South African Wine Class
When: Saturday, September 21, 2019, 6 to 8 PM
Where: Neglia Hall, The Basilica of Saint Peter
Fee: $35 per person + an hors d'oeuvre! (And you'll need two wine glasses per person!)
Check or cash accepted. Checks should be made payable to Erlinda Doherty.
RSVP by Wednesday, September 18, to Mark Huguley (firstname.lastname@example.org) and let him know:
Hors d'oeuvre you're bringing
Download the flyer and RSVP form
Join fellow parishioners for an educational, inspirational, and interactive class on the wines of South Africa! Since the end of Apartheid, South Africa has re-emerged as an innovative, quality-driven, and diverse wine producer. Learn about its 300-year-old legacy of winemaking and how pioneering young wine makers have made South Africa one of the most exciting--and most underrated--wine regions of the world. Enjoy a flight of 7 wines with light fare while Erlinda A. Doherty, Sommelier+ Wine Columnist + Wine Educator, guides us through this lively event. All adults of the parish are invited. Based on attendance, we will assess interest in a periodic gathering of adults who are beyond the young professional age and seek an opportunity for discussion similar to the “tapping theology” initiative.