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Re: Toot, toot--my own horn...

by Thomas » Tue Apr 18, 2006 9:59 am

Dan,

W. can't pronounce Canandaigua; it keeps coming out of his mouth sounding like new-cue-lar, and I wouldn't even try to get him to spell it...

Ed,

The class is about wine in general; it is titled "What is wine?" It covers history, grape growing, climatic differences, explaining appellations, winemaking, wine components, pairing with food, buying wine, ordering in restaurants, reading labels, et al. But it is not a deep study course--it is geared to give the consumer enough information to feel secure and to want to continue the search.

The featured role is played by all New York wine, so I make my points by mostly using NY wine, and often comparing NY wine with the rest of the world's wine.
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Re: Toot, toot--my own horn...

by Ed Draves » Tue Apr 18, 2006 11:59 am

sounds fantastic.
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Re: Toot, toot--my own horn...

by Steve Guattery » Tue Apr 18, 2006 7:05 pm

Thomas wrote:I don't know much more about the Grand Opening, but when I do I'll post it. I believe there will be an opening for the press and perhaps another for the public.


Many thanks. Sounds like it will be a great addition to the Canandaigua scene.
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