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French Wine Scholar in Santa Clara, Utah

The French Wine Scholar post nominal certification course is up and running in Santa Clara, between Ivins and Saint George, Utah. We are meeting one Sunday every month at the The Granary, a French-inpspired Bistro, owned by French native and Chef, Patricia Johnson. Each month we discuss, learn, and...
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French Wine Dinner at The Granary

The Granary | Tuesday, June 23, 2015 | 7:00PM to 10:00PM 3105 Santa Clara Drive, Santa Clara, Utah 84765 This will be an extraordinary and very authentic French wine dinner prepared by a French Chef. The wines will be selected and presented by a certified French Wine Scholar. We...
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Magnificent Blends of Bordeaux

Bordeaux is the home to the majority of noble grape varieties and a region in France known for its’ blends. Discover the grapes responsible for the white, red, and dessert wines as you taste six Bordeaux wines paired with the cheeses of France. French Wine Scholar Sheral Schowe and...
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Chilean Wine Dinner

Chilean food is a diverse and flavorful combination of surf and turf.  Chef Aaron is preparing four courses that will make you feel like you just traipsed out of the Andes snacking on asado and quinoa risotto, plopped down on a beach eating fresh shellfish, and basked in the hot...
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South American Wines 101

Want to learn about the most famous grape varieties from Chile and Argentina? Wine Educator Sheral Schowe will present six wines that put these two countries on the wine map. From Torrontes to Malbec and Carmenère, there is much to be discovered from South America in the wine world.  Your...
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Magnificent Blends of Bordeaux

St. George    4.25.15    7:00 PM–9:00 PM Bordeaux is the home to the majority of noble grape varieties and a region in France known for its’ blends. Discover the grapes responsible for the white, red, and dessert wines as you taste six Bordeaux wines paired with the cheeses of France....
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