LCBO Nepean Crossroads | 543 West
Hunt Club Road, Nepean, Ontario
K2G 5W5 |
To register and purchase your
tickets please visit the Customer
Service Desk at the desired
location. Spaces are limited so book
your place soon.
It is not necessary to take one series
before another. Base your choice upon
your comfort level of the course content.
THURSDAYS, JANUARY 9, 16, 23, 30 | 6:30 – 8:30 PM
An Introduction to Wine Appreciation
(Four-week Course) – $100
White Wines Wow
Cultivate a new relationship with white wine. Sip and savour a step-by-step tasting of eight white wines that will broaden your wine vocabulary and reveal the fascinating complexities of classic whites.
Learn winemaking 101 and enhance your understanding of wine. Your palate will be developed by tasting eight classic reds.
Bring on the Bubbles
Not all sparkling wines are Champagne with a capital “C.” Taste styles from all over the world and learn how winemakers get those bubbles in the bottle.
Are all sherries sweet? Does all Port come from Portugal? Why do they put herbs in vermouth? Discover these answers and more...
Includes a special food-matching segment.
NEPEAN THURSDAYS, FEBRUARY 6, 13, 20, 27 | 6:30 – 8:30 PM
Wines of the New World
(Four-week Course) – $130
Australia: What’s Up Down Under
Australia knows what wine consumers want. Find out why Shiraz and other Aussie wines are becoming such a presence at our dinner tables.
California: Window on the West
Explore the wine regions of California, develop your tasting approach and get the latest on West Coast wines in the world market.
Spotlight: South America
Experience the unique tastes of Chile and Argentina while expanding your knowledge of wines made at the foot of the Andes.
Canada: Here at Home
Get acquainted with Canadian winemakingand the creation of the Vintners Quality Alliance(VQA) as you sample world-class wines fromOntario and British Columbia.
THURSDAYS, MARCH 6, 13, 20, 27 | 6:30 – 8:30 PM
Wines of the Old World
(Four-week Course) – $130
Vive la France!
While uncovering French wine appellations and regions, learn why the world looks to France as the benchmark for fine wines.
From the top of the boot to its toe, there isn’t a region in Italy that doesn’t grow grapes for wine. Taste the quality and romance of winesfrom Piedmont, Tuscany, Sicily and more.
Say “Si” to Spain
Hot temperatures, dry climate and more grapegrowing acreage than any other country in the world! Explore Spain’s traditions, innovations and Tempranillo and Palomino grapes (which easily challenge Cabernet and Chardonnay).
Journey to Germany
You might think Germany is too cold to grow quality wine grapes. Think again! Discover how German winemakers face this challenge, and get familiar with their wine labels and unique quality grading system.
We reserve the right to cancel or postpone
classes (in which case,
participants will be notified
and fully reimbursed or offered
a credit). A refund or transfer
is available up to five days
before class(es) begin. No
refunds or transfers for missed
class(es). Participants must be
19 years of age or older.
*PRICE INCLUDES ALL APPLICABLE TAXES.