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Houston Arboretum presents Climate & Minerality: Flavors of Argentina

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Geology and climate can tell an intricate story about a vineyard and its history. During this virtual educational wine experience, guests will travel through the foothills of the Andes to the famous region of Mendoza, where they’ll explore the geological differences that give these wines their unique flavor profiles. Sommeliers use words like earthy and chalky to describe the minerality of wine, but how do you detect those flavors and what do those terms really mean? This class will examine how climate and soil types impact the taste of wine and explore hidden micro-ecosystems beneath the surface.

This package (valued at $110) includes three bottles of wine, two specialty Arboretum wine glasses, a charcuterie starter kit, and all educational resources for the class. A recording of this class will be available for a limited time.

Geology and climate can tell an intricate story about a vineyard and its history. During this virtual educational wine experience, guests will travel through the foothills of the Andes to the famous region of Mendoza, where they’ll explore the geological differences that give these wines their unique flavor profiles. Sommeliers use words like earthy and chalky to describe the minerality of wine, but how do you detect those flavors and what do those terms really mean? This class will examine how climate and soil types impact the taste of wine and explore hidden micro-ecosystems beneath the surface.

This package (valued at $110) includes three bottles of wine, two specialty Arboretum wine glasses, a charcuterie starter kit, and all educational resources for the class. A recording of this class will be available for a limited time.

Geology and climate can tell an intricate story about a vineyard and its history. During this virtual educational wine experience, guests will travel through the foothills of the Andes to the famous region of Mendoza, where they’ll explore the geological differences that give these wines their unique flavor profiles. Sommeliers use words like earthy and chalky to describe the minerality of wine, but how do you detect those flavors and what do those terms really mean? This class will examine how climate and soil types impact the taste of wine and explore hidden micro-ecosystems beneath the surface.

This package (valued at $110) includes three bottles of wine, two specialty Arboretum wine glasses, a charcuterie starter kit, and all educational resources for the class. A recording of this class will be available for a limited time.

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Virtual
https://houstonarboretum.org/events/climate-minerality-flavors-of-argentina/

TICKET INFO

$85-$95
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