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"The Wine School is a great place to build knowledge and pursue your passion."
Jonathan Newman, Former Chairmain of the PLCB
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The wine glasses exclusively used for the Wine School's Diploma Oenotropae are now available to the public! Designed by an Italian winemaker, the schools glasses are considered the finest wine tasting crystal available.
Beautifully thin crystal is only the first step. Our glassmakers infuse the alloy Nessium into the molten crystal. The end result is a beautiful crystal wine glass that is also dishwasher safe!
As an aside, if you know our fearless leader Keith, then you know we really needed glassware that could take a few drops and spills.
the Wine SchoolThe Wine School is on of the top wine education centers in the United States. Our school is located in the Art Museum District in Philadelphia
The Home of Bacchus
Poetically, the school is located about a quarter mile from the city's only statue to Roman god of wine, Bacchus.
Silenus and the Infant Bacchus was cast in bronze and installed across from the Art Museum in 1885. It portrays the Satyr cradling a newborn Bacchus.
The statue is a cast of 400 BC original attributed to Praxiteles.