Natural and Orange Wines: Everything you need to know
March 9 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm$55.00
Twin Cities Wine presents a special night of important and accurate information on two very imporant parts of the wine world.
Natural and Orange wines: everything you need to know.
These are two categories of the wine world that are currently hot. Very hot. And full of misinformation.
What makes a wine “natural” as opposed to organic, biodynamic, or sustainable? Can a big winery be “natural” or does it have to be small? What are the tell tale signs and what can be expected from natural wine? What in the world is Pet Nat? What is orange wine and where is it from?
These questions and many more will be answered in this new class. While we taste six outstanding selections we’ll discuss the controversy in the wine world about these topics, how to find the biggest bang for the buck, where in town to experience such wines, and we’ll look into the cystal ball and discuss the future.
A special night with a ton to learn. We hope you can join us!
***Terms and conditions***
By purchasing tickets to a Twin Cities Wine Education event you agree to the following:
All ticket purchasers and attendees must be over 21 years of age with legal identification.
No refunds within 7 days for wine classes, and no refunds available at all for larger “Grand Tasting” events including Bubbles and Fries, Wine Geek Week, etc. Refunded tickets do not include a refund of Eventbrite ticketing fees, which are at the expense of the ticket purchaser. All tickets are transferrable.
Think of your ticket as you would a ticket to the Guthrie, a concert, or a sporting event. No refunds for no-shows or illness, but you can always send someone in your place.
Weather policy: Should a class be rescheduled due to weather, you will be informed via your registration email. If you cannot attend the new date, we offer a 50% credit toward a future class booked within 30 days. If a class is not rescheduled, but the weather is bad, it is at the discretion of Twin Cities Wine regarding a 50% credit.
We aim to start all classes on time, please arrive a touch early. No meals are served at the classes unless specified. For classes at North Loop Wine and Spirits, parking is generally available for free with a permit from the store but is not guaranteed. (Certain nights, especially with Twins baseball games occurring, may result in paying to park.)
Twin Cities Wine Education reserves the right, at our own judgment, to refuse service to anyone for any reason during the class.