Wine Regions

white and redSouth of the Border: Wines of Chile and Argentina

Get ready to take a trip south of the border with Pinot Boutique as your guide! South America does not typically come to mind when one thinks of wine, but it should, as this region has a rich history with varietals. This class will feature two unique and often over-looked wine-producing areas of the world, Chile and Argentina. Chile has a widely unknown history surrounding wine dating back to the 16th century. Argentina has just as rich a history as the fifth largest producer of wine in the world–its roots coming from Spanish wines.

During this tasty tasting, we will be tasting the styles of wine that best demonstrate these regions’ strengths. And like all of our featured international tastings–passports are not required! Impress your friends and family with your new knowledge of these two unique wine producers, and expand your own palette along the way!

Wines of Spain

http://www.dreamstime.com/stock-images-red-wine-olives-image11282644Spain’s two neighbors, Italy and France, are both world-renowned for their production of and history surrounding wine and varietals. But let’s not leave Spain off this list of best wine producers! Spain has more than 2.9 bullion–yes that is right, billion–acres planted for wine production. This makes it the leader in acreage planted for wine in the world! Along with this title is its title as the third-largest producer of wine worldwide.

Travel across the Atlantic to learn the differences between Rioja vs Rueda, Verdejo vs Viura, and Vinos de la Mesa vs Vinos de la Tierra!  Delve into this rich history and become an expert on some of the most cherished varietals in the world. You’ll enjoy five Spanish wines, including typical varietals like Tempranillo and Garnacha, while stories will be told about the grapes, wine-making process and the history of Spain.

TICKETS $29/person