As folks who know your Field Correspondent are well aware, cheap is good when it comes to wine.
Yes, even French wine, which is the subject of this Saturday’s Winery U class at Dry Comal Creek Vineyards.
You don’t have to spend a fortune to get a good wine from France, but you do need some knowledge about history, labeling and growing regions.
Lucky for you, that’s what we’re providing, along with tastings of an assortment of reasonably priced gems from across the land, from Burgundy to Bordeaux, the Loire to Provence.
Armed with some knowledge, you’ll be able to march across the French wine aisles and understand that white Burgundy is Chardonnay, pink wine starts out as red, and Muscadet has nothing to do with Muscadine, Muscadelle or even Moscato.
Click on through to sign up.