Add to Calendar 2024-03-14T18:00:00 2024-03-14T20:00:00 America/Denver March Educational Wine Tasting
Corks and Conversation: Beyond the Straw Basket
Join us for the third edition of Corks and Conversation as Pearl Wine Company teams up with Scott Thomas of Grappolo Wine School, for an evening of conviviality and engaging dialogue centered entirely on one grape variety...Sangiovese.
 
Many often associate Sangiovese with Chianti, but many do not recognize that Sangiovese is arguably Italy’s most important red grape. While Sangiovese is most certainly famous for Chianti, there is more to this variety that just one region. Sangiovese can be found across multiple regions producing wines in many shades and styles.
 
In this unique tasting journey we will traverse the iconic regions of Tuscany, from the renowned appellations of Chianti Classico to the esteemed vineyards of Montalcino. Our adventures will cross the rugged terrain of the Apennine mountains, unveiling the distinct flavors of Emilia Romagna, before descending into the picturesque landscapes of Umbria as we taste 6 Sangiovese-based wines showcasing how “terroir” (climate, winemaking, cultural influences) defines this beautiful variety.
 
Limited to 50 people. 

March Educational Wine Tasting

March 14, 2024 at 6:00PM - 8:00PM

Location: The Cube
Corks and Conversation: Beyond the Straw Basket
Join us for the third edition of Corks and Conversation as Pearl Wine Company teams up with Scott Thomas of Grappolo Wine School, for an evening of conviviality and engaging dialogue centered entirely on one grape variety...Sangiovese.
 
Many often associate Sangiovese with Chianti, but many do not recognize that Sangiovese is arguably Italy’s most important red grape. While Sangiovese is most certainly famous for Chianti, there is more to this variety that just one region. Sangiovese can be found across multiple regions producing wines in many shades and styles.
 
In this unique tasting journey we will traverse the iconic regions of Tuscany, from the renowned appellations of Chianti Classico to the esteemed vineyards of Montalcino. Our adventures will cross the rugged terrain of the Apennine mountains, unveiling the distinct flavors of Emilia Romagna, before descending into the picturesque landscapes of Umbria as we taste 6 Sangiovese-based wines showcasing how “terroir” (climate, winemaking, cultural influences) defines this beautiful variety.
 
Limited to 50 people. 
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