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Introduction to Wine (BAR 1801)

Join Robyn Schindel, Saskatchewan Wine Representative, for a fun and informal introduction to wine. This class is for both the beginner and experienced wine lover. You will take a virtual tour of the wine making process from vineyard to glass and sample 6 different wines. You will learn how grapes are grown; how wine is made; and how to properly taste wine. You will also experiment with food components and discover how acidity in wine and acidity in food work together, greatly enhancing the wine experience. This class is an eye opener for anyone who loves to cook.

For maximum enjoyment please refrain from wearing perfumes and scented lotions.

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Bar Management/Mixology (BAR 280)

You will acquire the knowledge and develop the skills needed to produce and serve quality beverages in a responsible manner. You will also learn how to control product costs in a commercial establishment.

Class participants must be 19 years of age or older.

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Food and Wine Pairings (COOK 1874)

Knowing which wine goes with which food can make a difference to your selection of wine and menu. Join Wine Representative, Robin Schindel, for an interactive and entertaining evening where you will learn to pair the right wine with the right food and thereby enhance your eating pleasure. Must be 19 years of age to register.

For maximum enjoyment please refrain from wearing perfumes and scented lotions.

Fee: $80
CRNStart DateLocation
CRN: 04-121May 13, 2014
T, 7-10 pm
Register online, by mail or in Regina

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