Do you want to know more about wine? How to order it in a restaurant? White? Red? Rose? Dry? Sweet? Tannic? Acidic? What does it all mean? Whether you are a food and wine lover thirsty for increased knowledge or a neophyte with a desire to expand your horizons, join Deb Kinney as she takes you on a tour of the basics of wine. Learn how to taste, serve, store, open wine, and read a label. Please bring your own wine glass, if possible, and feel free to bring your lunch, too. Class size is limited to 25 participants. Accept the GroupWise appointment from Nancy Cheek to attend.
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