Wine and fine food is a matched pair, like Cagney and Lacey or Wayne Gretzky and the only thing people remember about hockey. Slapstick your face with flavor using this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $45 for an introductory wine class for one (an $89 value)
- $84.99 for an introductory wine class for two (a $178 value)
- $149 for an introductory wine class for four (a $356 value)<p>
During 90-minute classes, executive sommelier Paul Bonacquisti informs groups as they work their way through five tastings and a barrel tasting with local charcuterie, cheeses, nuts, olives, and breads. Students explore the history of winemaking, the art of wine tasting, and the basics of pairing wine with food.<p>
Bonacquisti Wine Company
At Bonacquisti Wine Company, founder Paul Bonacquisti crafts traditional and contemporary varietals with a balance of Old-World techniques and modern technical understanding, a method that has produced award-winning wines. Following a family tradition of winemaking that spans three generations, Paul uses the skills passed down from his father, a first-generation Italian American, to craft wines such as the Vinny No Neck, a heavy sangiovese blend. Through extensive studies with the International Wine Guild, Paul used his experience as a strong foundation for technical learning. In addition to carrying certification as an executive sommelier, Paul works to educate customers about wines and dispel common myths about the origin of a red-wine headache and the likelihood of drinking a bottle with a genie trapped inside.
96% of 72 customers recommend
“This was a great experience. A friend and I went when they had a great band. The friendly bartender gave very generous tastings and I was very impressed with the...”
“This was a great experience. A friend and I went when they had a great band. The friendly bartender gave very generous tastings and I was very impressed with the quality of the wines. I'll be going back again.”
“friendly staff, want to make you feel like part of the family. Very knowledgeable about wine. The wine was delicious and they always have different types!”
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