It can be intimidating to order wine, especially if you don't know the terminology or had an older cousin that said it was made from bug blood. Demystify the grape with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $35 for a two-hour, in-depth World Wines 101 wine class class for one (a $70 value)
- $69 for a two-hour, in-depth World Wines 101 wine class for two (a $140 value)
Classes introduce the basics of wine etiquette, pairing, and tasting, as well as cover the fundamentals of wine production. Tastings incorporate six different red and white wines from far-flung regions around the world.
Classes take place on Saturdays from 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m., and on Wednesdays from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
You could call Vino 100 a wine boutique or a wine bar, but you might also view it as something of a wine library. Each bottle in the collection has been scrupulously cataloged according to the Wine Barometer system. Its tag decodes the complex flavors along two scales: flavor (dry to fruity) and body (light to full to solid). Buyers apply other selection criteria, too: the company guarantees it'll stock at least 100 bottles priced at $25 or less at all times, and that all those bottles will come from artisanal, limited-production wineries. Shoppers who can't wait to taste the evidence of the system's accuracy can take a bottle over to the wine bar for a small corking fee. Vino 100 also hosts wine classes and trivia nights to slake the thirst for knowledge.
95% of 21 customers recommend
“Well worth the time”
“Awesome staff and very relaxed atmosphere. Went there to to celebrate a birthday and it was so fun! The staff know their details and really makes the tasting a great...”
“Awesome staff and very relaxed atmosphere. Went there to to celebrate a birthday and it was so fun! The staff know their details and really makes the tasting a great experience for any new comer. We had never been to a tasting and are new in the world of wine so this was a great portal. Planning to go back sometime soon with others!”
“Very informative. Good wine, although pricey. Had to pay tax and tip after class.”