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Your Nose Knows! An Introduction to Wine Tasting

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There are lots of ways to learn about wine: Classes to take and books to read and even videos to watch. But nothing beats learning about wines like "sensory evaluation" - the process of using all five of your senses to develop an appreciation for one of the true miracles of nature. Learn to swirl, sniff and taste wine like a true sommelier! What Do I Get From Each Class? Besides enduring our wonderful personalities and receiving a nifty Winery U! diploma at the end of class, each participant will receive printed course materials, additional informational materials, and maybe even a surprise or two? You'll even get to taste some wine. What Does It Cost? Cost is $30.00 per person per class, or register for all 4 Winery U classes for only $25.00 per person per class. Pre-registration is required & limited to the first 30 people. Cancellation and refund policy is posted at www.drycomalcreek.com All classes are held on Saturday, 10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m at Dry Comal Creek Vineyards

Your Nose Knows! An Introduction to Wine Tasting

Address : Dry Comal Creek Vineyards - 1741 Herbelin Road New Braunfels TX
Phone : 830-885-4076   (Always call and confirm events.)

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