Hirsch Vineyards Wine Dinner
Tuesday, November 10th
6:30 - 10:00pm
Hirsch Vineyards is recognized as one of the premier sites for Pinot Noir in the New World. David Hirsch planted his vineyard overlooking the Pacific Ocean on the extreme Sonoma Coast in 1980, making it the oldest premium Pinot Noir vineyard in the region. Since then it has become one of the most sought-after sources for Pinot Noir grapes in California, providing fruit to Littorai, Lioco, Williams Selyem, Kistler and many others. Join us welcoming Jasmine Hirsch, Sales & Marketing Director of Hirsch Vineyards, for a dinner highlighting exclusive wines from their library.
Advanced Wine Education: Exploring Unknown Burgundy
Sunday, November 29th
1:30 - 3:30pm
When people talk about Burgundy, everyone knows of the famed Cote d’Or but how often do people speak of the “other” areas: Maconnais, Côte Chalonnaise and Beaujolais? Taste through 6 wines from these unknown areas with Wine Director Brooke Sabel and see why it’s often a sommelier’s go-to for value.
Basic Wine Education: Sparkling Wines
Sunday. December 6th
2:30 - 3:30pm
What does blanc de blancs mean? Why is Champagne so much more expensive than Lambrusco? What’s the difference between vintage and non-vintage? In this class Wine Director Brooke Sabel will cover: how sparkling wine is made; styles of sparkling wine and popular regions; sparkling terminology, general pairing suggestions and what makes true Champagne so special.
Advanced Wine Education: Champagne
Sunday, December 13th
1:30 - 3:30pm
Just in time for the holidays!! Wine Director Brooke Sabel will lead you through the complexities of Champagne, including the history, terroir and production methods. With a focus on grower-producers, this class will explore how variations in variety, soil types, vintage characteristics and subregions will make you raise a toast every day in celebration.