The year a wine was produced can dramatically increase its value, especially if it came from an era when bottles were still made from leopard pelt. Taste the past with this Groupon.
$39 for a wine education and food-paring class for two (a $40 value per person) with two medium-sized monogramed wine glasses (a $5.99 value each) and one corkscrew (a $5.99 value; $100.93 total value)
Classes are held on Thursdays and Fridays at 6 p.m., and Saturdays at 1:30 p.m.
Along with a tour of the shop, guests enjoy lessons on wine tasting, wine etiquette, and the process of making wine. Guests can also try different combinations of foods and wines (wine samples require an additional $10 fee) to understand how certain flavors interact.
Water 2 Wine & Houston Winery
Water 2 Wine and and Houston Winery come together to form a unique winery specializing in more than a 100 varietals and styles from 13 countries. The popular top-notch wines are apparent from the company’s collection of 50 medals won at various international wine competitions. Visitors can sip on the low-sulfite and histamine-free wines made on-site, create their own batches of vino replete with custom labels, and learn proper wine etiquette during education classes. Custom labels can complement any occasion, such as holidays, birthdays, anniversaries, and wedding proposals.
94% of 126 customers recommend
“Get there early to grab a seat. Go with friends, it is much more fun. Make it a party.”
“No comments great event”
“I attended the annual grape stomp, it sounds fancy but lots of people came in whatever like fitness clothes and such. It wasnt quite what I expected the shop was kind...”
“I attended the annual grape stomp, it sounds fancy but lots of people came in whatever like fitness clothes and such. It wasnt quite what I expected the shop was kind of small and I missed some of the live music but overall still had a great first experience. I especially enjoyed making foot prints from the grape stomping on a t-shirt & the custom labels on the wine bottles I bought a nice souvenir.”