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Wine and Spirit Seminars

General Information About the Classes

  • Proof of vaccination is not required and use of mask is at your own discretion
  • All classes will take place in the seminar room at Marketview Liquor
  • All participants must be 21 years to attend (ID required)
  • All classes are $35 (some higher) per person (to be paid on-line only in advance of class)
  • Each class holds a maximum of 30 people (may vary based on class)
  • Reservations are REQUIRED

Super Tuscans
Some people define super Tuscan as a Tuscan blend made with cabernet sauvignon or other international varieties. Others define it as a wine that breaks ranks with Italy’s strict Denominazione di Origine Controllata (DOC) quality regime. Others define it as any expensive wine from Tuscany. The truth is super Tuscan is all those things – and none of those things! A super Tuscan can be a 100 percent expression of sangiovese or a blend of international varieties. It can be a DOC wine, and in fact many are, and it can span any price point from $8 to $400. The term “Super-Tuscan” is not an official designation so that term doesn’t usually appear on wine bottle labels. Producers have great flexibility in the names they give to their Super-Tuscan wines and most bear the name of some ancestor or family member, some geographic feature of the estate or vineyard, or simply on some personal whimsy. Broadly speaking, a Super-Tuscan wine is in effect a proprietary wine created to reflect individual producer’s style and creativity. Join us as we taste a selection of wines that are perfect for the coming cooler weather!

Date: Wednesday, Oct. 20th

Time: 6pm-7pm

Price: $35