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WNY To Play Host to World's Driest Wine Class


This landed in Buzz's inbox just in time for happy hour. The Starpoint Public School System  -- we learned where that is on Sunday -- is announcing an Adult Education Wine Class.


The WINE APPRECIATION course offering is designed for those with little or no previous wine knowledge, as well as those who are more knowledgeable.  The class will be tailored to fit the attendees.  The course includes: a systematic approach to wine tasting; an introduction to and comparison of a range of wine styles; food and wine matching; wine storage; viticulture and vinification; wines and grape types; and the wine regions of the world.  An opportunity to taste the wines at a licensed facility off school property will be arranged.

Attendees will gain a whole new appreciation for wine and how to differentiate wines from different regions of the world. The course is being held on Thursdays starting February 27th through May 1st, from 7:00 p.m. -- 8:00 p.m. for 8 weeks. No class March 27th and April 17th. Course fee is $59. 

For more information please contact Michael J. VonHeckler at or (716) 352-2750.

There is so much to love about this wine class!

"A licensed facility off school property." We love how they say that and not "a nearby bar."

Also the bit about the class being tailored to fit the attendees. That is brave. What if someone insists on Blue Nun? Or Lake Niagara? 

Buzz wants to sign up and do that.

Somebody has to!


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