Event Details

Location: Minneapolis, MN

So were you a Cornell student who took the Introduction to Wines class? Whether you did or not, come mingle and learn with fellow alumni at our first wine tasting event! We promise, this experience will be much less rigorous.

Wednesday, August 1, 2018
7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Register Here using Promo Code “Cornell” for a 20% discount.

North Loop Wine & Spirits
218 North Washington Avenue
Minneapolis, MN 55401

It’s a category of wines that many of us have grown to love dearly. Dry
pink wines, typical of what’s consumed in southern France, are
refreshing, bright, clean, and wonderful. More importantly, they are
reflective of their place and of the grapes that were used to make them.

In this best of its kind event, we’ll taste a huge range of dry
pink wines from around the world. Pinot Noir, Syrah, Grenache,
Tempranillo, Cabernet Franc, and more will tasted or discussed.
California, Italy, France, Spain, Oregon, and more will be represented.

is a complete overview of the world of rosé wines, from production
methods to shopping hints and tips, and everything in between.

dive deep into the four methods of production for dry pink wines and
how they differ in the end result. We’ll also discuss Rosé Champagne and why it’s a different animal entirely when it comes to pink wines.

This class is guaranteed to be an eye opener for all! The range of styles, prices, and quality available for rosé wines has never been greater. Come learn about this amazing category to plan your summer drinking!

For event questions, please contact Marcelo Garza at mg266@cornell.edu.