The Loire Valley is home to some of France’s most exciting and affordable white wines. Although it is easy to talk about the Loire as being a single region, it is generally more helpful to think of it as a catchall term for many smaller regions, each with a unique wine style to contribute. The Loire Valley, which stretches far more East-West than North-South, has roughly 185,000 acres of grapevine plantings. These plantings produce wines that run the stylistic gamut, from dry, crisp Muscadet to some sweet styles of Vouvray. And this is not to even to mention some of the wines for which the Loire maintains worldwide acclaim, such as Chenin Blanc from Savennières and world famous Sauvignon Blanc from Sancerre and Pouilly-Fumé. With so many different styles of wine being produced in the Loire, we figured a Wine Class would be a fun way to begin the exploration.
We hope you will consider joining us for a wine class on the white wines of the Loire Valley. Here are some details:
To make a reservation for this wine class, please email Brent Bracamontes at firstname.lastname@example.org. You will be notified via email when you have successfully enrolled in the class. If you need to cancel a reservation, please contact Brent before Friday, March 31st to avoid a late cancellation charge.