Houston Arboretum presents Wings & Wine

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Houston Arboretum ravine bridge
Photo by Christina Spade

What’s the link between Burrowing Parrots, Black-necked Swans, and Bonarda grapes? The same quirks of climate and geology that make great wines also create rich and unique bird habitat. At this virtual event, guests will go from the wild coast of Chile, home to refreshing wines and Giant Hummingbirds, to the mountain valleys of Argentina, where glacial rivers feed Malbec grapes and flamingos alike. As guests taste three wines, they’ll learn about the landscape qualities that produce such wonderful flavors and support such interesting birds.

This package (valued at $125) 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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This is a virtual event.

Ticket Info

$85-$95