Free Weekly Wine Classes at Park Place
Learn something new with other local wine lovers! Come join us every Wednesday from 5:30 – 6:30PM for an ongoing series of intimate educational classes led by Park Place sommeliers Lisa Schock & Chris Miller.
Wednesday, October 25th – Wines to Drink this Fall
Ahh fall…crisp air, sweaters, pumpkins and the smell of burning wood somewhere in the distance. With the change of seasons, comes a change in our imbibing. Bye-bye pink wine, hello lush, spicy reds, rich, aromatic whites and sassy sparkling ciders. You’ll leave this class with a fun, diverse cachet of bottles to savor throughout our beautiful autumn.
Wednesday, November 15th – ‘Go To’ Thanksgiving Wines
One of the most important parts of the Thanksgiving feast is the wine choice. With so many different flavors on the menu selecting wines to partner them can be a daunting task. Should you choose one all-purpose wine or several to accent the different flavors of all the dishes. We’ll have a great time guiding you through some tried-and-true pairings that will make it all a breeze.
Wednesday, December 13th – Holiday Wine Bootcamp – Find the Perfect Match for Your Holiday Meal
The Holiday Season is not only about the pop of a champagne cork. While food is the centerpiece of many holiday celebrations, the wine on the table can sometimes be the real star especially when it enhances and compliments the foods of the feast. Whether Christmas Eve seafood, Christmas Day roasts, or New Year’s Day brunch, the trick is to identify what the most pronounced flavor and textural elements are in a dish and target a wine specifically to them. Come sip through wines that can complement any of your holiday celebrations…from bubbly to Amarone!
Stay tuned for additional classes which will resume in January!
Have you attended on of our wine classes? In search of wine pairings? You can comment here on our blog, on Facebook or in the store. We are excited to hear from you! We also deliver locally, to East Hampton, Wainscot, Bridgehampton, Sag Harbor, and Montauk.
—Pauline Fink, Staff