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San Francisco Wine School
Downtown San Jose
320 W Saint John St
Btwn Almaden Blvd & N Autumn St
San Jose, California 95110 Downtown San Jose
320 W Saint John St
Btwn Almaden Blvd & N Autumn St
San Jose, California 95110
Street parking is available.
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San Francisco Wine School strives to open up the world of wine to serious students and enthusiasts everywhere while helping people of all levels break into the wine industry, advance their career, or simply pursue their passions. Founded by Master Sommelier and Certified Wine Educator David Glancy,...
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Understanding the regions and categories of Italian Wine can be complicated. With extensive wine production in all 20 wine regions, hundreds of indigenous varietals, climates ranging from Alpine to Mediterranean and diverse soil types, Italian wine study can be daunting. It is critical for a CSW to have extensive knowledge to understand, appreciate,...
Sunday Aug 8th, 10am - 1pm Pacific Time
Sunshine, warm breezes, olive oil, wine and the Mediterranean Sea tie Portugal, Spain, Greece and several other countries together. Learn the similarities and differences of some of the oldest wine regions of the world and some of the trendsetting new wines, as well. We'll explore Cava, Rioja, Priorat, Ribera del Duero, Rias Baixas, Jerez,...
Sunday Aug 15th, 10am - 1pm Pacific Time
Don't underestimate the importance of Germany and Eastern Europe in the wine world. The wines of the former Austro-Hungarian Empire have much in common and just as many differences. Learn the regions, climate, grapes, complex labeling and many styles of wines from Germany, Austria, Hungary and more. We'll explore Spatburgunder, Riesling and...
Sunday Aug 22nd, 10am - 1pm Pacific Time
The United States is the world's fourth largest wine producer. In this class we cover the wines of California, Oregon, Washington, and other states, plus Canada and Mexico. Discover labeling laws, American Viticultural Areas, the history, climates and wine styles of each region. This workshop is part of the Certified Specialist of Wine...
Sunday Aug 29th, 10am - 1pm Pacific Time
Dive down under to explore all of the wines of the Southern Hemisphere in one course. These New World wine regions continue to challenge the supremacy of Old World regions and increase their market share worldwide. Learn about the regions, climates, grapes and wine styles of Chile, Argentina, New Zealand, Australia and South Africa. We'll explore...
Sunday Sep 12th, 10am - 1pm Pacific Time
Are you skilled in the sensory evaluation of wine? The practice of wine tasting requires a formalized methodology that includes understanding perceived wine flavors, aromas, and characteristics of wine. Sommeliers understand and can explain the structure, style, balance and quality of wine, as well identify winemaking flaws. This workshop is...
Monday Sep 13th, 6pm - 9pm Pacific Time
Learn to accurately assess acid, tannin, sugar and alcohol as our Industry Leading Instructors lead you through a tasting of 16 carefully manipulated wines to help you clearly delineate the different levels of each. This workshop is fun for novice-intermediate tasters and an important tune up for advanced tasters. This workshop is part...
Tuesday Sep 14th, 6pm - 8:30pm Pacific Time
“The Devil made Pinot Noir” – André Tchelistcheff We skip Blanc, Gris and all other Pinot as we fade to Noir. Pinot Noir is grown all over the world, though it is difficult and finicky. Learn its origins, other homes and characteristics. Discover how it varies based on climate, soils and traditions in various international regions...
Wednesday Sep 15th, 6pm - 8pm Pacific Time
Interest in Willamette Valley wines has skyrocketed in recent years. While Oregon produces just 1% of American wine by volume, it accounts for 20% of Wine Spectator magazines top-rated wines. Most of those are from the Willamette Valley, with its cool-climate Pinot Noir, lean Chardonnay, distinctive Riesling and, now, excellent Gamay. The...
Thursday Sep 16th, 6pm - 9pm Pacific Time
Learn to tune up your senses as you identify specific smells and tastes of various fruit, spice, herb and other elements as you blindly identify them in 12 carefully controlled sample wines. This is a far more effective approach than commercially available wine aroma kits made with essential oils that are not consumable or in a wine solution....
Tuesday Sep 21st, 6pm - 8:30pm Pacific Time
Travel the world of Syrah... Explore the power, elegance and versatility of Syrah/Shiraz and its potential to challenge Cab & Pinot as king of CA reds. Learn its origins, other homes and characteristics. Discover how Syrah varies based on climate, soils and traditions in various international regions through a guided tasting of 5-6...
Wednesday Sep 22nd, 6pm - 8pm Pacific Time
"God made Cabernet Sauvignon" - André Tchelistcheff Cabernet Sauvignon and the rest of the Bordeaux family of grapes are grown all over the world. Learn Cabernet’s origins, other homes and characteristics. Discover how it varies based on climate, soils and traditions in various international regions through a guided tasting of 5-6 wines....
Wednesday Sep 29th, 6pm - 8pm Pacific Time
If it were an American state, British Columbia would be our fifth largest producer of wine, just behind Oregon. It’s growing regions range from the verdant Vancouver Island to the gorgeous, lake-strung Okanagan Valley. It offers convincing wines from international varieties, such as Cabernet Franc and Gewurtztraminer, but also delightful wines from...
Thursday Sep 30th, 6pm - 9pm Pacific Time
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