Forks & Corks Announces Rescheduled Master Class Wine Seminar

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Rescheduled from its original January date due to inclement weather, the 2019 Forks & Corks Food & Wine Festival is offering foodies a second chance to experience its one-of-a-kind University Master Class on May 4. Led by seven world-renowned industry professionals and winemakers, this exclusive Wine Seminar will showcase 14 award-winning wines from around the globe.

Guests will swirl, sip and savor as the passionate and accomplished panel leads them on a guided tour of wine from around the globe. Following the theme of “Technique & Terroir: A Discussion of Old World & New World Wines,” the event will feature wines from California, Oregon, Portugal, Italy and more. Among the seven panelists are Steve Reynolds, Winemaker and Owner of Reynolds Family Winery; Bill Wolf, Winemaker and Owner of Eagle Eye Winery; Lorenzo Gatteschi, Winemaker for Podere Ciona; John Zelko, Winemaker and Owner of Z’IVO Wines.; and Bertrand Ambroise, Winemaker and Owner of Domaine Bertrand Ambroise.

Tickets are just $50 and include admission to the Master Class and admission to the Michael’s Wine Cellar Retail Tasting, immediately following.

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