What You'll Get
The best beverages all come from squeezed fruit—orange juice from oranges, cider from apples, and wine from the contents of still-life grapes. Learn more with today's Groupon: for $49, you get a 2- to 3-hour Wine 101 class from Indulge Wine School (a $99 value). Classes begin October 12, and convene at Lucas Park Grille. Check the schedule for dates and times.
Indulge Wine School's staff of educators expands wine knowledge with ease, having turned the tassels of more than 1,800 graduates. Classes of 15–20 follow trained professionals through a glassy meadow of six different wines, including red, white, sparkling, and dessert varietals. Students swirl and sip their study materials, nibble complimentary appetizers, and fill their mental trivia tanks with factoids on the history and production of wine, different grapes, and appropriate word choices for commenting on an unfamiliar wine's legs. Every class ends with a question-and-answer session, during which potation professors shine a light on oenophilic mysteries such as tannin content, regional differences, and how to lead a horse to wine but keep him from drinking it. Afterward, students continue to explore fermented philosophies at home with a complimentary electronic copy of Indulge Wine School's book A Fun and Informative Introduction to the Wonderful World of Wine. Reserve a seat, or gather a group of 15 or more for a private seminar.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Feb 6, 2012. Amount paid never expires. May buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 per person per class per visit. 48 hour cancellation notice required or $49 cancellation fee applies. Must be 21 or over. Classes are non-transferable. Must reserve class by 10/11/11, classes start 10/12/11. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Indulge Bistro & Wine Bar
At Indulge Bistro & Wine Bar, there are many ways to treat yourself—more than 75, to be specific. That’s the approximate count of the international and regional wines that populate the racks at the wine bar, which earned Open Table’s 2012 Top 100 Notable Wine Lists in the USA award. Ranging from New Zealand sauvignon blanc to Italian prosecco and syrah made in Colorado, diners have seemingly limitless pairing options to complement the kitchen’s bistro cuisine: margherita classico flatbreads, fried calamari, and house-made gnocchi just to name a few dishes. The sommelier can also make wine and food pairing suggestions. As you sip and dine, the floor-to-ceiling windows provide awe-inspiring views of the Front Range and the patio offers a place to sink into plush couches beside a fire pit.