True wine connoisseurs teach themselves to distinguish varietals, identify flawed bottles, and cry pure chardonnay. Become one with the grape with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $19 for a three-hour wine- and beer-making class for two (a $50 value)
- $35 for a three-hour wine- and beer-making class for four (a $100 value)
The Home Vintner's founder Paul Sass leads students of any level through every step of the winemaking and beer brewing process. Each session also includes samplings and pairings. See the full schedule.
The Home Vintner
Founded in 1994 by former commercial airline pilot Paul Sass, The Home Vintner supplies connoisseurs and novices with an abundance of award-winning pours and do-it-yourself kits for individual winemaking and beer brewing. With Winexpert kits, at-home vino makers blend varietal juices from around the world that will be ready to drink or cellar in 4–8 weeks, depending on the kit. Alternatively, brewers dive into barley bubbles with Barons beer kits that contain measured ingredients to make a hoppy Canadian blond ale, an English-style redwood ale, and a crisp Dutch-style lager, among others.
During classes, the staff of certified wine- and beer-makers walks pupils through each step of the brewing and vintning process, such as carbon-dioxide removal, corking, storage, and determining each libation's year by monitoring its reaction to different Bon Jovi songs. Courses dispense both basics of production and new methodologies, so apprentices can discover new approaches and skills to try with their next batches.
“Great presenters, great samples of wine and beer, informative and good times :)”
“The class was great and worth the money, staff was friendly. Apprieciated the beginning discount coupons, it allowed me to get started in a wonderful wine making...”
“The class was great and worth the money, staff was friendly. Apprieciated the beginning discount coupons, it allowed me to get started in a wonderful wine making experience. ”
“These guys are awesome, very helpful and knowledgable ”