10) RIOJA – THE HEART OF SPANISH WINE

Date/Time
03/10/2020
7:30pm

Location
Hobbs Coffee House

Category(ies)


1 week 3/10 Ÿ

Tuition: $45

Rioja remains the pre-eminent winemaking region in Spain with a tradition dating back to 300 BCE.  The influence of French winemakers who left their ailing Bordeaux region vineyards in the 1850’s to make wine in Spain helped Rioja acquire its popular style of long aging in oak barrels. Rioja wines were often thought of as the “Spanish Bordeaux” but have a more delicate style similar to Burgundy. Get to know them and enjoy an evening of world class wines.

Instructors:  Richard Unti and Robert Peters have taught at the Main Line School, Temple University (Ambler Campus) and the Restaurant School at Walnut Hill. They are members of the Society of Wine Educators.

Hobbs Coffee House, 1 Park Avenue, Swarthmore

7:30-9:30pmŸ

Limit 36

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