The Grape Adventure or....How Wine is Mde

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Winemaking can be a dizzyingly complicated business, with all of the modern science and technology involved, and all of the advanced training now offered, all of the artistic abilities needed to craft just the right wine. But in the end, the basis of winemaking is simple: Grape juice plus yeast makes wine. That hasn't changed in thousands of years, even as vineyards have grown to cover more than 20 million acres of the earth's surface, producing more than 60 million tons of fruit, 80 percent of which is made into wine. Learn how grapes are planted, harvested, and made into that luscious juice we call wine! 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 All classes are held on Saturday, 10:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m* at Dry Comal Creek Vineyards

The Grape Adventure or....How Wine is Mde

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

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Admission Fee : $25.00

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