The best beverages all come from squeezed fruit: orange juice comes from oranges, cider from apples, and wine from the contents of still-life grapes. Learn more with today’s Groupon to Indulge Wine School. Choose between the following options:
- For $59, you get a Wine 101 class (a $129 value).
- For $109, you get a Wine 101 class for two (a $258 value).<p>
Indulge’s schedule is available online, and class locations and times will vary according to demand.
Indulge’s staff of expert educators expands wine knowledge with ease, having turned the revelry-steeped tassels of more than 1,800 graduates. Classes take place in private rooms of local restaurants such as the Sonterra Grill, with trained professionals leading groups of 12–20 through a glassy meadow of six different wines, including red, white, sparkling, and dessert varietals. Grape elixirs may include selections such as Columbia Valley’s crisp and fruity Slanted Door riesling, velvety Magness Napa Valley cabernet sauvignon, and Chime Sonoma County pinot noir, which scored 91 points and one wolf whistle from Wine Enthusiast.
During the 2.5-hour class, students swirl and sip their study materials and nibble complimentary appetizers, filling their mental trivia tanks with factoids on wine’s history and production, grape varietals, and creative descriptive words such as “tannic” or “bodacious.” 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. Students continue to explore fermented philosophies after class with a complimentary electronic copy of Indulge’s book A Fun and Informative Introduction to the Wonderful World of Wine, a food-and-wine-pairing chart, and a top 10 list of wine-buying tips.
Indulge Wine School
Indulge Wine School's staff of educators, such as Kris in Jacksonville, a wine expert and blogger, expands wine knowledge with ease, having turned the revelry-steeped tassels of nearly 3,000 graduates. Classes of 12–20 take place in venues throughout the United States, as students swirl and sip their study materials and nibble complimentary appetizers. Every class ends with a Q&A session, during which potation professors shine a light on oenophilic mysteries including tannin content and regional differences. Afterward, students continue to ferment knowledge at home with a complimentary electronic copy of Indulge's book A Fun and Informative Introduction to the Wonderful World of Wine, a food-and-wine-pairing chart, and a top-10 list of wine-buying tips.