South African Wine Class

South African Wine Class

South Africa has a rich history in wine. In fact, the first vineyard was planted in 1655 and the first-ever vintage was bottled in 1659.

Thursday, April 28th, 2022
Time: 6:00 pm
Location: Seven Sisters Sampling Loft
RSVP 218-847-2337
This class is for individuals age 21+
Fee: $5 • You will get a $5 coupon to use the night of the class for $5 off your purchase.

• Space is limited, call to reserve your spot today! •

This class is free for Wine Club members.
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Join us for a class on South African wine!

South Africa has a rich history in wine, in fact the first vineyard was planted in 1655 and the first ever vintage was bottled in 1659. Wine production in South Africa went through a tumultuous period during the 19th and 20th centuries as the industry received minimal international attention and production far exceeded demand.

It wasn’t until the 1990’s when Apartheid ended and the world export market opened up. Today, production and viticulture is all centered around Cape Town in an area known as the West Cape and is broken down into 60 appellations.

We’ll taste through a few wines to show what makes this viticultural area unique, from its grape varieties to its styles.

This class will be led by Amanda Rodriguez of Libation Project.

If you have any questions, please call the store and ask for Chelsey!

218-847-2337(BEER)
218-846-9463(WINE)

South African Wine Class

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