Saturday Morning Wine Seminar at Rialto

Mark your calendars for the autumnal installments of Rialto‘s Fall Wine Classes, which pick up where the spring series left off. Classes, guided by general manager and wine director Patrick Dubsky, start at 11:00am and cost $45 per class per person. Classes usually include six to eight wines and nibbles prepared by chef Jody Adams herself.
On Saturday, October 4thOld World vs. New World: A Blind Tasting of Classic Wines. Can you tell a French Pinot Noir from its counterpart in Oregon? Dubsky will challenge guests in a blind test to decipher which of several classic wines is from Europe or America. Afterward, he’ll reveal and discuss the varietal and origin of each and explain their differences.
On Saturday, November 8thIt’s Party Wine!. Every year there are new deals on undiscovered wines that taste like gold medal winners, but cost no more than your average bottle. Whether the goal is to pair wines with an intimate dinner or host a cocktail party for 100, Dubsky will give insiders advice on finding wines that work, for less than you’d imagine.
On Saturday, December 6thHome, Sweet Rhone. Is the California wine industry a worthy rival for the world-renowned Rhone Valley? In this class, Dubsky explores several of California’s best winemakers and their interpretations of traditional Viognier, Roussane, Syrah, Grenache and Mourvedre wines.
Call 617.661.5050 for more information.

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