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Without question, Italy provides a staggering percentage of the world's most distinctive and exalted wines. In addition, the sheer breadth of styles they produce is equally impressive. From the minerally perfumed whites of the Tre Venezie and Val d'Aosta to the dark, powerful reds of Sicily and Campania, this country continues to be a formidable force in winemaking as it has been since before Romulus and Remus first found Rome.
Admittedly, the north has long dominated the wine scene in Italy, with the wines of Piedmont (Barolo, Barbaresco...), Veneto (Amarone...), and Alto Adige (Schiava, Lagrein...) joining suit with Tuscany (Brunello, Chianti...), yet the wines of the south are making their case and doing it well with their rich, distinctive offerings that taste of flowers, spice, and pepper all at once. From the south we will sample Primitivo, Salice Salentino, Taurasi, the gorgeous mineral and apricot scented wines of Campania, and others. These wines are all quite distinct from one another, yet collectively they present a vivid picture of Italy, and all it has to offer.
Which wines are worth hunting down and getting to know? We believe they all are, yet only you can decide as the bottles will speak for themselves on this night dedicated, ultimately, to all things Italian (including extraordinary cheeses & breads from).
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Andrew Harwood, Founder
Andrew Harwood has worked in nearly every facet of the wine industry over the last ten years. His love of wine started while working in a number of the country's best dining rooms. Yet his true passion was discovered while making wine in Hungary, France, and California.
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Taste and enjoy wine in a relaxed garden environment. After sampling and discussing an assortment of white and red wines, you'll have a better grasp of what it means for a wine to be called dry, tannic, fruitforward, or acidic. We will also cover how different grape species, wine-making techniques, and the land itself influence how a specific wine...
Sunday May 31st, 2pm - 4pm
Taste 6+ wines from our selection of Hoboken restaurants. Delicious bites included! PAIR Wine Tours are an excellent way to visit several restaurants in one afternoon. Your sommelier/tour guide will lead your group to three restaurants or two restaurants and one wine shop in a popular neighborhood. Enjoy culturally distinct restaurants with at...
Sunday May 31st, 3pm - 5pm
Important Notice - Understandably, some people may see Hungary and Croatia and assume the class will feature esoteric wines that may be "interesting", yet unlikely to be purchased by you anytime soon. These wines, however, represent some of the most dynamic, interesting, and delicious wines available today. If you like Sancerre, lively Rieslings,...
Saturday May 9th, 3pm - 5pm
Foundation Course is designed to provide an in-depth overview of major grape varieties and their regions, in addition to a focused introduction to tasting and sensory analysis. The 6-week course also covers key concepts of grape-growing and winemaking. The goal is to expose students to the impact of climate and soil on a grape’s expression...
Wednesday May 6th, 6:30pm - 8:30pm(6 sessions)
Long are the days of jammy and full body Malbecs of Argentina. Today, some of the best Malbec come from high altitudes with coolers climates. Pinot Noirs are shining stars in the Patagonia region. Join us and taste through a selection of non-classic Argentine wines and learn the impact of weather in wine production. Enjoy some Spanish cheeses, ham,...
Thursday Jun 4th, 6pm - 7pm
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