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European Roses and Cheese

Bangerter Crossing June 6, 2015  5:00PM – 7:00PM Wine Educator Sheral Schowe’s favorite color in the world is pink. It makes sense that her favorite type of wine is pink as well. Join us as she busts the myth about pink wines being a bad wine and teaches us...
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Spanish Wine and Cheese

Artisans of Cedar City |Monday, May 18, 2015 | from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM (MDT) 94 West Center Street, Cedar City UT 84720 Spain is developing and promoting new wine regions every year, with many styles of wines, from dozens of grape varieties. In this class, we will...
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Refreshing Summer White Wines

Emigration Market June 11, 2015  6:30PM – 8:30PMIt’s time to bring stock up on the wines which pair the best with salads, veggies, seafood and poultry. From vegetarian to BBQ, there is a white wine which will create the perfect pairing. This class will feature six white wine varieties...
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Refreshing Summer Whites

Emigration Market June 11, 2015  6:30PM – 8:30PM It’s time to bring stock up on the wines which pair the best with salads, veggies, seafood and poultry. From vegetarian to BBQ, there is a white wine which will create the perfect pairing. This class will feature six white wine...
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French Wine Scholar

French Wine Scholar: Languedoc Roussillon

Technically, Languedoc and Roussillon are in fact two distinct regions with separate historical and cultural backgrounds. However, in 1972 they were joined administratively and together comprise the largest winemaking region in southern France and share the same grape varieties. The area is more frequently referred to as “Languedoc Roussillon”....
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French Wine Scholar

French Wine Scholar: Bordeaux

We’ve arrived in the South of France this week in class. So, we turn our attention to Bordeaux and the wines of Southwest France. The wines of Bordeaux are a revered French wine icon. They are age-worthy and highly prized. When Robert Parker launched <em>Wine Advocate and fell in...
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