Fullerton Wine Course: Winemaking 101


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Navigate fermentation decisions from the use of resident yeast versus inoculating with commercial yeast, to controlling temperatures, to deciding how often and when to punch down the cap (skins sitting atop the fermenting juice). Learn by tasting our young 2016 wines, some still fermenting, as well as examples from past vintages.

The Fullerton Wine Course offers attendees an engaging and personal experience. Each class incorporates curated insights into the chosen topic, and includes an interactive tasting experience. Appetizers and wine will be served as attendees mingle during the first 15 minutes, and the sessions close with light nibbles and conversation. Expect a fun and enlightening evening.

Venue:
Tasting Room
Phone:
503-544-1378
Address:
10404 SW Mt Adams Dr, Beaverton, OR 97007, USA Google Map
Start:
October 27, 2016 6:30 pm
End:
October 27, 2016 8:30 pm
Cost:
$40
Website:
http://www.fullertonwines.com/
Contact:
Matt Wieland
Phone:
503-544-1378
info@fullertonwines.com

Wineries Participating in this event

Navigate fermentation decisions from the use of resident yeast versus inoculating with commercial yeast, to controlling temperatures, to deciding how often and when to punch down the cap (skins sitting atop the fermenting juice). Learn by tasting our young 2016 wines, some still fermenting, as well as examples from past vintages.

The Fullerton Wine Course offers attendees an engaging and personal experience. Each class incorporates curated insights into the chosen topic, and includes an interactive tasting experience. Appetizers and wine will be served as attendees mingle during the first 15 minutes, and the sessions close with light nibbles and conversation. Expect a fun and enlightening evening.