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What You'll Get
Cheese plays a vital role in society, whether as a sandwich filler, a moon brick, or a hat to wear in blisteringly cold climates. Pay homage to the dairy grub with today’s Groupon: for $60, you get a two-hour mozzarella-making class at Taste, located in Warrington (a $120 value).
As the retail store for the storied Sand Castle Winery, Taste offers a hands-on mozzarella-making class designed to introduce queso lovers to the art of crafting cheese. In an intimate class setting of up to eight people, guests create four creamy, take-home mozzarella balls by the end of the two-hour course. The class includes a wine-pairing segment to please the palate and accompany dairy during its esophageal descent.
Post-workshop, cheese artisans can browse through the gift shop's inventory of olive oil, gourmet foods, wine accessories, and more, Take in Taste's classic winery décor, featuring vineyard-inspired artwork, marble countertops, and wooden wine racks that coddle bottles hoping to someday be home to a model of the HMS Brad Pitt. Check the calendar beneath "Classes/Events" for available dates.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Aug 31, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Reservation required; subject to availability. 24hr cancellation notice required. Class size is limited to 8. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
At Taste, the retail store for the storied Sand Castle Winery, rows of wooden racks display the winery's vintages alongside Di Bruno Bros. cheeses and gourmet oils and vinegars. Regular tastings and hands-on classes take place amid the store's marble countertops and vineyard-inspired artwork that is only detectable by oenophiles. During wine-pairing classes, students learn to coordinate nosh and nectar as experts present them with various combinations of wine and accenting fare, such as cheeses and fruits.