A New Wine Tasting Series

The Cedar City Wine Club is planning on starting a series of special tastings of some wonderful and great wines. There are many superb well-crafted and artisanal wines that do not make it to Cedar City (and a few that do) and we would like to offer them to the club and provide a peek at the world of fine wine.

For example, we might taste Cabernet Sauvignon from Napa, Sonoma, Paso Robles, Washington State, Australia and France to see how that variety differs from region to region. There are Champagne houses that own comparable properties in California. How do they compare? What are Rieslings like from New York, Germany and New Zealand? There are many, many possibilities here. And your suggestions would be more than welcome.

The cost for these events would vary based on both the price and number of the wines to be tasted.  This could range from $20 to $40 per person. There would be a limit on attendees to no more than 20 at each event. We would combine the wine tasting with a discussion of the wines and what makes them special and unique.

There would also be appropriate cheeses to accompany the wines and possibly other foods that would pair well with the wines chosen. These would be in addition to our social events and any wine dinners that would be scheduled.

These tastings will be open only to members. If you are not yet a member of the Cedar City Wine Club, join now at info@cedarcitywineclub.com. Membership is free.

If you think you would like to be part of these special tastings, let us know. We will maintain a separate mailing list for them so members who are not interested would not see their inbox flooded with unwanted email.  We hope to hear from you about this exciting new series.

And stay tuned for information about our next regular event as soon as details are confirmed.

Cheers!

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4 Comments

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4 responses to “A New Wine Tasting Series

  1. Linda Adams

    Hi Larry, Please put me on the e-mail list for the wine tasting series.

    Thanks, Linda Adams

    Sent from my iPad

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  2. Pam Bina

    Sounds like a nice optional addition to the usual tasting events.

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