Taste the Farm!

Looking for something to do this January?! Join us 1/18 from 2-4pm for our first Wine Workshop of the new decade: Taste the Farm!
This is an ideal class for wine lovers looking to enhance their palate, or just getting started in their exploration of wine.  Our 2 hour wine tasting seminar contains a wealth of detailed  information delivered in a hands on, easy to understand approach.  Come prepared to sample our estate wines as we walk you through three of our most frequently asked questions:

  1. How do you taste wine?
  2. Why do we taste wine that way?
  3. How can I become really, really, good at it?

In this workshop you will:
-practice basic wine tasting skills
-develop a comprehensive foundation for truly understanding wine.
-demystify wine tasting vocabulary & familiarize yourself with tasting etiquette
-learn about 4 of the major grape varietals grown on Long Cliff Vineyard & Winery’s family farm & the different personalities of these wines! 

Through tasting different expressions of each of the 4 grape styles covered (Sauvignon Blanc, Riesling, Pinot Noir and Lemberger), you will walk away from this class knowing what it is you like (and don’t like!) in a bottle of wine, and how to communicate what you are experiencing with your server and friends!  

Tickets are just $18 / person – space is limited
FREE GIFT with advance ticket purchase!
Order Tickets online now – or – Pay in the tasting room to save on online ticketing fees!

**this indoor event will be held snow or shine! The cellar is kept cool year-round to protect our inventory, so dress warm! Tickets are non-refundable.

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