Sommelier Secrets (Online)
Thu, April 29, 2021 from 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm
Sommeliers like ourselves have a few trade secrets. We know how to make cheap wine taste like a more expensive bottle. We know how to buy great wine by just reading the fine print on the bottle. We even know how to spend less money to get better quality wine. We even have one weird trick that will make your red wine taste better. In this one-hour wine tasting class, we will reveal our essential secrets to buying and enjoying wines like a sommelier.
You don’t get named the top wine school in the USA without learning a trick or two. In this class, we let you in on the trade secrets that will change how you buy and serve wine.
This is an introductory online wine class, so even if you haven’t taken a Wine 101 class, you will feel right at home. Want to know how to make an inexpensive wine taste like an expensive one? Want to be able to buy wine by just looking at the fine print on the label? Want to spend less money but get better quality wine?
Of course you do! In this one-hour online wine class, we will reveal the essential secrets to finding your inner sommelier.
A few of the topics discussed include
- Decoding a Wine List
- Buying Wine like a Pro
- Serving Wine
- Common Wine Flaws
- Aging Wines
About Online Wine Classes
Our online wine classes use the free app Zoom to stream classes. If you do not have a copy of this software, you can download it here: https://zoom.us/download
All students will have access to our live class feed. The class will include a wine talk, tasting notes, and a presentation. During the lecture, you can ask questions by using the “chat” section of Zoom.
Feel free to pop open a bottle of wine during class. If the bottle reflects the class theme, all the better! Afterward, we will open the floor to you and all attending students. You will be free to chat, talk about the wines you’ve tasted. Cheers!
We are on the East Coast, so class times are listed in Eastern Standard Time. We will give everyone five minutes to get situated before we start the class.