Ancient Wines: The Roots of Winemaking

Wednesday, November 7, 6:30 PM – Click here for tickets!

Follow two of Astor Center’s beloved presenters as they delve into the history of wine to investigate its beginnings. We’ll explore how the first wines were made as we taste through a lineup from Georgia, Greece, Armenia, Lebanon, Turkey, and more. Finally, we’ll discuss how ancient techniques and traditions translate into today’s world of wine.

Classes are 2 hours long, including a Q&A session with Astor Center Instructors Vitalii Dascaliuc and Tess Rose Lampert.

What you can expect:

1 Welcome wine
6 Tasting pours of wines from ancient wine producing regions
A mix-&-match tasting plate

What you will learn:

+ The geographic area of ancient winemaking regions
+ How wines were made in the ancient world
+ The imprint of ancient techniques on modern wines and winemaking

Level: Beginner to Intermediate
Style: Tasting + Discussion
Food Served: Mix-&-Match Tasting Plate
Good for: Wine Enthusiasts, Wine Curious, Date Night

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