STEP ONE: Select your Saturday STEP TWO: Invite the people STEP THREE: You're there!
We're always looking for ways to make Boston Wine School better. Now imagine taking your favorite Boston Wine School class about your favorite wines with all your favorite people. Welcome to Tasting For 12 where you pay one flat fee for up to 12 people and the 3-hour dinner class is all yours. Pick your Saturday night wine theme + menu from our list of great tasting classes and we take it from there.
Regularly $129 a person - It's like getting one ticket free!
Best of all, it's a bargain: you save almost $200 over buying your tickets separately.
CLASS THEMES (subject to change based on availability and inspiration)
Jan 28 Burgers & Bordeaux
Feb 4 Wine Tasting For The Complete Novice
Feb 25 Taking The Bite Out Of Whiskey
Mar 11 How To Taste Wine And Why
Mar 18 A Night In Southern France
Mar 25 Taking The Bite Out Of Whiskey
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
This tasting assumes some exposure to wine but little formal wine knowledge. This program is appropriate for both consumers and professionals in all wine, food, hospitality and service industries.
WHAT WE BELIEVE
At the Boston Wine School, we are a 100% Wine Snob Free Zone. We believe that learning about wine involves learning about yourself, and we promise to challenge all our students to do that. Our goal is to help you understand deeply and communicate completely what you are experiencing when you are enjoying a glass of wine or a morsel of food.
Guests, students and certificate candidates must meet the legal minimum age for the retail purchase of alcoholic beverages in the country where the program is being held: 21 in the USA and 18 in China.
ABOUT THE MIDDLE GRAY www.TheMiddleGray.com
The Middle Gray is a collaborative arts hybrid space that highlights an art gallery/event venue, a fully equipped rustic-style bar, a spacious prep kitchen, and an open-floor state-of-the-art kitchen. The goal is to use all these resources to build a community of creative individuals and foster collaboration between them. The Middle Gray also wants to allow the coexistence of all kinds of arts under one roof, and it strives to create more options and contribute to the advancement of the art and cultural scene in the Boston area and to the growth of young promising local creatives. It is also important for us to create a place that allows accessibility to the arts and art education.