If you’re ready to immerse yourself in the pleasures of wine, chocolate, and cheese, ENO has the perfect wine class for you. Browse our wine event calendar to find out more about upcoming classes and seminars in the Bay Area, Chicago, Laguna, and San Diego today at our ENO locations:
ENOversity 2015 Schedule:
February 22: Syrah
March 22: Organic/ Bio Dynamic Wine
April 19: Wine Tasting 101
May 17: Women Winemakers
June 28: the Noble Varietals
July 19: Mediterranean Wines
August 23: Argentina and Chile
September 20: Loire
October 18: Pacific Northwest
November 15: Spain and Portugal
December 13: Sparkling
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Class is in Session.
ENO is excited to announce its ENOversity class lineup with a variety of education classes led by ENO’s in-house wine geeks Sabrina Kroeger and Roberto Picado. During each ENOversity class, guests will taste five wines paired with charcuterie, cheese and chocolate.
March 18th, 6-8pm - Oenos Imports- Athanasios Papanikolaou from Oenos Imports will be our wine expert hosting the ENOversity in March. They specialize in Greek and Italian Wines, and you can find many of their Greek Wines at Eno as well as wines from Chateau Maris from France where he represents.
April 22nd, 6-8pm - Paradise Springs Winery- Tastings from a Winery right near DC, in Clifton Virginia.
May 20th, 6-8pm - Early Mountain Vineyards- Enjoy wines from this Vineyard located in Madison VA.
March 1 - "Somm might say" - Join us for an exciting guided blind- tasting
During a guided and interactive blind-tasting, guests will form unbiased opinions on five wines from around the world, typical of their terroir. Students will leave with customized cheat sheets to assist with future wine tastings
April 5 – “Budbreak” -Celebrate Spring with the world’s favorite Rose wines
To celebrate Spring, Rosé wine will be the topic of discussion. The class will concentrate on the 2013 Paradise Springs "Nana's Rosé", Clifton, Virginia, the 2013 Le Pas de L'Escalette Ze Roze, Languedoc, France, and the 2013 Kivelstadt "Twice Removed", Rosé of Mourvedre, from Sonoma County, California, amongst others.
May 3 – “Oaked?” -Comparing Old World and New World Chardonnay
Students will study Chardonnays from different regions such as the Domaine de Bois d’Yver Chablis from France, Yellow and Blue Chardonnay from Lodi, California, and a selection from Italy and Australia.
June 7 – “Not too sweet” Riesling- Quite a variety!
All about Riesling, participants of this session will sample varieties from Germany, Austria, New York, Washington State, and Australia. Featured wine include Pewsey Vale Riesling from Eden Valley Australia and Melsheimer's Kabinett Riesling from Mosei, Germany.
July 1 – “Who needs Lemonade?” The World’s favorite Sauvignon Blancs (Sancerre, New Zealand, USA)
August 2 – “Beat the heat with Pinot Gris” – Italy, Washington, Oregon, Alsace, Virginia (Rosemont)
September 6 – “Harvest in the North” – Northern Hemisphere Classics (France, Italy, Germany, Spain, USA)
October 4 – “The rise of Virginia Wines” – History, wine making, best examples of quality
November 1 – “Thanks for Malbec” – Comparing Styles - France & Argentina
December 6 – “What to drink for Xmas” – classic wine pairings with holiday celebration food
Space is limited and reservations are required. To purchase tickets call 202-295-2826 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Stay tuned for the 2014 ENOversity schedule!
Bringing the California Wine Country and wine educators to ENO every weekend for the passionate wine connoisseur.
Tasting Fees range from $20 - $40 per person, contact resort reservations for additional information: (650) 712-7040.
Being an enophile is more than appreciating great wine - it's a lifestyle. At ENO, we celebrate good taste with a world-class array of international wines, cheese, and chocolates. Attracting both novices and aficionados, our wine events and classes offer a casual, educational, and most important, fun tasting experience for all.Learn More