Old World x New World Lab at Florida Wine Academy

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February 12, 2020 (Wed)
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

Florida Wine Academy
1 SE 3rd Avenue Suite #1440
Miami, FL 33131

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Cost: $75.00

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Educational     Light Appetizers      Tasting (sit down)     Wine    

What does it mean to call a wine ‘Old World’ or ’New World’?  Apart from meaning a difference in geographical areas these terms also indicate a certain style and taste profile the consumer might expect from these wines.  The flavors of a wine come not just from the grape but also winemaking practices and the effects of the land and climate. This class will highlight these differences between Old World and New World characteristics and explain why we can expect the flavors that we do.  Guests will taste three grape varietals in six different wines. Nicole Ramos WSET Level 3, FWS, SWS, will led the class.

We will taste:

– Chardonnay from Burgundy
– Chardonnay from Long Island
– Malbec from Cahors
– Malbec from Mendoza, Argentina
– Tempranillo from Argentina
– Tempranillo from Rioja

Date: Wednesday, February 12th from 6.30-8:30pm

Address:
Florida Wine Academy
1 SE 3rd Avenue, Suite 1440 (14th floor) – SunTrust International Center
Miami, FL. 33131

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