Like Mike Tyson, wine is usually robust, is often boxed, and should never influence tattooing decisions. Imbibe the spirit of a champion with today's Groupon: for $44, you a two-hour wine-tasting boot camp at Fermentations (an $89 value).
Featured in publications that include the Toronto Star and the Globe and Mail, Fermentations lets customers make their own wine from real grapes instead of kits of concentrates and bottle it with the assistance of a helpful staff. In tasting boot camps, trainees discern quality vintages through taste and sniff tests, eliminating the hazards of purchasing lesser wine or motor oil in disguise. Learn which of the taste-test winning elixirs pair best with foods, and flex future displays of dinner party showmanship. Apprentices write their own reviews while exploring the fundamentals of goblet swirling. Boot camps permit a maximum of 20 participants, so the staff at Fermentations recommends that interested parties book their slots early. As a bonus, all camp attendees earn a $25 credit toward a batch of wine they book on their day of attendance.