum