There are few times more exciting to me than the transition to fall. Days start to get shorter—the sun at a lower, less assertive angle—and cooler nights necessitate sweaters and blankets.
Then there’s the food. Our short Colorado growing season won’t hang on for much longer—we’ll get to revisit comforting dishes that we haven’t had since last year. Which means, of course, that the wines we drink will change too. Rosés on the patio turn into reds by the fire. At this week’s wine class, we’ll talk about what makes a great fall wine and how to pair them with some of Chef Duncan’s favorite recipes for the season.
Join Beckon's sommelier Zach Byers for a Saturday afternoon featuring cool weather wine. This tasting is an hour-long experience at $85 per guest for groups of 2–6 people. Class will begin promptly at 1:30pm; an on-time arrival is appreciated. Each attendee will receive a stunning Sophienwald wineglass, notes from Zach's discussion, and selected recipes from Chef Duncan. We suggest dressing comfortably for outdoor seating and appropriately for whatever Colorado has in store that day.
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