Wine Appreciation

To register call 914-606-6830 and press option 1

Introduction to Mead Making
Mead is one of the world’s oldest fermented beverages. With the growing interest in home brewing over the past few years, we’ll explore the use of honey to produce mead. After looking at the history of mead making, learn how to produce small batches of flavored meads for your home enjoyment. A hands-on demonstration (including a mead tasting) will be part of our time together.
CE-WINE 2010, 1 Sat., Nov. 12, 1:00-3:00 pm, KNC-4, $20. D Haverkamp. #83996

Wine Tastings
Westchester’s husband and wife team, Anthony Russo and Andrea Kish, fine wine buyers and owners of ARIES Wine and Spirits, make wine appreciation and education fun and memorable! You must be 21 and over to register. No refunds for these classes. Courses are held at Aries Wine and Spirits, 128 West Post Road, White Plains. Phone: 914-946-3382. Classes begin promptly at 7:30 pm; please allow enough time to park and sign in.
Each class meets for 1 Tues., 7:30-9:30 pm, $25 (+ $20 sampling fee, payable in CASH, to instructor).

ABC’s of White Wine
This “Anything But Chardonnay” course will cover chardonnay, the world’s most well-known white wine, discussed and tasted in comparison with five other white wine grapes. Grape origin, wine-making style, wine service, storage and pairing with foods will be covered. Appropriate cheeses will be served as palate cleansers and to demonstrate food and wine compatibilities.
CE-WINE 2001, Oct. 18. #83750

ABC’s of Red Wine
This “Anything But Cabernet” course will cover cabernet sauvignon, the world’s most widely grown red wine, discussed and tasted in comparison with five other red wine grapes. Grape origin, wine-making style, wine service, storage, and pairing with foods will be covered. Appropriate cheeses will be served as palate cleansers and to demonstrate food and wine compatibilities.
CE-WINE 2000, Oct. 25. #83751