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NY Wine Expo – Seminars #NYWE2013

27 Feb

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Getting excited for the NY Expo?  

Here are some amazing seminars that are being offered this weekend for purchase to compliment  your Grand Tasting! 

And remember to purchase discounted tickets {here}

Enjoy!

  • Wine 101: Taste Like a Pro with Wine Spectator’s Director of EducationGloria Maroti Frazee, Friday, March 1st at 6:00pm | Saturday, March 2nd at 11:30am – In this seminar, attendees will build the wine appreciation framework required for a lifetime of vinous adventure. Tasting a bounty of wine from around the world, they’ll learn the tasting techniques used by pros, explore important grapes, identify key wine styles and determine their own wine preferences.
  • California Pinot Noir: Touring The State’s Great Pinot Regions with David Rossi of Fulcrum Wine, Friday, March 1st at 7:00pm – Join winemaker David Rossi as he contrasts four of Fulcrum Wines’ highly acclaimedPinot Noir from the finest regions of California. This Napa winery specializes in producing small lots and is known for producing some of the country’s most sought afterPinot Noirs. Taste Fulcrum Floodgate Pinot Noir 2010 Russian River Valley, Fulcrum Gap’s Crown Pinot Noir 2010 Sonoma Coast, Fulcrum Pinot Noir 2010 Anderson Valley and Fulcrum Pinot Noir 2010 Brosseau Vineyard, Chalone- Monterey. Examine the background of each area and what makes it special by exploring wine tasting, food pairing, winemaking and grape growing. You’ll come away with a great knowledge ofPinot Noir from California and have a chance to taste some of the best examples available today.The Cool Climate, World
  • Class Wines of the Finger Lakes Saturday, March 2nd at Noon – The Finger Lakes region of New York State has undergone an evolution in quality and developed into a cool climate, world class wine growing region. Join Thomas Pastuszak,Wine Director at the NoMad in New York City, for a discussion and tasting of wines from the region. Learn about what makes the Finger Lakes the premier growing region for cool climate grape varieties in the United States and how it compares on a global level to other regions.
  • Italian Cheeses and Wine with Lou DiPalo, the Cheese Guru of DiPalo’s Fine Foods in Little Italy, NYC, Saturday, March 2, 2:30p – Don’t miss a chance to meet this most knowledgeable and passionate advocate for the cheeses and wines of Italy. Lou DiPalo will detail how typicity, provenance, and maturation regimes contribute to the irresistible quality of Italian cheese. Amongst the cheeses to be tasted will be Agriform’s Grana Padano, Piave, Asiago, and Valtellina Casera, with Italian wines selected for pairing perfection. You will leave this informative and tasty seminar with a bevy of expert suggestions on how best to entertain with Italian wine and cheese.

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