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Wine 101: Sip & Sample Class 11/15-16

A Wine Tasting Experience That’s Fun for Everyone!

Does the thought of having to buy a bottle of wine make your head spin? 

Come to class and learn the secrets to stress-free wine shopping!

Did you know your sense of smell helps you decide what a wine tastes like?

Come to class, sample some wines and test your sense of smell too!

Did you know one wine can taste like two complete different wines?

Come to class and learn how to make it happen.

Wine 101: Sip and Sample (LLI 0027): Engage your senses as you bask in the aromatic qualities of various wines. Explore your palette preferences; learn how wines interact with  different appetizers; discover some tricks of the trade from your wine guide. Not sure you like wine? This is the perfect class for you. We cater to beginners and offer both red and white wines. As with all classes, serving alcohol, students must be at least 21 to enroll. Susan Mulvey earned her Wine Sommelier Certificate from Harper College’s Continuing Education program. Harper Main Campus – Room TBA.

Wednesday 11/15 – Thursday 11/16, 5:30-7:30 p.m. MEMBER FEES: $19 NON-MEMBER FEES: $38.

Register online or call 847.925.6300.

Click here to learn about our Wine Appreciation and Wine Sommelier classes and digital badge programs.


Details about this and all our Lifelong Learning Institute (LLI) courses

are in our August-December 2017 LLI Course Schedule.

 

Click here to learn more about the LLI program and membership.


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