100 & 200 LEVEL CLASSES
To comply with emergency orders from Governo Tony Evers; Eleven Milwaukee County municipal leaders, supported by Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele, issued an emergency order late Monday, March 16 to close bars and restaurants in their jurisdictions to in-house patrons, effective on Tuesday, March 17, 2020 and until further notice. All courses will halt till the end of the scheduled season; stay tuned for further updates as the situation develops.
[DATES ARE ADDED: in Seasonal blocks & current as of the following: <update scheduled for 3/21> 10:00:00 p.m.]
(Please note scheduled dates for workshops more than 2 weeks from present date may be subject to slight time changes)
*Any person looking to take another Workshop, will receive 30$ credit for their next Workshop
-inquire for details, normal booking form required, not to be combined with other promotions.
101 + Wine Workshop - A comprehensive introduction on what makes wine so unique, the history of where it came from; as well as how to get the most enjoyment from wine. Explored through 6 Glass pours ($120.00 value), we workshop with you to showcase how to taste wine, like the professionals, and give you the ultimate edge in drinking and enjoying wine with your peers! – held typically on Sundays, weekly. (workshop size 6-16 ppl)
(* denotes tentative pending class size, often marked to for seasonal/local event changes) - confirmation provided prior.
►10.30am – 1.00pm - 101 Wine Workshop: APRIL 11th (*tentative status - Easter Weekend)
►10.30am – 1.00pm - 101 Wine Workshop: APRIL 18th
Final confirmation provided with-in ~48 hrs. of class.
►10.30am – 1.00pm - 101 Wine Workshop: MARCH 8TH(*tentative)
►10.30am – 1.00pm - 101 Wine Workshop: MARCH 15TH
►10.30am – 1.00pm - 101 Wine Workshop: APRIL 5th
►10.30am – 1.00pm - 101 Wine Workshop: APRIL 26th(*tentative)
►10.30am – 1.00pm - 101 Wine Workshop: MAY TBD
102 + Winemaking Workshop - This Seminar is for the die-hard aficionado of wine, you are given an understanding of what wine is at its core, with a goal of heading down a road less traveled by most drinkers, making wine. In this class we cover the elements of wine making in detail, explored through 6 glasses ($150.00 value) we cover the many styles in which wine is made. This culminates with topics that would ultimately help you craft your wine at home or know the elements of what make a quality wine. -- held typically on Sundays, monthly. (workshop size 4-12 ppl)
SUNDAY (tentative pending student confirmation) confirmation by THURSDAY before
(can be back2back/bundled with 101/201-class for convenience)
►10.00am – 1.00pm - 102- The 'Art' of Winemaking: MAR. 29th(*tentative)
►10.00am – 1.00pm - 102- The 'Art' of Winemaking: APR. 19th(*tentative)
(tentative pending class size, often added due to increased demand) - confirmation provided prior.
►10.00am – 1.00pm - 102- The 'Art' of Winemaking: MAY 23rd(*tentative)
201 + WINE-PRO: Workshop+lecture - Explore through wine its many styles ($180.00 value), how it works at an elemental level, how it should be served, consumed and how to shop for wine retail and in a restaurant; flowing into the nuances of food and wine pairing with its raw components. Explored through Historic Wine Brands -- (held typically on Sundays/Mondays, monthly.) (workshop size 4-16 ppl)
SUNDAY (tentative pending student confirmation) confirmation by THURSDAY
(RECOMMEND back2back/bundled with the 1st 101-class for convenience) *PRE-REQUISITE 100-LEVEL COURSE
► 5.30pm through ~7.30pm - 201- WINE- PRO: INDUSTRY WORKSHOP LECTURE: MAR. 29TH(*tentative)
► 5.30pm through ~7.30pm - 201- WINE- PRO: INDUSTRY WORKSHOP LECTURE: MAY 10TH(*tentative)