Pinot Noir is one of the most complicated wines out there. The grapes, as well as the wines, are very sensitive to choices made by those tending them. Winemakers say that Pinot Noir can be very challenging and making wine from it can be unpredictable. The wines themselves taste dramatically different from each other as they are so very influenced by the soil, the weather, and the winemaker. On Saturday March 21st we’ll be sampling 4 of them: 2 from the Burgundy region of France along with 2 domestics from Oregon. Come taste the differences, and enjoy pairing them with small plates prepared by Jacki at The Kitchen at Arcadia Books.
$35 per person. 4 pm Saturday March 21st. at the White School.