Wednesday, October 22, 2008

France Under $15 and the Rest of Tria's November Course Schedule

Not one to dabble in economic advice with any regularity, I've been pretty quiet about the current horrid state of the economy here in the US. When it comes to vino, though, Dionysus only knows we could all use some help honing in on the dwindling number of really great values in the world of wine. With that in mind, I'll be holding court at Tria Fermentation School on Tuesday, November 18, leading a wine tasting tour of France that focuses on some of the real gems that can still be had for $15 or less per bottle. Class fills up fast, so register now if you'd like to join me.

In addition to my class, there's some really great stuff lined up throughout Tria's November schedule, including presentations from beer author Lew Bryson, a Beaujolais tasting with Matt Cain of Kermit Lynch Wine Merchants and Tria Fermentation School's Second Anniversary celebration emceed by Tria's own Michael McCaulley.

Update (Oct. 23): Sorry for the short notice, all, (and thanks for the loyalty and high demand) but my class is already sold out. There are still plenty of seats available for Lew's Session Beer Project and Matt's Journey Through Beaujolais, though, so check them out.

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