True wine connoisseurs teach themselves to distinguish varietals, identify flawed bottles, and cry pure chardonnay. Become one with the grape with this Groupon.
$29 for Any Two-Hour Wine and Food Class (Up to $75 Value)
Upcoming wine classes include Breaking Down Burgundy, where experts break down eight wines from the famous French region, and Rare Grape Varietals, an analysis of small boutique wines from around the world that will broaden each participant’s palate. Pizza and The Wines That Love It explores the relationship between wine and seasonal ingredients on pizza, and is one of New York Vintners most popular classes. This Groupon does not expire, and is valid only for classes with a value of up to $75. New classes are added every month.
New York Vintners
As a leading wine educator in Manhattan, New York Vintners helps budding wine enthusiasts define and expand their personal wine tastes and cooking techniques at their high-end wine shop. During basic to advanced classes and wine-themed events, a team of six certified sommeliers and authorized enophiles elaborate on each wine's nuances from the angles of producer, region, and varietal. Smartly matched pairings and hands-on cooking instruction from Executive Chef Ryan Smith unpack the flavors even further. The staff keep a strong focus on terroir—the effect that environment has on a wine's flavor—as they select high-quality biodynamic and boutique wines for the shop's impressive, ever-changing list.
97% of 346 customers recommend
“If you are thinking of whether the classes are informative or not for a novice, take the plunge. Have not been disappointed yet taking a class at Vintners. Always...”
“If you are thinking of whether the classes are informative or not for a novice, take the plunge. Have not been disappointed yet taking a class at Vintners. Always informative and very engaging to help educate people on wines and how to approach choosing and pairing on your own.”
“great staff,food,and wine!”
“If you buy a case of wine from the class, you will get two free classes.”