Four Specialized Wine Classes

. August 31, 2018.
Pair of wine glasses

Local wine expert Nicholas Kubiak will open your mind to the fruit of the vine with four specialized wine classes as part of Lourde’s Lifelong Learning Program. First, on Tuesday, September 11, discover New York Wines during a historical look at a wine industry that began in the late 1660s. On Tuesday, September 25, Mitten Wines looks at Michigan winemaking, which was first recorded in 1679. In November, Bordeaux is the focus on the 6th and Perfect Holidays Wines are highlighted on the 20th.

$25 per class for members | $37 per class for non-members
All classes run from 6:30-8:30pm and include tastings
Bring your own food accompaniments
The Franciscan Center of Lourdes University
6832 Convent Blvd. | Sylvania
419-517-8950 | Lourdes.edu

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