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Patricia D.
Verified
Report | 2 months ago
It was a very pleasant experience. Very low key and informative.
Heidi H.
Verified
Report | 3 months ago
Wear your coat if it's chilly outside.
Diane S.
Verified
Report | 7 months ago
Very informative! We are thinking of atarting a hive!
Rick W.
Verified
Report | 7 months ago
Great experience. Wine was good too.
Carol
Verified
Report | 7 months ago
I purchased this wine tasting/class about honey bees for my husband's birthday. He really enjoyed it and so did I. Informative and fun. Would recommend.
j r.
Verified
Report | a year ago
Have handouts with some information/resources we can walk away with- a "workshop" implies hands on activities vs a lecture where we sit and are talked at
Sandra S.
Verified
Report | a year ago
Great workshop, learned something new. Wine and honey were the bonus!!
maryann F.
Verified
Report | a year ago
great humor and the wine tasting and honey tasting at the end of the presentation was great.
Jessica
Verified
Report | 2 years ago
We had a great time, and learned a ton. Not only do we hope to take further classes but we have already been recommending to friends! Thanks.

From Our Editors

More than a century ago, an industrious farmer named Gerard enlisted the help of bees to pollinate his family estate. Inadvertently, the buzzing insects fertilized a new passion for Gerard, one that would become a family tradition.

Four generations later, Gerard?Z Honeybees' bustling hives create more than a dozen local and monofloral honeys from such plants as star thistle, orange blossoms, and avocado blossoms. Because the honeys are completely raw and natural, they maintain the micro-nutritious qualities often left out of industrial varieties, and they may help allergy sufferers to acclimate to their local pollen varieties.

Gerard?Z holds year-round beekeeping workshops and honey tasting seminars at local wineries, nurseries, and farmers? markets throughout the Bay Area and Central Valley. During the classes and tastings, bee experts demystify the process of maintaining a hive, and people get the chance to taste the difference between clover honey, buckwheat honey, black sage honey, and Doritos honey. Gerard?Z also helps to maintain the delicate honeybee population by finding homes for wild swarms or colonies that have built hives in unwanted places and might otherwise fall prey to exterminators.

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